||Enforcement of sentences.
||County convicts; duty of board of supervisors.
||County convicts; board of supervisors may lease or buy suitable
||Boards of supervisors of contiguous counties may own farm
jointly; working prisoners in another county.
||Convicts may be worked on public roads or other county public
||Convicts physically unable shall not be required to work.
||By contract county may work under guard certain prisoners
before indictment and conviction.
||Deductions from sentence for efficient work.
||When convict not credited with wages.
||Leasing or hiring convicts unlawful.
||Sheriff to keep a jail docket; what to contain.
||The sexes to be kept separate.
||Officers to have access to convicts.
||Complaint of convicts investigated.
||Grand jury to examine records and treatment of prisoners.
||Each convict to have evidence of term of sentence and amount
||County farms operating at loss, disposition of.
||Board of supervisors may hire additional labor to work on
||Municipal prison and prisoners; municipality to pay expenses of jail officer education courses.
||Working of municipal prisoners.
||Keeping of county offenders in municipal jails pending trial.
||Board of supervisors may agree with municipalities of the
county on terms of working municipal convicts.
||Credit allowed for labor of convicts; treatment.
||Control over jails owned jointly by municipalities and counties.
||Jointly owned jails; jail supplies.
||Jointly owned jails; guards.
||Furnishing of medical aid to prisoners; nurse screening
for county prisoner for non-emergency medical complaints.
||Hospitalization of prisoners; expenses.
||Penalty for failure to discharge convict.
||Residency of prisoner as affected by incarceration in facility
of Department of Corrections.