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(A) Any person who violates any provision of this chapter for which no penalty is provided shall be subject to the terms of § 10.99.
(2) On each separate occasion that a person is observed consuming an alcoholic beverage in violation of this subchapter or throwing an open container out as is prohibited by this subchapter shall be considered a separate violation of this subchapter.
(D) Any person who violates §§ 111.15 through 111.19, and any person who permits his or her residence to be used for casual sales in violation of that subchapter, and any person who participates in any manner, in a casual sale in violation of that subchapter, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable by the Municipal Court of Wake Village, Texas, not to exceed $200 per violation. Each day or part of a day that a sale is conducted, whether any items are sold or not, is considered a separate violation.
(E) If any person or entity violates the terms of §§ 111.35 through 111.42, that person or entity shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be fined in an amount not to exceed $200 per violation. Each prohibited sale, possession, ignition, or use of each item shall constitute a separate violation, and each day that a prohibited item is sold or possessed shall constitute a separate violation hereunder.
(Ord. 9-76, passed 3-8-1976; Ord. 11-78, passed 6-12-1978; Ord. 1-94, passed 1-10-1994; Ord. 4-16, passed 6-13-2016)