SEC. 47-7-25. Gratuities to paroled offender.
When an offender is placed on parole he shall receive, if needed, from the state, civilian clothing and transportation to the place in which he is to reside. At the discretion of the board the offender may be advanced such sum for his temporary maintenance as the board may allow. The aforesaid gratuities are to be furnished by the commissioner of corrections who is authorized to charge the actual cost of same in his account as commissioner of corrections.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 4004-11; Laws, 1944, ch. 334, Sec. 13; 1950, ch. 524, Sec. 12; 1976, ch. 440, Sec. 85; reenacted, 1981, ch. 465, Sec. 102; reenacted, 1984, ch. 471, Sec. 112; reenacted, 1986, ch. 413, Sec. 112, eff from and after passage (approved March 28, 1986).