2012 Wyoming Statutes
33-16-302. Fixed establishment and license required; only 1 business to be operated in establishment.

WY Stat § 33-16-302 (through 2012) What's This?

The business of a funeral director shall be conducted in a specific place. No person shall engage in the business of a funeral director, unless first licensed so to do by the Wyoming state board of embalming. Not more than one (1) person engaged in business as a funeral director shall transact business in one (1) specific funeral establishment. Any person licensed to bury dead human bodies in any other state, or accredited by another state association as recognized by the Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards of the United States, Inc., may bury and conduct services in Wyoming for any person who died outside the state of Wyoming after obtaining an annual nonresident license from the Wyoming state board of embalming. The board shall promulgate rules under which nonresident licensees shall operate which shall be designed to protect the public and at a minimum shall require compliance with W.S. 33-16-310(a)(ii)(J), (M), (O) and (Q) and 33-16-315. A nonresident licensee who violates any applicable rules promulgated by the board is guilty of a misdemeanor for each violation, punishable as provided in W.S. 33-16-317 for noncompliance with W.S. 33-16-301 through 33-16-317.

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