2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 25 - INSTITUTIONS OF THE STATE
CHAPTER 3 - WYOMING BOYS' SCHOOL
25-3-103. Discipline to be reformatory; employment of residents; sale of products for public use or in open market; disposition of proceeds.
(a) The discipline in the Wyoming boys' school shall be reformatory. Residents of the school may be employed as a means of their support and reformation.
(b) All articles manufactured and produced, or all agricultural products grown by or through the labor of residents of the school not required for use of the school, may be furnished to:
(i) The state;
(ii) Any public institution owned, managed or controlled by the state;
(iii) The transportation commission for use on any roads or highways;
(iv) The county authorities of any county.
(c) The department of family services shall fix the prices of the articles and products which shall be paid upon requisition of the proper officials. The department may sell in the open market or any other manner any or all products grown or produced by residents within or without the boys' school that are not sold for public use.
(d) All monies received by the department from the sale of products manufactured, produced or grown by the residents of the boys' school shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the general fund.
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