Business licenses are required for businesses to operate within the state.
A business license can be issued for one of several reasons, including to protect the health and safety of employees, protect the property, protect intellectual property, or for other legitimate purposes.
The Texas Board of Pharmacy can issue a class C license to a business, but only for one or two purposes.
The business must be in the business of producing or distributing drugs and supplies, and the business must have at least five employees.
The business must provide proof of the business’s annual gross receipts.
The class C licensee is required to register with the state and must comply with the requirements of the Texas Health and Safety Code.
The Department of Public Safety has an online tool that can help you locate class C licenses.
You can also visit the Department of State Health Services website to get an online search of class C licensure.
Find more information about the requirements for Texas business licensees in the Texas Business Licensing Handbook.
Read more about licensees.