The Highway Commission may delegate to the Director of Highways those powers and duties which are ministerial, or those upon which the policies have, by reason of rules and regulations of the Commission, become so crystallized that the exercise of the powers has become ministerial. But the Commission may not delegate those functions, such as the establishment of policies, which are in their nature quasi-judicial.
AGO 1953 NO. 43 > May 15 1953
HIGHWAY COMMISSION ‑- POWERS & DUTIES ‑- DELEGATION TO DIRECTOR OF HIGHWAYS ‑- MINISTERIAL & QUASI-JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS ‑- PUBLIC OFFICERS.