TABLE OF CONTENTS


    The effective date of most of the legislation in this volume is July 1, 2005. See SDCL 2-14-16. Legislation with other effective dates will contain the effective date as one of its provisions.

SOUTH DAKOTA CONSTITUTION

1.    HJR 1001    Constitution amended to define marriage.

2.    HB 1264    Constitutional Revision Commission continued.

STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT

3.    SB 45        Governor's former residence may be donated for public purpose.

4.    SB 37        Mosquito prevention and control program continued.

5.    SB 225    Real property acquired for a correctional facility to be sold.

6.    HB 1205    Fry bread designated as official state bread.

7.    SB 25        Extraordinary litigation fund purposes revised.

8.    SB 44        Certain debts may be referred to a private vendor for collection.

9.    SB 209    Dental tuition reimbursement program participation increased.

10.    SB 77        Corrections to the code.

11.    SB 62        South Dakota Science and Technology Authority may invest funds with the Investment Council.

12.    SB 61        Eminent domain power may be used for limited purpose.

13.    HB 1260    South Dakota Electric Transmission Assistance Authority created.

14.    HB 1098    Conservation easement terms clarified.

15.    SB 112    Artwork to be displayed in state buildings, provisions revised.

16.    SB 10        Digital Dakota Network, references corrected.

17.    SB 159    President Pro Tempore may appoint certain members of the Interim Rules Review Committee.

18.    SB 69        Administrative rules, promulgation process revised.

19.    HB 1081    Permanent school records may be maintained in an electronic format.

20.    HB 1139    Revise definition of energy conservation measure.

21.    HB 1095    Drug testing for employees of resident care centers.

22.    HB 1032    Cancer reporting requirements revised.



LEGISLATURE AND STATUTES

23.    SB 76        2004 legislation codified.

PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

24.    HB 1017    South Dakota Retirement System, types of service necessary for benefits revised.

25.    HB 1015    Retirement system credited service for certain military active duty service, revised.

26.    HB 1016    Retirement benefit for retired and then rehired members, revised.

27.    HB 1014    Retirement system special pay plan revised.

28.    HB 1013    Special pay plan recodified.

29.    HB 1076    Indemnification of public officers and employees, the maximum amount increased.

PUBLIC FISCAL ADMINISTRATION

30.    HB 1088    The General Appropriations Act for FY 2006.

31.    HB 1056    Wildfire suppression appropriation.

32.    HB 1066    Bonding authority for law enforcement building, increased.

33.    HB 1055    Payment of settlement expenses to SDDS, Inc.

34.    HB 1057    Litigation extraordinary expenses appropriation.

35.    SB 34        Board of Regents appropriation for manure digestion system.

36.    HB 1054    General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2005 corrected.

37.    HB 1005    Indirect cost reimbursement, deposit and appropriation.

38.    HB 1004    Financial information concerning fund balances to be reported.

PUBLIC PROPERTY, PURCHASES AND CONTRACTS

39.    HB 1083    Developer installed sewer collection systems or streets exempt from bid requirements.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT GENERALLY

40.    SB 171    Public officials may not vote on issues that cause a conflict of interest.

41.    SB 105    Surplus property, consistent local procedures for disposal.

42.    HB 1084    Home rule charter special elections, when an election shall be called is changed.


COUNTIES

43.    HB 1265    County redistricting.

44.    HB 1239    Coroner's fees set by county commission.

45.    SB 86        Deputy coroner's compensation revised.

46.    SB 189    Association of County Commissioners appropriation for the coordination of 911 services.

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT

47.    HB 1154    Municipal annexation authority near regional airports limited.

48.    HB 1097    First class municipalities may use special elections to fill vacancies on the governing body.

49.    SB 96        Municipal alcoholic beverage licensee, food service allowed.

50.    SB 150    Municipal officials may provide services.

51.    HB 1152    Internal service fund established for municipal equipment purchases.

52.    HB 1074    Municipalities, certain terms for promissory notes revised.

53.    HB 1160    Cable television and franchise provisions revised.

54.    HB 1180    Business improvement districts and tax exemptions modified.

TAXATION

55.    HB 1214    Sales tax on food refund appropriation.

56.    SB 187    Elderly and disabled persons tax refund appropriation.

57.    SB 1        Agricultural land, capacity to produce criteria revised.

58.    SB 2        Agricultural property assessments, factors used to determine value revised.

59.    HB 1240    Notice of certain tax equalization decisions to be published.

60.    HB 1067    Property tax levies for school districts revised.

61.    HB 1234    Tribal and state tax compacts.

62.    HB 1002    Owner-occupied dwellings, requirements to determine classification revised.

63.    SB 180    No tax abatement when tax certificate is outstanding.

64.    SB 22        Department of Transportation to provide information regarding railroad property.

65.    SB 222    Telecommunications tax allocation and distribution of the funds.

66.    HB 1262    Property tax assessment exemption for energy transmission facilities.



67.    SB 47        Internal Revenue Code tax references updated.

68.    HB 1203    Tax imposed on financial institutions, distribution revised.

69.    HB 1043    Prepared food defined for sales and use tax purposes.

70.    HB 1128    Revise the definition of agricultural purposes as it relates to sales tax.

71.    SB 207    Revise certain provisions related to mobile and manufactured homes.

72.    HB 1040    Sales and use tax exemptions repealed.

73.    HB 1153    Exempt certain items used in pesticide application from sales tax.

74.    HB 1037    Bad debt redefined and deducted for taxation purposes.

75.    SB 155    Sales and use tax exemption for certain political subdivisions.

76.    HB 1181    Amateur sports officials exempt from sales tax.

77.    SB 223    Tax returns to be filed.

78.    HB 1261    Sales and contractor's excise tax refund for power generation facilities.

79.    SB 214    Contractor's excise tax refund for new biodiesel plant and soybean processing plants.

80.    HB 1122    Contractor's excise tax, sales and use tax refunds.

81.    HB 1033    Tax liability of sellers who agree to collect tax under the Streamlined Sales Tax Agreement.

82.    SB 107    The sale and shipment of cigarettes regulated.

83.    SB 24        Nonparticipating tobacco manufacturers consent to be sued in state courts.

84.    SB 26        Tobacco distributors and wholesalers, civil penalties for not complying with cigarette regulations.

85.    HB 1044    Sales and use tax refund procedures revised.

86.    HB 1142    Material fabricators sales and use tax refund.

ELECTIONS

87.    SB 134    Dates for holding certain elections and filing nominating petitions revised.

88.    HB 1086    Voter registration by private entity regulated.

89.    HB 1007    Voter registration, requirements revised.

90.    HB 1087    Private entity voter registration regulated.

91.    HB 1085    Registering and assisting voters, method of payment regulated.

92.    SB 8        Electronic voting, voter tabulation systems regulated.



93.    HB 1008    Absentee voting, procedure revised.

EDUCATION

94.    SB 157    State aid to education mandated study.

95.    SB 66        School district obligation to reorganize may be submitted to voters if no agreement reached on plan.

96.    HB 1220    Appropriation to enhance education.

97.    SB 224    Appropriation in HB 1220 repealed.
97.    SB 224    Appropriation in HB 1220 repealed.

98.    SB 125    School district general fund balance to not include certain transfers.

99.    SB 106    Use of bond redemption funds revised.

100.    SB 72        Legal costs are an allowable expense for special education fund.

101.    SB 39        Tuberculosis, requirement to be screened is repealed.

102.    HB 1149    Cross-border education contracts with North Dakota schools.

103.    HB 1063    Education for gifted children, rule-making authority repealed.

104.    HB 1170    Distance education course providers to be certified.

105.    HB 1093    Nonpublic school students may participate in interscholastic activities at other nonpublic schools.

106.    HB 1064    Certificate of health for persons with continuing contracts in a consolidated school district, requirement changed.

107.    HB 1169    Terminating a teacher's contract, procedure revised.

108.    SB 116    Richard Hagen-Minerva Harvey memorial scholarship revised provisions.

109.    HB 1024    Lee Medicine and Science Hall appropriation for increased costs.

110.    HB 1025    Building authorization for the Board of Regents.

111.    HB 1053    School district consolidation incentive appropriation.

112.    SB 188    General Appropriations Act for education enhancement for fiscal year 2005 revised.

113.    SB 35        Board of Regents appropriation for Cottonwood Research Station.

114.    SB 36        Board of Regents may accept a gift of land from the South Dakota State University Foundation.

115.    HB 1082    Post secondary technical institutes appropriation.

CIVIL PROCEDURE

116.    SB 146    Professional corporations and practitioners, time limited for bringing actions.



EVIDENCE

117.    HB 1148    Health care provider statements may not be used in malpractice actions.

PERSONAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS

118.    HB 1245    Automated external defibrillators, use revised DSU.

JUDICIAL REMEDIES

119.    HB 1104    Medical malpractice damages limited for podiatrists.

CRIMES

120.    SB 43        Criminal code revised.

121.    HB 1157    Civil recovery for unpaid motor fuel.

LAW ENFORCEMENT

122.    HB 1189    Federal firearms licensee requirements clarified.

123.    HB 1190    Nonresident concealed pistol permit reciprocity.

124.    HB 1209    Firearm record confidentiality.

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

125.    SB 23        Federal law enforcement officer, definition to include postal and protective services.

126.    HB 1072    Grand jury transcript may be ordered by a magistrate judge.

127.    HB 1071    A judge may extend clemency or reduce a sentence, time to act increased.

128.    HB 1070    Court services officers may arrest probation violators.

129.    SB 84        Victim definition revised for the purpose of making impact statements to court.

PENAL INSTITUTIONS, PROBATION AND PAROLE

130.    HB 1052    Correctional facilities, appropriation for design and construction.

131.    SB 59        Inmates, involuntary feeding or hydration procedure established.

132.    HB 1020    Clemency hearings before the Board of Pardons and Parole, procedure revised.

DOMESTIC RELATIONS

133.    SB 12        Parental rights termination, parent may appear at hearing telephonically.

134.    SB 60        Child support, methods to determine revised.

135.    HB 1263    Revise definition of domestic abuse.

136.    HB 1080    Petitioner notified when an ex parte protection order is served.



MINORS

137.    HB 1193    Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.

138.    SB 57        Residential treatment center established as a child welfare agency.

139.    HB 1226    Child custody proceedings to comply with Indian Child Welfare Act.

140.    SB 55        Abused or neglected children, provide a preference for placement with a relative.

141.    HB 1258    Abused or neglected child, definition revised.

142.    SB 54        Abused or neglected child, expedited hearing procedure clarified.

143.    SB 178    Interdisciplinary child information teams.

MENTALLY ILL PERSONS

144.    HB 1132    County board of mental illness composition.

145.    HB 1133    Commitment for mental illness, additional persons may serve commitment papers.

PUBLIC WELFARE AND ASSISTANCE

146.    HB 1011    Welfare fraud investigations and recoveries, program established.

147.    SB 100    Sales tax on food refund program rule-making authority clarified.

148.    HB 1012    Food stamp benefits, unauthorized acquisition and transfer penalties established.

HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES

149.    SB 103    Public transportation may be funded from the state highway fund.

150.    HB 1021    State trunk highway system revised.

151.    HB 1022    Winter Safe Highway Maintenance fund repealed.

152.    SB 7        Road district election notice requirements revised.

MOTOR VEHICLES

153.    HB 1041    Electronic title file system to be used.

154.    SB 119    Abandoned vehicles possessory lien.

155.    HB 1202    Salvage titles provided.

156.    HB 1078    Motorcycle safety education fee revised.

157.    HB 1119    Sales of out-of-state motor vehicles and excise tax requirements revised.

158.    SB 175    Motor vehicle license plate regulation revised.


159.    HB 1111    Motor vehicle sales, records and lien provisions modified.

160.    HB 1034    Motor vehicle dealer investigation by Department of Revenue and Regulation, procedure revised.

161.    HB 1179    Motor vehicle manufacturers, franchisors and dealers, provisions revised.

162.    HB 1060    Motor vehicle dealers subject to increased regulatory authority of the Department of Revenue and Regulation.

163.    HB 1171    Snowmobiles may be sold on consignment.

164.    HB 1243    Foreign country identification and documentation to be copied when applying for a drivers license.

165.    HB 1242    Drivers licenses and identification cards regulated.

166.    SB 129    Social security number may not be used for certain identification cards.

167.    HB 1061    Commercial motor vehicle drivers, regulatory authority of the Department of Public Safety revised.

168.    HB 1023    Motor vehicle window film or glaze, label requirement repealed.

169.    SB 92        Recreational vehicle dimensions regulated.

170.    SB 208    Highway speed limits to be set by Transportation Commission.

171.    SB 63        Pedestrian control signals, standards revised.

172.    SB 74        Snowmobile drivers, operation restricted.

173.    SB 98        Driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, fifth offense penalty set.

174.    HB 1042    Abandoned motor vehicles regulated.

MILITARY AFFAIRS

175.    HB 1259    Veteran's bonus program eligibility revised.

176.    HB 1163    Honorary high school diplomas may be awarded to Vietnam veterans.

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY

177.    HB 1233    Task force to study abortion created.

178.    SB 221    Products containing pseudoephedrine or ephedrine sales restricted.

179.    HB 1030    Critical access hospital, rural area defined.

180.    SB 38        Nursing facility bed moratorium continued.

181.    SB 56        Nursing facilities, preadmission assessment for admission repealed.

182.    SB 169    Hospitals required to provide information about diagnostic-related group charges to the public.



183.    HB 1162    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation directives revised.

184.    SB 40        Specialty resorts, minimum fire safety standards set.

185.    HB 1196    First responder vaccination program.

186.    HB 1166    Abortion regulation revised.

187.    HB 1249    Abortions restricted.

188.    HB 1266    State authority to prohibit abortions, when the authority may be implemented.

189.    SB 193    Abortion restricted for unemancipated minors and incompetent females.

190.    SB 41        Vital record access regulated.

191.    HB 1031    Delayed marriage record established.

192.    SB 73        Rural fire protection districts may contract with other nonprofit corporations.

193.    HB 1155    Liquefied petroleum gas equipment and appliances defined as a product for determining product liability.

194.    SB 9        Integrated telecommunications functions and facilities, obsolete provision repealed.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

195.    HB 1252    The state prairie dog management plan, approved.

196.    SB 143    Uniform Environmental Covenants Act.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

197.    HB 1038    Alcoholic beverage licensee training program responsibility revised.

198.    HB 1194    Alcoholic beverage licensees, notice required before civil penalty for subsequent violations may be imposed.

PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS

199.    HB 1212    Professional and occupational boards reformed.

200.    SB 89        Dental hygienists evaluation period increased.

201.    SB 68        Estheticians licensing revised.

202.    SB 217    South Dakota Business Corporation Act cross references corrected.

203.    SB 82        Real estate brokers may appoint agents within office to represent separate parties.

204.    HB 1172    Athletic trainers licensing revised.

205.    SB 179    Revise certain provisions related to the practice of occupational therapy.


206.    HB 1089    Massage therapists regulated.

TRADE REGULATION

207.    SB 32        Department of Public Safety references corrected.

208.    HB 1201    Ethanol labeling requirements.

209.    SB 33        Specifications and tolerances for weighing and measuring devices, federal references updated.

AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE

210.    SB 135    Promotional fee on wheat increased.

211.    SB 152    Secretary of Agriculture may regulate seed.

212.    SB 216    Prairie dogs considered pests under certain conditions.

213.    HB 1199    Specify when orders for weed and pest control terminate.

214.    SB 114    Pulse crop checkoff established.

215.    HB 1150    An Act to appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.

216.    HB 1018    Coordinated Soil and Water Conservation Fund appropriation.

217.    HB 1058    State Fair appropriation.

FOOD AND DRUGS

218.    SB 220    South Dakota Certified Beef Program established.

ANIMALS AND LIVESTOCK

219.    SB 117    Animal identification program established.

220.    SB 164    Livestock contract reporting, certain provisions repealed.

GAME, FISH, PARKS, AND FORESTRY

221.    HB 1051    Fish hatchery and facility infrastructure to be constructed and modernized.

222.    HB 1050    Wholesale resident bait dealer license required of certain persons.

223.    HB 1244    National Guard and reserve members may receive resident hunting and fishing licenses.

224.    SB 191    Game, Fish and Parks may not require the use of electronic or telephonic methods to issue licenses.

225.    HB 1197    Artificial lights to hunt or locate wild animals restricted.

226.    HB 1049    Shooting preserves permit process modified.


227.    HB 1048    A nonresident violator of game, fish and parks laws may be required to post bond.

228.    SB 42        Park license required for additional areas.

RECREATION AND SPORTS

229.    SB 95        Betting on horse and dog racing revised.

PROPERTY

230.    SB 83        Real estate disclosure statement revised.

231.    HB 1178    Recorded plats errors or omissions, procedure to correct.

232.    SB 183    Certain lands may be conveyed under special circumstances.

233.    HB 1198    Records of weed and pest control board may recorded when related to real property.

234.    SB 97        Homestead, maximum value set.

235.    HB 1168    Homestead exemption increased for debtors in bankruptcy.

LIENS

236.    HB 1010    Federal tax lien registration, filing requirements revised.

MINING, OIL, AND GAS

237.    HB 1079    Mining statutes, certain executed and superceded laws repealed.

WATER MANAGEMENT

238.    HB 1215    Appropriations from various water and environment funds.

CORPORATIONS

239.    SB 70        South Dakota Business Corporation Act.

240.    SB 144    Personal liability limited for persons in certain corporations.

241.    HB 1009    Limited liability company, filing requirements revised.

PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS

242.    SB 31        Motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials, federal references updated.

243.    SB 20        Wireless telecommunications subscriber, use of telephone number restricted.

244.    SB 19        Public Utilities Commission required to act on certificate of authority for interchange telecommunications service.


245.    SB 121    Public Utilities Commission to approve the sale or transfer of telecommunications property and telecommunications companies to report consolidations.

246.    HB 1158    Appropriate funds to provide cochlear implants to certain children.

247.    SB 21        Pipeline safety inspection program, references to federal law updated.

248.    SB 18        Public Utilities Commission, disbursement of certain funds to customers required.

249.    SB 78        Electric cooperatives, taxes paid to municipalities revised.

250.    SB 17        Wind energy facilities, Public Utilities Commission siting authority revised.

BANKS AND BANKING

251.    SB 48        The director of the Division of Banking may enter into interstate agreements.

252.    SB 124    Bank investments in annuities regulated.

253.    HB 1035    Remote service banking regulated.

CONTRACTS

254.    HB 1101    Contracts in restraint of trade, exception for insurance agents.

DEBTOR AND CREDITOR

255.    HB 1118    Interest rate on a bill, statement, or invoice regulated.

256.    HB 1090    Debt cancellation and debt suspension contract fees may be included in consumer installment sales contracts.

257.    SB 154    Lending license fees, surety bond requirements, and bank franchise taxes not required for certain entities.

258.    HB 1248    Money lenders regulated.

259.    SB 109    Credit card agreement modifications regulated.

FIDUCIARIES AND TRUSTS

260.    SB 94        Trust provisions revised.

261.    SB 93        Qualified dispositions in trust authorized.

INSURANCE

262.    HB 1046    Insurance examination reports procedure revised.

263.    SB 58        Insurers to cooperate with the Department of Social Services to coordinate medical benefits.

264.    SB 30        Health insurance, prior creditable coverage revised.


265.    HB 1045    Health insurance dependent coverage continuation modified.

266.    SB 29        South Dakota Risk Pool, certain provider contracts permitted.

267.    SB 51        Medicare supplement policies modified.

268.    SB 139    Long term care insurance mandated benefit.

269.    SB 53        Health care provider networks, adequate access provided.

270.    SB 50        Group health coverage, references to conversion rights removed from the continuation requirements.

271.    HB 1047    Small employer premium discounts authorized.

272.    SB 163    Multiple employer trusts authorized.

273.    HB 1115    Supplemental coverages offered with automobile liability policies.

274.    HB 1188    Insurer liquidation proceedings, amount payable under reinsurance contracts revised.

275.    SB 49        Insurance producer may not pay a referral fee.

276.    HB 1039    Insurance producers may not influence a witness.

277.    HB 1094    Farm mutual insurance companies, division allowed.

278.    SB 52        Burial expenses, payment by life insurers and fraternal benefit societies revised.

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

279.    SB 14        Unemployment insurance benefits modified.

280.    HB 1228    Unemployment insurance revisions.

281.    SB 13        Unemployment experience rating account, transfer of the account regulated.

282.    HB 1126    Unemployment insurance compensation fund for political subdivisions, restriction modified.

283.    SB 85        Employer experience rating accounts not charged under certain circumstances.

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

284.    HB 1019    Nonprofit corporate rural firefighters eligible for state workers compensation when working for the Department of Agriculture.

285.    SB 16        Workers compensation procedure revised to comply with the statute of limitation.

SUPREME COURT RULES AND ORDERS

286.    02-05        In the Matter of the Amendment of Canon 3B(7)(d).

287.    05-01        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-4(d).



288.    05-02        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-4(e).

289.    05-03        In the Matter of the Amendment of 15-6-5(g).

290.    05-04        In the Matter of the Amendment of 15-6-30(b).

291.    05-05        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL Ch. 15-15A.

292.    05-06        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-26A-14.

293.    05-07        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-26A-15.

294.    05-08        In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-39-76.1.

295.    05-09        In the Matter of the Repeal of SDCL 16-2-27.2.

296.    05-10        In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be Designated at SDCL 26-8A- 33.

TOPICAL INDEX

BILL NUMBER TO CHAPTER NUMBER CROSS-REFERENCE TABLE

ENACTED, AMENDED, AND REPEALED SECTIONS TABLE