(a) No outdoor advertising is permitted in this state except that which is authorized
by this section or under rules of the commission or administrator promulgated pursuant
to Section 108.03 of this code.
(b) Billboards and electric signs are permitted if they are not located in a manner
contrary to this code.
(c) The commission shall adopt reasonable rules relating to the type of outdoor advertising
retail licensees and permittees may erect or maintain on the retailer's premises. A violation of a rule adopted under this section is a violation of this code.
(e) Billboards, electric signs, or other signs to designate the firm name or business
of a permittee or licensee authorized to manufacture, rectify, bottle, or wholesale
alcoholic beverages may be displayed at the licensee's or permittee's place of business.
(g) Outdoor advertising of an alcoholic beverage or of the business of any person
engaged in the manufacture, sale, or distribution of an alcoholic beverage is permitted
to be placed on or affixed to a bench unless:
(1) the advertising is prohibited by an ordinance of an incorporated city or town;
(2) the advertising is in an area or zone where the sale of alcoholic beverages is
prohibited by law.
(i) Except as provided by Subsection (j), outdoor advertising of an alcoholic beverage
or of the business of any person engaged in the manufacture, sale, or distribution
of an alcoholic beverage may be placed on or affixed to the outside of a public transportation
passenger vehicle or vehicle for hire. In this subsection:
(1) “Public transportation passenger vehicle” means a vehicle operated by a political subdivision and used for the transportation
of passengers for a fee.
(2) “Vehicle for hire” includes a van, taxi, limousine, pedicab, and rickshaw and any other means of transportation
available to the public for a fee.
(j) An incorporated city or town may, by ordinance, prohibit outdoor advertising described
by Subsection (i) on or affixed to a vehicle for hire.
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