When a public burying ground is located on or near a township line and is used by the people of two or more townships for burial purposes, and the title thereto is vested in a religious or benevolent society, such society or the trustees thereof, may convey such burying ground to the boards of township trustees of such townships and their successors in office, jointly; and such boards shall accept it, jointly take possession of it, and keep it in repair, as required as to public burial grounds in and belonging to the respective townships. Each such township shall bear an equal share of the expenses of such repair, and the board of township trustees of each such township shall levy, for such purpose, taxes amounting to not more in any one year than one fourth of one per cent.
Cite as R.C. § 1715.04
History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953