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 Chapter 194 Death — Disposition of Dead Bodies ^  !
DEFINITION OF DEATH
194.005   Death, legal definition. (8/28/1982)
TRANSPORTATION
194.010   Encasement of bodies to be shipped. (8/28/1939)
194.020   Hermetically sealed coffin, specifications. (8/28/1939)
194.060   Transportation of dead body by common carrier, requirements. (8/28/1984)
194.070   Preparation of certain bodies for shipment supervised by health officer. (8/28/1939)
194.080   Preparation of certain dead bodies for shipment. (8/28/1939)
194.090   Preparation necessary for bodies of persons who died of certain communicable diseases. (8/28/1939)
194.100   Transportation of bodies where cause of death is noncontagious. (8/28/1939)
194.105   Disinterment for transport to location outside original cemetery — notice, to whom, contents. (8/28/1990)
194.110   Penalty for violation. (8/28/1939)
AUTOPSIES
194.115   Autopsy — consent required — penalty for violation — availability of report, to whom. (8/28/2011)
SUDDEN INFANT DEATH
194.117   Sudden infant death — notification — autopsy by certified child death pathologist required, procedure, release to parents or guardian — cost, how paid — department of health and senior services duties — rules and regulations. (8/28/1999)
DISPOSITION
194.119   Right of sepulcher, the right to choose and control final disposition of a dead human body. (10/16/2015)
194.120   Missouri state anatomical board — members — responsibilities. (8/28/1939)
194.130   Meetings of board — organization — funds. (8/28/1939)
194.140   Acceptance of provisions of this law — bond — prohibited actions and penalties. (8/28/1939)
194.150   Disposal of paupers' bodies. (8/28/1939)
194.160   Distribution of bodies. (8/28/1939)
194.170   Autopsy not to be held, when. (8/28/1939)
194.180   Penalty for violation. (8/28/1939)
194.197   Depth at which body is buried may be regulated. (8/28/1985)
194.200   Disposition of a stillborn child, definitions, duties of hospital, duties of parents, collection of costs, penalties. (8/28/1997)
UNIFORM ANATOMICAL GIFT ACT
194.210   Definitions. (8/28/2008)
194.215   Applicability of law. (8/28/2008)
194.220   Registry to be established — gift may be made by whom. (8/28/2008)
194.225   Procedure for making a gift — donor cards, requirements — gift made by will, effect of — registry authorized — website link. (8/28/2019)
194.230   Amendment or revocation, procedure. (8/28/2008)
194.235   Refusal to make a gift, evidenced how, requirements. (8/28/2008)
194.240   Person other than donor barred from making, amending, or revoking donor's gift — revocation not a bar to making a gift — parent may revoke or amend a gift of a child. (8/28/2008)
194.245   Gift for transplantation, therapy, research, or education, priority list for persons making. (8/28/2008)
194.250   Document of gift, procedure. (8/28/2008)
194.255   Persons eligible to receive gift in the document of gift — gifts not naming persons, effect of — refusal of gift required when. (8/28/2014)
194.260   Reasonable search to identify donors — immunity from liability, when. (8/28/2008)
194.263   Delivery of document of gift not required — examination and copying of document permitted, when. (8/28/2008)
194.265   Referral to procurement organization, diligent search of donor registry required — reasonable examination of body parts permitted, when — search for minor's parents required, when — attending physician shall not procure, when. (8/28/2008)
194.270   Hospitals to enter into agreements with procurement organizations. (8/28/2008)
194.275   Purchase or sale of body parts for valuable consideration prohibited — penalty — definition. (8/28/2008)
194.280   Falsification of documents, penalty. (8/28/2008)
194.285   Immunity from liability, when. (8/28/2008)
194.290   Declarations and advance health care directives — definitions — gift in conflict with, donor or physician to resolve. (8/28/2008)
194.292   Requirements for valid execution of a document of gift — presumption of validity, when — requirements for out-of-state execution of documents. (8/28/2008)
194.293   Uniformity of law a consideration in construing statutory provisions. (8/28/2008)
194.294   Effect of law on certain federal acts. (8/28/2008)
194.295   Embalmers authorized to enucleate eyes, when. (8/28/1973)
194.297   Organ donor program fund established — funding, administration, purpose — transfer to general revenue prohibited. (1/1/1996)
194.299   Money in organ donor program fund, how expended. (1/1/1996)
194.300   Organ donation advisory committee established in department of health and senior services, appointment, qualifications, expenses, terms. (1/1/1996)
194.302   Advisory committee's powers and duties — annual report, due when. (1/1/1996)
194.304   Transfer of donor registry information, department of revenue to cooperate — registry requirements. (8/28/2008)
194.307   Effective date for sections 194.240, 194.297 through 194.304 and section 302.171. (8/28/1995)
CREMATION
194.350   Disposition of cremated remains — if no directions are given, procedure, notice. (8/28/2013)
194.360   Veterans, cremated remains — definitions — funeral establishment or coroner, authorized release of identifying information, to whom — release of remains, when — immunity from liability. (8/28/2013)
DISPOSITION OF FETAL REMAINS
194.375   Citation of law — definitions. (8/28/2004)
194.378   Final disposition of fetal remains, mother has right to determine. (8/28/2004)
194.381   Means of disposition. (8/28/2004)
194.384   Written standards required for protection of mother's right to determine final disposition. (8/28/2004)
194.387   Miscarriage — mother's right to determine final disposition of remains — counseling made available, when. (8/28/2004)
194.390   Right to legal abortion not affected. (8/28/2004)
UNMARKED HUMAN BURIAL SITES
194.400   Definitions. (8/28/2018)
194.405   Scope of law. (8/28/1987)
194.406   Unmarked human burials, knowledge or discovery — notice to local law enforcement officer or state historic preservation officer — jurisdiction, how determined. (8/28/1987)
194.407   State historic preservation officer, jurisdiction of unmarked human burials, duties — general archaeological investigation, when — professional archaeologist, advise state historic preservation officer, when. (8/28/1987)
194.408   State historic preservation officer, reinterment, duties — consultation with advisory council on historic preservation, when — conformity with federal law. (8/28/2018)
194.410   Human burial sites — knowingly disturb, penalty — appropriation for sale, penalty. (1/1/2017)
CRIME OF ABANDONMENT OF A CORPSE
194.425   Abandonment of a corpse without notifying authorities, penalty. (1/1/2017)
FUNERAL PROCESSIONS
194.500   Definitions. (8/28/1999)
194.503   Right-of-way — use of lead vehicles — emergency vehicles with right-of-way, when. (8/28/1999)
194.506   Following distance — flashing emergency lights used, when — toll-free passage, when. (8/28/1999)
194.509   Regulations for nonparticipating vehicle operators — violations, penalty. (8/28/1999)
194.512   Use of amber lights for motorcycles — ordinances permitted. (8/28/1999)
 - Cross References
Death certificate issued when, fee, 193.265

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