Transactional database systems and data stream management systems have been thoroughly investigated over the past decades. While both systems follow completely different data processing models, the combined concept of transactional stream processing promises to be the future data processing model. So far, however, it has not been investigated how well-known concepts found in DBMS or DSMS regarding multi-user support can be transferred to this model or how they need to be redesigned. In this paper, we propose a transaction model combining streaming and stored data as well as continuous and ad-hoc queries. Based on this, we present appropriate protocols for concurrency control of such queries guaranteeing snapshot isolation as well as for consistency of transactions comprising several shared states. In our evaluation, we show that our protocols represent a resilient and scalable solution meeting all requirements for such a model.