2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 143 of 1945


TRANSFER OF CORONER'S DUTIES TO HEALTH OFFICER

Act 143 of 1945

AN ACT to provide that county health officers in certain counties assume and perform the duties of coroners; to provide for such assistants and deputies as the board of supervisors deem necessary; to authorize the fixing of salaries for such health officers, assistants and deputies, the furnishing of office and morgue facilities and the maintenance thereof.


History: 1945, Act 143, Eff. Sept. 6, 1945 ;--Am. 1960, Act 95, Eff. Aug. 17, 1960




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 52.141Coroner; abolition of office in certain counties; transfer of duties to county health officer; provisions governing.
Section 52.142County health officer; compensation; deputies, appointment, powers, compensation.
Section 52.143Morgue facilities.
Section 52.144County health officer and deputies; payment of compensation.
Section 52.145No election of coroners where act effective.
Section 52.146County health officer; powers.

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