To act as sheriff under certain conditions.
Inquests—Jury—Venue—Payment of costs.
Penalty for nonattendance of juror.
Duty of coroner's jury—Oath.
Power to summon witnesses—Subpoenas.
Power to employ physician or surgeon—Compensation.
Verdict of jury.
Testimony reduced to writing in certain cases and witnesses recognized.
Procedure where accused is under arrest.
Procedure where accused is at large—Delivery of findings to the prosecuting attorney.
Form of warrant.
Property of deceased.
Duty of treasurer.
Delivery to representatives.
Undisposed of remains—Entrusting to funeral homes or mortuaries.
District judge may act as coroner.
Coroner not to practice law.
Coroner not to be owner or employee of funeral home or mortuary—Counties with populations of forty thousand or more.
Audit of coroner's account.
Medical examiner—When authorized—Election—Qualifications for appointment.