36-19 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS
FUNERAL DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS
Definition of terms.
State Board of Funeral Service--Terms and qualifications of members--Vacancies.
Districts represented by board members.
Oath of office of appointive members.
Removal of appointive members from board--Filling of vacancies.
Meetings of board--Quorum.
Board continued within Department of Health--Records and reports.
Compensation and expenses of board members, secretary and employees.
Officers of board--Scope of rules--Bond required of treasurer.
Seal of board.
Fees paid to treasurer--Use of fees.
General duties of board with respect to licenses.
Qualifications of inspector employed by board.
License required to embalm, practice funeral service or maintain establishment.
36-19-15, 36-19-16. Omitted.
License issued to previously licensed funeral director.
Licenses issued to funeral service trainees.
Application for license to practice funeral service--Examination.
Age, character and education requirements for funeral service license--Scope of
Time and place of examination--Minimum grade--Preservation of papers.
National board certificate accepted in lieu of examination.
Licensing of licensee from another state.
Fees for issuance and renewal of funeral service license.
Validation of receipt of prior initial license fees--vested rights.
Application for funeral establishment license--Fee--Licensee in charge.
Sanitation, ventilation, and equipment required for funeral establishment.
Funeral establishment managed by licensed individual.
Annual inspection of funeral establishment.
Change of location or transfer of funeral establishment.
License to legal representative of deceased funeral establishment manager.
Association membership not required for license.
Signature and seal of licenses.
Licenses not transferable--Display in place of business.
Expiration and annual renewal of licenses--Fee.
Grounds for refusal, suspension or revocation of license.
Appeal from revocation, suspension or refusal of license.
Violation of chapter as misdemeanor.
Injunction to prevent violations--Election of remedies.
Severability of provisions.
Federal trade commission rules--Board's option to comply with.