HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE
8890. Public cemetery districts consisting of lands in one or
more counties may be formed pursuant to this part.
8891. "District," as used in this part, means any public
cemetery district organized pursuant to this part or pursuant to
any law which it supersedes.
8892. "Trustees," as used in this part, means the board
of trustees of a district.
8893. "Nonresident," as used in this part, means any
person who was not a resident or taxpayer of the district at the
time of the person' s death.
8894. "Nonresident fee," as used in this part, means
a fee established by the trustees which meets the following criteria:
(a) The fee shall be established at an amount which will permit
that portion of the cemetery in which the grave is located to be
maintained on a self-supporting basis and shall be in an amount
which will at least reimburse the district for the cost of the grave
and the cost of services.
(b) The fee shall include a surcharge of at least 15 percent of
the amount required by subdivision (a).
(c) The fee shall also include a deposit to the endowment care
fund which shall be established by the trustees in an amount not
less than the minimum amount set forth in Section 8738 or any amendments
thereto. The amount of the deposits shall not be greater than the
amount which is required to produce sufficient income to defray
actual costs of care and maintenance of the cemetery or cemeteries
for which the endowment care fund has been established.