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CHAPTER 1-19

HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS

1-19-1      Acceptance of Verendrye plate site.
1-19-2      Repealed.
1-19-2.1      Verendrye Memorial Commission abolished--Performance of functions.
1-19-2.2      Maintenance and improvement of Verendrye plate site.
1-19-3, 1-19-4. Repealed.
1-19-5      Old Fort Pierre Chouteau site.
1-19-6      Acceptance of Oahe Chapel.
1-19-7      Acceptance of Savo monument site.
1-19-8      Board to hold sites and monuments for people of state.


     1-19-1.   Acceptance of Verendrye plate site. The State of South Dakota acting by and through its Legislature hereby accepts the grant and gift to the State of South Dakota of lots twenty and twenty-one, block twenty-six, city of Fort Pierre, which is the site where the Verendrye plate was found and which site the city of Fort Pierre has tendered as a gift to the state.
     Such site is accepted for the benefit and use of the State Historical Society in trust for the people of the state.

Source: SDC 1939, § 29.0501.


     1-19-2.   Repealed by SL 1974, ch 9, § 15.


     1-19-2.1.   Verendrye Memorial Commission abolished--Performance of functions. The Verendrye Memorial Commission is abolished, and all its functions shall be administered by the State Historical Society of the Department of Education.

Source: SL 1973, ch 2, § 254 (b); SL 2003, ch 272 (Ex. Ord. 03-1), § 80; SL 2011, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 11-1), § 91, eff. Apr. 12, 2011; SL 2015, ch 277 (Ex. Ord. 15-1), §§ 19, 21, eff. Apr. 20, 2015.


     1-19-2.2.   Maintenance and improvement of Verendrye plate site. The State Historical Society Board of Trustees is responsible for maintaining and improving the memorial established pursuant to this chapter to commemorate the visit of the Verendrye brothers to central South Dakota and the planting of the Verendrye plate at Fort Pierre in March 1743.

Source: SL 1974, ch 9, § 14; SL 2009, ch 1, § 52.


     1-19-3, 1-19-4.   Repealed by SL 1974, ch 9, § 15.


     1-19-5.   Old Fort Pierre Chouteau site. The Old Fort Pierre Chouteau Trading Post site in Stanley County, South Dakota, heretofore accepted by the State of South Dakota, and the monument thereon, embracing and marking the limits of the site of Old Fort Pierre Chouteau Fur Trading Post, shall be held under supervision of the State Historical Society of South Dakota for the benefit and use of the people of the state.

Source: SDC 1939, § 29.0502.


     1-19-6.   Acceptance of Oahe Chapel. The State of South Dakota acting by and through its Legislature hereby accepts as a gift from the family of T. L. Riggs the Oahe Chapel, an historic building displaced in the construction of the Oahe Reservoir and placed without cost to the State of South Dakota on a site selected by the United States engineers close to the access road and observation point at the east end of the Oahe Dam and which site will be leased to the State of South Dakota and its State Historical Society for fifty years. This property so described and so situated is hereby accepted for the use of the State Historical Society.

Source: SL 1957, ch 307; SDC Supp 1960, § 29.0503; SL 1965, ch 145; SL 2015, ch 277 (Ex. Ord. 15-1), § 19, eff. Apr. 20, 2015.


     1-19-7.   Acceptance of Savo monument site. The State Historical Society, as trustee for the state, may accept title to an acre or smaller quantity of land on which the Savo monument stands in the northwest corner of section twenty-seven, township one hundred twenty-eight, range sixty-three, in Savo township, Brown County, South Dakota and assume custody of such tract and monument.

Source: SL 1959, ch 168; SDC Supp 1960, § 29.0504; SL 2009, ch 1, § 53.


     1-19-8.   Board to hold sites and monuments for people of state. The South Dakota State Historical Society shall supervise the sites and monuments described in this chapter, which are accepted for the use of the South Dakota State Historical Society or held under the supervision of, or in trust by, the South Dakota State Historical Society for the benefit and use of the people of the state and any other sites and monuments as the South Dakota State Historical Society may determine.

Source: SL 1974, ch 10, § 16; SL 2009, ch 1, § 54.


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