Health Bulletin, Volume 3, Issue 12

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Page 9 - The medical certificate shall be made and signed by the physician, if any, last in attendance on the deceased, who shall specify the time in attendance, the time he last saw the deceased alive, and the hour of the day at which death occurred.
Page 12 - Full name of child. If the child dies without a name, before the certificate is filed, enter the words 'Died unnamed.' If the living child has not yet been named, at the date of filing certificate of birth, the space for 'full name of child' is to be left blank, to be filled out subsequently by a supplemental report, as hereinafter provided. "(3) Sex of child. "(4) Whether a twin, triplet, or other plural birth. A separate certificate shall be required for each child, in case of plural births.
Page 14 - Provided, that in case the death occurred from some disease that is held by the state board of health to be infectious, contagious, or communicable and dangerous to the public health, no permit for the removal or other disposition of the body shall be...
Page 11 - That it shall be the duty of the attending physician or midwife to file a certificate of birth, properly and completely filled out, giving all the particulars required by this act, with the local registrar of the district in which the birth occurred, within ten days after the date of the birth.
Page 5 - All amounts payable to a local registrar under the provisions of this section shall be paid by the treasurer of the county in which the registration district is located, upon certification by the State Registrar. And the State Registrar shall annually certify to the treasurers of the several counties the number of births and deaths properly registered, with the names of the local registrars and the amounts due each at the rates fixed herein.
Page 10 - Section 8 ; and he shall then state the facts required relative to the date and place of burial, over his signature and with his address, and present the completed certificate to the local registrar, who will issue a permit for burial, removal or other disposition of the body.
Page 13 - That every physician, midwife and undertaker shall, without delay, register his or her name, address and occupation with the local registrar of the district in which he or she resides, or may hereafter establish a residence; and shall thereupon be supplied by the local registrar...
Page 10 - State, the wording of the burial or removal permit may be limited to a statement by the Registrar, and over his signature, that a satisfactory certificate of death having been filed with him, as required...
Page 7 - That the body of any person whose death occurs in this state, or which shall be found dead therein, shall not be interred, deposited in a vault or tomb, cremated or otherwise disposed of, or removed from or into any registration district, or be...
Page 8 - State, county, township, village, or city. If in a city, the ward, street, and house number; if in a hospital or other institution, the name of the same to be given instead of the street and house number. If in an industrial camp, the name of the camp to be given. (2) Full name of decedent. If an unnamed child, the surname preceded by "Unnamed.

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