Labeling of goods made in hobby and recreation programs
- • disposition of sale price
(1) The requirements imposed by this chapter on the labeling and sale of goods, wares and merchandise made by inmates in any Department of Corrections institution do not apply to any goods, wares or merchandise made as part of any hobby or recreation program at the institutions or made by an inmate on the inmate’s own time.
(2) The balance of any proceeds from the sale of any goods, wares or merchandise made by an inmate made as part of a hobby or recreation program or on the inmate’s own time, after deducting any amount that has been distributed to the inmate as spending money in accordance with rules made by the Director of the Department of Corrections, shall be paid to the inmate upon release. [1971 c.275 §2; 1987 c.320 §169]
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