§ 5-33.2-7. Armed forces embalming experience.
Any person who has served in the armed forces of the United States and has been honorably discharged from that service, and who has, prior to his or her induction into the armed forces, completed his or her high school education and a full course of instruction in a funeral/director embalming school, as provided in § 5-33.2-6, and who had also prior to that induction commenced his or her internship, as provided in § 5-33.2-6, and who, while in the armed forces, assisted in the embalming of human bodies, shall be conclusively presumed to have been continuing that course of training during the time he or she was engaged in assisting in embalming human bodies while in the armed forces, and all bodies in the embalming of which he or she assisted, while in the armed forces are deemed to have been embalmed during his or her internship, and in compliance with the provisions of § 5-33.2-6. Each person shall submit to the division proof of his or her having assisted in the embalming of bodies while in the armed forces, and of the number of bodies embalmed, by filing with the division his or her sworn affidavit of the related facts, which, in the absence of specific proof to the contrary, are presumed to be true and authentic.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 255, § 2.)