2018 Code of Alabama
Title 14 - CRIMINAL CORRECTIONAL AND DETENTION FACILITIES.
Chapter 7 - PRISON-MADE GOODS.
Section 14-7-20 - Disposition of proceeds from sale, etc., of articles or products; transfer to State General Fund of excess funds in Industrial Revolving Fund.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 14-7-20 (2018)
Section 14-7-20Disposition of proceeds from sale, etc., of articles or products; transfer to State General Fund of excess funds in Industrial Revolving Fund.

All moneys collected by the Board of Corrections from the sale or disposition of articles and products manufactured or produced by prison labor in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, shall be forthwith deposited with the State Treasurer to be kept and maintained in the Industrial Revolving Fund authorized by this chapter, and such moneys so collected and deposited shall be used solely for the purchase of raw materials, manufacturing supplies, equipment, machinery and buildings used to carry out the purposes of this chapter, and to otherwise defray the necessary expenses incident thereto, including the employment of such necessary supervisory personnel as is unavailable in the prison inmate population, all of which shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Corrections; provided, however, that the Industrial Revolving Fund shall never be maintained in excess of the amount necessary to carry out efficiently and properly the intentions of this chapter. When, in the opinion of the Governor and the Legislature the Industrial Revolving Fund has reached a sum in excess of the requirements of this chapter, such excess shall be transferred by the Board of Corrections to the State General Fund.

(Acts 1976, No. 286, p. 319, §14.)
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