(60 ILCS 1/130-10)
    Sec. 130-10. Cemetery board of managers; appointment; powers; organization.
    (a) If a township owns or controls a cemetery lying within or without, or partly within and partly without, the territory of the township, the township collector may appoint a board of 3 persons who shall be known as the cemetery board of managers. Board members shall hold their office for a period of 2 years or until their successors are appointed.
    (b) The cemetery board of managers may receive in trust, from the proprietors or owners of any lot in the cemetery or any person interested in the maintenance of a lot, any gift or legacy of money or real, personal, or mixed property having a value of $50 or more that may be donated to the board of managers for the use and maintenance of the lot or cemetery. The board of managers may convert the property into money, invest the money as provided by motion of the township, and apply the income perpetually for the care of the cemetery lot or the care and maintenance of the cemetery, as specified in the gift or bequest and as provided by motion of the township. Every gift or legacy for any purpose mentioned in this Section made to a cemetery by its name, if the cemetery has a board of managers appointed under this Section, shall vest in the board of managers and take effect to all intents and purposes as if made to that board. The gift or legacy shall not fail merely because the cemetery is not incorporated.
    (c) The board of managers, as soon as may be convenient after their appointment, shall meet and organize by selecting one of their number to be president and another of their number to be clerk of the board. The board also shall select a treasurer of the board, who may or may not be one of their number and who, before entering upon the treasurer's duties, shall execute a bond to the People of the State of Illinois for the use of the board of managers in a penal sum not less than double the value of the money or property coming into his or her possession as treasurer, conditioned for the faithful performance of his or her duties and for the faithful accounting for all property that, by virtue of the office, comes into the treasurer's possession. The bond shall be in a form and with sureties approved by the township collector and shall be approved and preserved in the same manner, as near as may be practicable, as is the bond of the treasurer of a village.
(Source: P.A. 84-549; 88-62.)