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Tennessee Code Title 57. Intoxicating Liquors § 57-5-303

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(a)?Any violation of this chapter or rule or regulation of the commissioner of revenue or the violations of any rule or regulation of a county legislative body, metropolitan council or city legislative body relative to the conducting of the beer or like beverage business as defined in ??57-5-101 is a Class C misdemeanor where the penalty is not otherwise fixed.

(b)?A violation of this section involving either unlawful possession or illegal transportation, or both, of over one hundred (100) cases of twenty-four (24) twelve ounce (12 oz.) cans of beer or other light alcoholic beverage, or the equivalent thereof with respect to quantity or the kinds of containers, is a Class E felony.

(c)?Upon the second conviction of any person engaging in a business regulated under this chapter of making, or permitting to be made, any sale of alcoholic beverages, beer or wine to a person under twenty-one (21) years of age in violation of this chapter, such person is guilty of a Class E felony. ?In addition, upon the second such conviction, the permit or license of such person shall be automatically and permanently revoked regardless of any other punishment actually imposed.

(d)?Each violation of this chapter shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.

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