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Statutory Exception Regarding the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages

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Reviewed Date: June 20, 2017

Original Author: 
Broughton, Jeff
Date Created: 
Mar 13, 2014


Subjects:
Alcoholic beverages--Laws and regulations

Statutory Exception Regarding the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages

Summary: 
The four excepted counties based on population at the 1970 federal census or any subsequent federal census, rendering moot the threshold requirements for a city to have been incorporated for five or more years with a population of 925 or more people to conduct a referendum authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages, are Benton (12,100 - 12,200), Henry (23,500 ' 24,000), Madison (65,000 ' 70,000), and Humphreys (13,500 ' 13,600). In Humphreys County, a city must also have a 1970 population of 1,230 ' 1,250 to be afforded this exception.

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