2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 33 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER 16 - EMBALMERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, UNDERTAKERS AND CREMATORIES
33-16-314. Duty to ascertain cause of death; embalmer to prepare body for transportation or removal if death due to communicable, contagious or infectious disease.
It shall be the duty of every funeral director and undertaker, when called to take charge of a dead body, to first ascertain the cause of death; and if death has occurred from any communicable, contagious or infectious disease, said funeral director or undertaker shall not remove or transport said body until after said body has been prepared for transportation or removal by a licensed embalmer of this state.
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