1Municipal code references
Animals and fowls: title 10.
Housing and utilities: title 12.
Fireworks and explosives: title 7.
Traffic offenses: title 15.
Streets and sidewalks (non-traffic): title 16.
2Municipal code reference
Sale of alcoholic beverages, including beer: title 8.
State law reference
See Tennessee Code Annotated § 33-8-203 (Arrest for Public
Intoxication, cities may not pass separate legislation).
2. OFFENSES AGAINST THE PEACE AND QUIET.
3. INTERFERENCE WITH PUBLIC OPERATIONS AND PERSONNEL.
4. FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND MISSILES.
5. TRESPASSING, MALICIOUS MISCHIEF AND INTERFERENCE WITH
7. EXCESSIVE NOISE.
11-101. Drinking beer, etc., on streets, etc.
11-102. Minors in beer places.
11-103. Drinking liquor, beer, etc., in recreation center.
11-101. Drinking beer, etc., on streets, etc. It shall be unlawful for
any person to drink or consume, or have or display an open container of beer or
intoxicating liquor in or on any public street, alley, avenue, highway, sidewalk,
public park, public school ground, or other public place unless the place has an
appropriate permit and license for on premises consumption.
It shall also be unlawful for any owner or driver of an automobile, truck,
or other motor vehicle, which is parked or being operated in a parking lot, or on
the highways, streets or alleys in the City of Lewisburg, to allow any passenger
to drink or consume, or have or display an open can or bottle of liquor or beer.
(1985 Code, § 10-225)
11-102. Minors in beer places. No person under the age of twenty-one
(21) shall loiter in or around, work in, or otherwise frequent any place where
beer is sold at retail for consumption on the premises. (1985 Code, § 10-219,
11-103. Drinking liquor, beer, etc., in recreation center. It shall
be unlawful for any person to drink, or consume, or have or display an open can
or bottle of liquor or beer in the parking l