(a) The commission may issue a daily temporary private club permit only to:
(1) a holder of a private club registration permit for the temporary serving of alcoholic
beverages at a picnic, celebration, or similar event sponsored by:
(A) a political party or political association supporting a candidate for public office
or a proposed amendment to the Texas Constitution or other ballot measure;
(B) a charitable or civic organization;
(C) a fraternal organization with a regular membership that has been in continuous
existence for not less than five years; or
(D) a religious organization; or
(2) a nonprofit corporation for a fund-raising event for the nonprofit corporation
that lasts not longer than eight hours.
(b) The commission may not issue more than two daily temporary private club permits
under Subsection (a)(1) in each calendar year for events sponsored by the same party,
association, or organization. A daily temporary private club permit may only be issued in the county where the
private club registration permit is issued under Subsection (a)(1).
(c) A daily temporary private club permit issued under Subsection (a)(2) may only
be issued in the county where the nonprofit corporation is located. A nonprofit corporation may be issued only one daily temporary private club permit
under Subsection (a)(2) in each calendar year.
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