National Guard and reserve members may receive
resident hunting and fishing licenses.
be amended to read as follows:
No person may make application for, purchase, or attempt to purchase a resident
41-6-12 to 41-6-45.1, inclusive, unless the applicant has been a resident of this
state for at least ninety days
making of the application and claims no resident
privileges in any other state.
making application for, purchasing, or attempting to
purchase a resident hunting or fishing license in the state, the applicant shall transfer to this state
driver's license and motor vehicle registration for motor vehicles used in this
state. However, any person in the active military of the United States or that person's spouse who
has been continuously stationed in this state
any person who is a patient in any war veterans'
hospital within this state
any person who is an employee of the veterans' administration or any
any person residing on restricted military reservations in this state
person attending regularly a post-high school institution as a full-time student for thirty days or
more immediately preceding
any foreign exchange student over sixteen years
of age attending a public or private high school
who has resided in the state for thirty days or
any foreign exchange student who is between the ages of
twelve years and sixteen years who has completed the Department of Game, Fish and Parks' course
of instruction in the safe handling of firearms and has been issued a certificate of competency upon
completion of instruction and who has resided in the state for thirty days or more preceding his
or any person who is a minor dependent of a resident of this state, is a resident of the
state for the purpose of this title.
Any person who does not reside in South Dakota but who is a
member of the South Dakota National Guard or of any other unit of a reserve component of the
armed forces of the United States that is located in South Dakota is a resident of the state for the
purpose of acquiring resident small game and fishing licenses.
A violation of this section is a Class