8-201   Purpose of chapter
   8-202   Beer business subject to regulation
   8-203   “Beer” defined
   8-204   Beer Board established
   8-205   Meetings of the Beer Board
   8-206   Record of Beer Board proceedings to be kept
   8-207   Requirements for Beer Board quorum and action
   8-208   Powers and duties of the Beer Board
   8-209   Permit required for engaging in the beer business; term of permit
   8-210   Restrictions on granting permits
   8-211   Application forms; effect of false statements or misrepresentation therein
   8-212   Application requirements
   8-213   Beer permits to be restrictive
   8-214   Permits not transferable
   8-215   Display of permit
   8-216   Restrictions on permits that would cause congestion or interfere with public health, safety and morals
   8-217   Further restrictions on the issuance of permits
   8-218   Issuance of permits to hotels, clubs and the like
   8-219   Sanitation for the premises of the permit holder
   8-220   Minors, fraudulent evidence of purchase in behalf of a minor by third person and the like
   8-221   Investigation of applicants, agents and/or employees
   8-222   Prohibited conduct or activities by beer permit holders
   8-223   Suspension and revocation of beer permits
   8-224   City business license
   8-225   Bond required
   8-226   Penalties for violations
   8-227   Employees liable for violations
   8-228   Notice to be given of permit suspension or revocation
   8-229   Application fee for sale of beer
   8-230   Privilege tax
Statutory reference:
   For a leading case on a municipality’s authority to regulate beer, see the Tennessee Supreme Court decision in Watkins v. Naifeh, 635 S.W.2d 104 (1982)