Title 10 Chapter 8 Section 47

Utah Municipal Code
Powers and Duties of Municipalities
Section 47
Intoxication -- Fights -- Disorderly conduct -- Assault and battery -- Petit larceny -- Riots and disorderly assemblies -- Firearms and fireworks -- False pretenses and embezzlement -- Sale of liquor, narcotics, or tobacco to minors -- Possession of controlled substances -- Treatment of alcoholics and narcotics or drug addicts.

            

10-8-47.   Intoxication -- Fights -- Disorderly conduct -- Assault and battery -- Petit larceny -- Riots and disorderly assemblies -- Firearms and fireworks -- False pretenses and embezzlement -- Sale of liquor, narcotics, or tobacco to minors -- Possession of controlled substances -- Treatment of alcoholics and narcotics or drug addicts.

            A municipal legislative body may prevent intoxication, fighting, quarreling, dog fights, cockfights, prize fights, bullfights, and all disorderly conduct and provide against and punish the offenses of assault and battery and petit larceny; the municipal legislative body may restrain riots, routs, noises, disturbances or disorderly assemblies in any street, house or place in the city; the municipal legislative body may regulate and prevent the discharge of firearms, rockets, powder, fireworks or any other dangerous or combustible material; the municipal legislative body may provide against and prevent the offense of obtaining money or property under false pretenses and the offense of embezzling money or property in all cases where the money or property embezzled or obtained under false pretenses does not exceed in value the sum of $500 and may prohibit the sale, giving away, or furnishing of narcotics, alcoholic beverages to a person younger than 21 years of age, or tobacco to any person younger than 19 years of age; cities may, by ordinance, prohibit the possession of controlled substances as defined in the Utah Controlled Substances Act or any other endangering or impairing substance, provided the conduct is not a class A misdemeanor or felony, and provide for treatment of alcoholics, narcotic addicts and other persons who are addicted to the use of drugs or intoxicants such that a person substantially lacks the capacity to control the person's use of the drugs or intoxicants, and judicial supervision may be imposed as a means of effecting their rehabilitation.


Amended by Chapter 140, 2012 General Session