§26-3-4. Transfer of inmates from the industrial school for boys.
The state commissioner of public institutions shall also
have the power and authority to transfer, from time to time, any
number of inmates of the industrial school for boys at
Pruntytown, to the Andrew S. Rowan Memorial Home, if, in the
opinion of the commissioner, the maintenance of boys at this
institution will promote their rehabilitation. The commissioner
of public institutions shall prescribe rules and regulations
pertaining to transfers of this nature. The commissioner shall
also have the authority to return such boys to the industrial
school for boys as he sees fit.