Law Enforcement — Offenses

Some counties in Tennessee have made various activities illegal within their boundaries by the enactment of private legislation. Some of these were billiard playing, operating dance halls, shooting fireworks, and things of a similar nature.

The act briefly summarized below fell into this category in Grainger County. Also referenced below is an act which repealed prior law without providing new substantive provisions.

  1. Private Acts of 1947, Chapter 430, regulated the possession, storage, use, manufacture or sale of pyrotechnics in Grainger County. This act was repealed by Private Acts of 1959, Chapter 116.

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