Private vaults or mausoleums will be permitted upon lots especially provided for this purpose by the cemetery management.
The exterior walls shall be of sandstone, granite or marble and fitted with catacombs, where interments can be made separately and hermetically sealed at the time of depositing the body. Entrance to such vaults must be provided with one or more durable and non-corrosive doors.
Plans and specifications for such intended structure must first be submitted to the Director of Service and will be subject to his approval.
The construction of any vault shall be subject to the inspection of the Director of Service or his authorized agent or agents and the right to reject any material or manner of workmanship is hereby reserved.
In all cases the owner of the lot or lots shall be held liable for any and all damages caused either to the cemetery or to private property, in the construction of the vault.
Persons engaged in erecting vaults are prohibited from attaching ropes to trees or shrubs and from scattering their material over adjoining lots and in all cases, must restore the grounds and drives to a condition satisfactory to the supervisor.
The cemetery shall not be responsible for damage to vaults or other structures caused by forces over which it has no control.