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AGO 1955 No. 67 >  April 25, 1955
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL - STATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - SUPERINTENDENTS - POWERS - DISCHARGE OR REFUSAL TO ADMIT INMATES
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL ‑- STATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ‑- SUPERINTENDENTS ‑- POWERS ‑- DISCHARGE OR REFUSAL TO ADMIT INMATES Superintendent for state school for girls has no authority to discharge inmate for incorrigibility, but superintendent of state training school may do so upon concurrence of division of children and youth services, department of public institutions.  Superintendent of girls school cannot refuse to admit girl committed thereto, but may return her to committing court under RCW 72.20.070.  Superintendent of state training school cannot refuse to admit, but may return in compliance with RCW 72.16.080.  On return, committing court may modify or set aside order of commitment; if commitment was on conviction of crime, sentence may either be imposed or suspended.
AGO 1950 No. 412 >  December 29, 1950
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL - GIRLS - ALL SUBORDINATE OFFICERS BEING WOMEN
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL ‑- GIRLS ‑- ALL SUBORDINATE OFFICERS BEING WOMEN The term "subordinate officers" as found in the statute relates only to administrative positions.
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