2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 33 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER 16 - EMBALMERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, UNDERTAKERS AND CREMATORIES
33-16-407. Records of crematories.


WY Stat § 33-16-407 (through 2012) What's This?

Upon the receipt of a human body for cremation, the crematory shall deliver to the funeral director or his agent who delivers the body to the crematory, a receipt therefor, showing the date of delivery, name of the funeral director from whom the body is received and the name of the deceased. Each crematory shall maintain a record of each cremation of human remains disclosing the name of the person cremated, the name of the person authorizing the cremation, the date the body was received, the date the cremation was performed and such other information as the state board of embalming may require. The record of each cremation shall be signed by the owner or operator of the crematorium and by the funeral director, mortician, embalmer or other person having charge of the preparation of the human remains for cremation. The record shall be kept at the crematory for inspection by the state board of embalming which may also require copies thereof to be filed with it containing such information as may be necessary for the use of the board.

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