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(a) Sales to Minors. No person, either directly or indirectly, by himself or herself, clerk, agent, servant or employee, shall at any time sell, furnish, give or deliver any alcoholic liquor to any person unless such person shall have attained the age of twenty-one years; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall prohibit the sale of alcoholic liquor to a minor upon authority of and pursuant to a prescription of a duly licensed physician.
(b) Possession in Motor Vehicle. No person under the age of twenty-one years shall purchase or knowingly possess, transport or have under his or her control in any motor vehicle any alcoholic liquor unless said person is employed by a licensee of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission and is possessing, transporting or having such alcoholic liquor in a motor vehicle under his or her control during regular working hours and in the course of his or her employment. This subsection shall not apply to alcoholic liquor possessed by a minor under authority of and pursuant to a prescription of a duly licensed physician.
(Ord. 367. Passed 3-23-95.)
(c) Definitions. The meaning of "alcoholic liquor,” when used in this chapter, shall be as defined in Act 8 of the Public Acts of 1933 (Extra Session), as amended.
(Ord. 293. Passed 11-1-83.)