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765 ILCS 835/2
(765 ILCS 835/2)
(from Ch. 21, par. 16)
The cemetery authority is hereby
authorized to make by-laws or rules and regulations for the government thereof, and to make rules
regarding the driving of cars, motorcycles, carriages, processions, teams, and the speed
thereof, the use of avenues, lots, walks, ponds, water courses, vaults,
buildings, or other places within such cemetery, the operations and good management in such cemetery, the protection of visitors, the protection of employees, and for the maintenance of
good order and quiet in such cemetery, all such rules to be subject to the
rights of interment, entombment, or inurnment right owners, or others, owning any interest in such cemetery; and
all persons found guilty of a violation of such rules shall be guilty of a
petty offense and shall be punished by a fine of not less than $100, nor more
than $500 for each offense. No judge shall be disqualified from hearing any
cause that may be brought before him under the provisions of this Act, nor
shall any person be disqualified from acting as a juror in such cause, by
reason of any interest or ownership they or either of them may have in the
interment, entombment, or inurnment rights of such cemetery.
(Source: P.A. 94-44, eff. 6-17-05.)