Coroner's jurisdiction over remains.
Immunity for determining cause and manner of death—Judicial review of determination.
Notice to coroner—Penalty.
Transportation of remains directed by coroner or medical examiner—Costs.
Unlawful to refuse burial to non-Caucasian.
Deceased's effects to be listed.
Removal or concealment of body—Penalty.
Bodies for instruction purposes.
Certificate and bond before receiving bodies.
Dissection, when permitted—Autopsy of person under the age of three years.
Autopsy, postmortem—Who may authorize.
Court petition for autopsy—Cost.
Autopsies in industrial deaths.
Cost of autopsy.
Autopsies, postmortems—Reports and records confidential—Exceptions.
State toxicological laboratory established—State toxicologist.
Autopsies, postmortems—Consent to embalm or cremate body—Time limitation.
Burial or cremating.
Coroner and medical examiner liability—Release of information.
Holding body for debt—Penalty.
Unlawful disposal of remains.
Unlawful disturbance, removal, or sale of human remains—Penalty.
Right to control disposition of remains—Liability of funeral establishment or cemetery authority—Liability for cost.
Effect of authorization.
Permission to remove human remains.
Notice for order to remove remains.
Human remains that have not been disposed—Rules.
Remains—Entrusting to funeral homes or mortuaries.
Record of human remains to be kept.
Possession of cremated human remains.
Corneal tissue for transplantation—Presumption of good faith.
Release of information concerning a death.
Dental identification system established—Powers and duties.
Procedures for investigating missing persons—Availability of files.
Identification of body or human remains by dental examination—Comparison of dental examination records with dental records of dental identification system.
Skeletal human remains—Duty to notify—Ground disturbing activities—Coroner determination—Definitions.
Effective date—1987 c 331.
Application—1993 c 228.
Application—Construction—1993 c 228.
Severability—1993 c 228.
Short title—1993 c 228.