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TITLE 66
STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS
CHAPTER 3
HOSPITALIZATION OF MENTALLY ILL
 66-352. Money found on mentally ill persons -- Disposition. Any moneys, or other things of value, found on the person of a mentally ill person at the time of proceedings for involuntary commitment must be certified to by the judge and sent with such person to the facility, there to be delivered to the director of the facility who shall hold said money in trust as provided in chapter 5 of title 66, Idaho Code. All money received by or for a patient, voluntarily or involuntarily committed, while at the facility shall be placed in trust as provided in said chapter 5.

History:
[66-352, added 1951, ch. 290, sec. 36, p. 622, am. 1967, ch. 357, sec. 1, p. 1004; am. 1973, ch. 173, sec. 28, p. 363.]

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