The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31] Page: 34 of 1,313
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1762 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
"(12). Private Carrier Permit. Brewers, distillers, wineries,
rectifiers, wholesalers, Class B wholesalers, and wine
bottlers permittees shall be entitled to transport liquor from the
place of sale or distribution to the purchaser, upon vehicles
owned in good faith by such permittees when such transportation
is for a lawful purpose; provided, however, that such permittees
shall not be permitted to engage in the business of transporting
for hire such liquor in violation of the motor carrier
laws of this State, and any such permittee desiring to engage
in such business for hire shall first secure a certificate or permit,
as the case may be, from the Railroad Commission of Texas
under the terms of the motor carrier laws, and shall be required
to comply with the provisions of such laws. Motor vehicles
used for such transportation shall be fully described in the
application for a private carrier permit and such application
shall contain all information which shall be required by the
Board. All vehicles used for such transportation within the
State by such permittees shall have printed or painted on said
vehicles such designation as may be required by the Board. It
shall be unlawful for any such permittee above named to transport
liquors in any vehicle not fully described in his application
for a permit.
"The annual fee for such permit shall be Five ($5.00) Dollars."
SEC. 3. That Subdivision 16 under Section 15, Article I,
Chapter 467, Acts of the Second Called Session of the Fortyfourth
Legislature, as amended by Section 16, Article I, House
Bill No. 5, Acts of the Regular Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature
be amended so as to hereafter read as follows:
"(16). Wine and Beer Retailer's Permit. The Board is
authorized to issue Wine and Beer Retailer's, Permits. The
holders of such permits shall be authorized to sell for consumption
on or off the premises where sold, but not for resale, vinous
and malt beverages containing alcohol in excess of one-half of
one per cent by volume and not more than fourteen (14) per
cent of alcohol by volume. All such permits shall be applied
for and issued, unless denied, and fees paid upon the same procedure
and in the same manner and upon the same facts and
same circumstances, and for the same duration of
time, and shall be renewable in the same manner, as required
and provided to govern application for an issuance of Retail
Beer Dealer's Licenses under Article II of this Act, and shall
be subject to cancellation or suspension for any of the reasons
that a Retail Beer Dealer's License may be cancelled or suspended,
and upon the same procedure. The holders of Wine
and Beer Retailer's Permits shall also be subject to all provisions
of Section 22, Article II of this Act. All alcoholic beverages
which the holders of such permits are authorized to sell may be
sold with the same restrictions as provided in Article II gov-
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31], book, 1939; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth18824/m1/34/: accessed August 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .