OFFICES AND OFFICERS - EMPLOYEES - STATE - INSTITUTIONS - SALARIES - USE OF STATE‑OWNED OR LEASED AUTOMOBILES
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- EMPLOYEES ‑- STATE ‑- INSTITUTIONS ‑- SALARIES ‑- USE OF STATE‑OWNED OR LEASED AUTOMOBILES (1) The governing body of a state institution may not, in the exercise of its statutory authority to employ and fix the salaries and duties of the various administrative officers and employees of that institution, provide those officers and employees with the unrestricted use of an automobile owned or leased by the institution for that purpose. (2) Where the statutory authority of a state institution is to "employ," or "employ and compensate" its necessary officials or employees, that institution may, in the exercise of this authority, contract to provide the unrestricted use of an automobile leased by the institution for that purpose, but it may not so contract in the case of a state‑owned automobile in view of WAC 82-28-200 which provides that state cars shall be used only for official business.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - INSTITUTIONS - TEMPORARY DETENTION OF COUNTY JAIL PRISONERS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - INSTITUTIONS - TEMPORARY DETENTION OF COUNTY JAIL PRISONERS The department of institutions presently has no authority, under the provisions of chapter 239, Laws of 1967 (chapter 39.34 RCW), or any other statute, to enter into a contract with a county for the temporary detention of county jail prisoners in any existing state correctional institution for convicted felons.
INSTITUTIONS - UNCLAIMED MONEY OF DISCHARGED PATIENTS
INSTITUTIONS ‑- UNCLAIMED MONEY OF DISCHARGED PATIENTS The superintendent of any state mental institution shall, pursuant to Rem. Supp. 1947, section 8435, pay over to the State Treasurer any unclaimed money in his possession to which his office has no claim.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES - INSTITUTIONS - PRISONS - AUTHORITY TO CONVERT CEDAR CREEK YOUTH CAMP TO ADULT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ‑- INSTITUTIONS ‑- PRISONS ‑- AUTHORITY TO CONVERT CEDAR CREEK YOUTH CAMP TO ADULT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY The Department of Social and Health Services is authorized by the provisions of RCW 43.20A.220, RCW 72.01.050 and RCW 72.64.050, to convert the Cedar Creek Youth Camp from a juvenile facility into a minimum security honor camp for adults.