2010 Tennessee Code
Title 57 - Intoxicating Liquors
Chapter 3 - Local OptionTraffic in Intoxicating Liquors
Part 1 - General Provisions
57-3-102 - Traffic in intoxicating liquor permitted by local option.

57-3-102. Traffic in intoxicating liquor permitted by local option.

(a)  It is lawful to manufacture, store, sell, distribute and purchase alcoholic beverages or wine subject to proper licensing, payment of taxes, compliance with the limitation, regulations and conditions provided in this chapter, in counties or municipalities of this state that by local option elections so permit as provided in this chapter.

(b)  It shall be lawful for an individual to transport up to five gallons (5 gals.) of alcoholic beverages or wine for personal or household use of the individual in counties or municipalities that have not permitted the sale of alcoholic beverages or wine by local option elections as provided in this chapter and amounts in excess of five gallons (5 gals.) if accompanied by a receipt or other documentation demonstrating legal purchase or transport from an entity licensed under § 57-3-203, § 57-3-204 or § 57-3-207.

[Acts 1939, ch. 49, § 1; C. Supp. 1950, § 6648.5 (Williams, § 6648.4); T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 57-107; Acts 2009, ch. 434, § 3.]  
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