State Law Reference — As to cities of the fourth class holding real estate for burial of dead, see RSMo., § 79.010. As to provision for and regulation of cemeteries, see RSMo., § 79.430. As to sale of lots, see RSMo., §§ 79.440 and 214.030. As to cemeteries generally, see RSMo., § 214.010 et seq. As to transportation and disposition of dead bodies, see RSMo., § 194.010 et seq. As to no assessment for avenue, etc., repairs, against cemetery lots, see RSMo., § 88.703. As to construction of roads in cemetery, see RSMo., § 214.041. As to dimensions and depth of graves, see RSMo., § 194.197. As to nuisances, see RSMo., § 214.205. As to right to bury next of kin, see RSMo., § 194.119.
Cross Reference — As to buildings generally, see ch. 5 of this Code. As to disturbing religious assembly, see § 20-19. As to disturbing lawful assemblies generally, see § 20-20. As to firearms generally, see §§ 20-31 and 20-32. As to sexton, see §§ 2-25, 6-1 and 6-4. Also see § 2-58. As to running horses in, see § 20-34.
Article I In General
Section 6-2 Same — purpose; who authorized to dig graves — licensed funeral director to be present — exception.
Section 6-17 Concrete apron required of lots; grave liners and additional requirements for certain lots; specifications for apron and other special requirements to be in warranty deeds.
Article II Mausoleums
Section 6-22 Inspections; deviation from approved plan; interment contingent upon certificate of approval.
Article III Perpetual Care Cemetery Fund
Section 6-27 Cemetery operating fund designated; transfer to same of income from perpetual care cemetery fund.
Article IV Cemetery Advisory Committee