(A)   It shall be unlawful for any undertaker or mortician, or any other person, to place or cause to be placed, the body of a deceased person in the receiving vault of the city cemetery, unless a permit for the placing of such body in the vault has been granted by the City Clerk.
   (B)   Application for such permit may be made by any relative of the deceased, or by the undertaker or mortician having charge of the funeral or interment of such body, or by any other interested person.
   (C)   Such permit shall be granted for thirty (30) days to any of the above-named persons for the placing in the receiving vault the body of any deceased person who shall at the time be entitled to interment in the city cemetery.  At the expiration of the thirty (30) day permit the body shall be removed unless extenuating circumstances prevent permanent interment.  In this event, a second thirty (30) day permit may be granted, however, under no circumstances, shall a body remain in the receiving vault longer than sixty (60) days.
   (D)   It shall be unlawful for the Sexton to allow the body of any deceased person to be placed in the receiving vault unless a permit as set out in this section has been granted.
(Ord. 110, passed 1-5-40; Am. Ord. 94-107, passed 3-24-94)