VITAL RECORDS AND BURIAL PERMITS
Department of Health to have charge of registration.
Definition of terms.
Vital registration districts--Establishment, consolidation or subdivision.
Register of deeds or designee as local registrar--Fees--Deputy, appointment,
34-25-5 to 34-25-7.
Birth registration--Certificate of live birth--Time for filing--Availability of
Birth in moving conveyance.
Birth in institution--Attending physician or physician's designee to prepare
Birth outside institution--Persons responsible for certificate--Evidence
Birth certificate signed by parents or informant.
34-25-10 to 34-25-13.
Husband's name entered on birth certificate--Father's name as determined in
paternity proceeding or by affidavits.
Parents' consent or judicial determination required to name father in birth
certificate when mother unmarried.
Unmarried mother's surname shown on birth certificate unless paternity
Father not named on birth certificate--No other information entered.
Child of unknown parents--Physician to name child and file birth certificate.
Legitimation of child--New birth certificate--Fee.
Adoption information forwarded by clerk of courts.
New birth certificate upon adoption of child born in state or foreign nation--Exception.
Birth certificate after adoption when birth unrecorded.
Adoption information on child born out-of-state forwarded to state of birth.
Sealing of original birth certificate after new certificate issued--Opening of
Original birth certificate sealed or forwarded to department after new
Copies of birth certificates.
Determining mother for birth certificate.
Medical certificate signed by attending physician, physician assistant, or
nurse practitioner--Time for execution.
Determination of death.
Notice to county coroner and sheriff of death without attending physician,
physician assistant or nurse practitioner--Preparation of medical certificate.
Reference to state's attorney, sheriff, or police of death from other than
Blood samples taken in violent or accidental death cases--Transmission to
Permit required for disposition of dead body or fetus.
Fact of death record filed by funeral director--Sources of data--Place and
time of filing.
Place of filing death certificate when place of death unknown or in moving
34-25-26 to 34-25-32.
Report required of certain fetal deaths other than abortions.
Fetal death report filed by physician--Coroner to report unattended deaths.
Disposition of remains of embryo or fetus.
Medical facility to provide for disposal of aborted fetuses.
Failure to comply as public nuisance.
Disposition of fetal remains--Method.
Fetal organ, tissue donation--Circumstances--Consent required.
Definitions related to stillbirth.
Notice to parent of means for requesting a certificate of birth resulting in
Name of stillborn child on certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth.
Fetal death report to be referenced on certificate of birth resulting in
Form and content of certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth.
Certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth not used to calculate live birth
Fee for certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth.
Certificate may be requested without regard to filing date of fetal death
Certificate may be requested without regard to date of fetal death.
Burial or removal permit filed by funeral director after final disposition.
Burial-transit permit issued out-of-state as authority for final disposition.
Records and monthly report of funeral director.
Cemetery to require burial, removal, disinterment, or transit permit--Promulgation of rules.
Issuance of disinterment permit.
Completion of burial permit when no person in charge of cemetery.
Delayed registration of birth, death, or marriage--Fee.
Software, blanks and forms supplied by department--Use of forms or exact
electronic replicas required.
Blank forms supplied by local registrar--Examination of permit for
disposition on presentation.
Legibility of records and certificates--Incomplete or illegible certificates not
Signing, dating, and numbering of permits for disposition by local registrar.
34-25-47 to 34-25-50.
Amendment of vital record--Fee for delayed amendment.
Copies of certified or informational records supplied by department or local
Copies or data supplied to public or private agencies.
Additional fee for copy of birth record--Disposition.
Free birth certificate with head start enrollment form.
Uniform forms and procedures for issuance of copies of records--Rules.
Construction of chapter--Disclosure of specified information on birth,
marriage, or divorce certificates--Admissibility.
Disclosure of information in or inspection or copying of vital record--Authorization of chapter or court.
Certified copies supplied free for military or veterans' claims--Minors
participating in sports programs.
Violation of requirements as misdemeanor.
Unintentional issuance of certified copy of vital record fraudulently
Enforcement and supervisory powers of department--Investigations by
Severability of provisions.
Electronic list of persons married in South Dakota.