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67-4-710 - Fees for the exercise of privileges of antique malls, flea markets, craft shows, antique shows, gun shows, auto shows and transient vendors.

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67-4-710. Fees for the exercise of privileges of antique malls, flea markets, craft shows, antique shows, gun shows, auto shows and transient vendors. (a)For the exercise of the privileges described or enumerated in this section, persons shall pay a fee directly to the county clerk, in the case of activities carried on within the county, and to the city official designated as the collector of tax by city charter or ordinance, in the case of activities carried on within the municipality: (1)(A)In the case of antique malls, flea markets, craft shows, antique shows, gun shows and auto shows, operated as public facilities for such particular purpose from which business is carried on by two (2) or more retailers of tangible personal property, which includes that set forth in § 67-4-708(3)(A)(iii), the owner, manager, operator or promoter of the facility shall be required to obtain a license and shall collect and submit to local tax officials a one dollar ($1.00) fee per day per booth from each exhibitor at the promotion location. However, in the case of a flea market, those exhibitors registered pursuant to chapter 6 of this title and those who register annually pursuant to § 67-6-220 shall have the option of either registering and remitting the business tax levied in § 67-4-709, or may remit the one dollar ($1.00) fee per day per booth to the flea market operator as provided in this subdivision (a)(1)(A). Those exhibitors not registered annually shall pay the one dollar ($1.00) fee per booth per day to the flea market operators. Those exhibitors electing to register and pay the business tax levied in § 67-4-709 must present evidence of such registration to the operator before conducting business. The first sentence of this subdivision (a)(1)(A) shall not apply to those exhibitors properly licensed at the promotion location prior to July 1, 1983, until such time as that license expires, nor to those promotions conducted by nonprofit associations, corporations or organizations, nor to casual and isolated activities by persons who do not hold themselves out as engaged in business. The fee shall be in lieu of any business tax otherwise provided for by law;(i)In the case of an antique mall, flea market, craft show, antique show, gun show or auto show in which the location is not a continuing business, the fees collected by the owner, manager, operator or promoter shall be submitted to local tax officials, together with such supporting documents as the tax collector may require, within seventy-two (72) hours after the closing of the event;(ii)In the case of an antique mall, flea market, craft show, antique show, gun show or auto show in which the location is a continuing business, the fees levied by this part shall be due and payable monthly, on the first day of each month. For the purpose of preparing such supporting documents as the tax collector may require, it shall be the duty of all owners, managers, operators or promoters on or before the tenth of each month to transmit to the tax collecting official the forms prescribed, prepared and furnished by the official, together with the amount of tax collected during the preceding month. Failure to so remit the tax shall cause the tax to become delinquent;(iii)This subdivision (a)(1)(A) shall not apply to any business that is primarily engaged in the selling of antiques at least five (5) days each week and that is in a permanent location. In the case of an antique mall primarily engaged in the selling of antiques at least five (5) days a week with a common cash register for all sales, only the mall operator shall be required to obtain a business tax license and pay on all receipts derived from that location. Further, for purposes of this part, individual booths rented at the mall shall not be deemed to be separate places, locations or outlets in the state from which business is carried on;(B)“Flea market booth” means any contiguous space leased by a single vendor to sell tangible personal property; and (2)Transient vendors shall pay a fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) for each fourteen-day period in each county or municipality, or both, in which such vendors sell or offer to sell merchandise or for which they are issued a license. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the fee shall be paid prior to the first day of engaging in business. Transient vendors shall not be liable for the tax levied under § 67-4-709. (b)The county clerk and the city official charged with collecting the fees imposed by this section shall report and remit all such collections to the department in a manner prescribed by the commissioner. The collections shall be distributed as provided in § 67-4-724.[Acts 2009, ch. 530, § 76.]
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  • 67-4-710. Fees for the exercise of privileges of antique malls, flea markets, craft shows, antique shows, gun shows, auto shows and transient vendors.

    (a)  For the exercise of the privileges described or enumerated in this section, persons shall pay a fee directly to the county clerk, in the case of activities carried on within the county, and to the city official designated as the collector of tax by city charter or ordinance, in the case of activities carried on within the municipality:

         (1)  (A)  In the case of antique malls, flea markets, craft shows, antique shows, gun shows and auto shows, operated as public facilities for such particular purpose from which business is carried on by two (2) or more retailers of tangible personal property, which includes that set forth in § 67-4-708(3)(A)(iii), the owner, manager, operator or promoter of the facility shall be required to obtain a license and shall collect and submit to local tax officials a one dollar ($1.00) fee per day per booth from each exhibitor at the promotion location. However, in the case of a flea market, those exhibitors registered pursuant to chapter 6 of this title and those who register annually pursuant to § 67-6-220 shall have the option of either registering and remitting the business tax levied in § 67-4-709, or may remit the one dollar ($1.00) fee per day per booth to the flea market operator as provided in this subdivision (a)(1)(A). Those exhibitors not registered annually shall pay the one dollar ($1.00) fee per booth per day to the flea market operators. Those exhibitors electing to register and pay the business tax levied in § 67-4-709 must present evidence of such registration to the operator before conducting business. The first sentence of this subdivision (a)(1)(A) shall not apply to those exhibitors properly licensed at the promotion location prior to July 1, 1983, until such time as that license expires, nor to those promotions conducted by nonprofit associations, corporations or organizations, nor to casual and isolated activities by persons who do not hold themselves out as engaged in business. The fee shall be in lieu of any business tax otherwise provided for by law;

                    (i)  In the case of an antique mall, flea market, craft show, antique show, gun show or auto show in which the location is not a continuing business, the fees collected by the owner, manager, operator or promoter shall be submitted to local tax officials, together with such supporting documents as the tax collector may require, within seventy-two (72) hours after the closing of the event;

                    (ii)  In the case of an antique mall, flea market, craft show, antique show, gun show or auto show in which the location is a continuing business, the fees levied by this part shall be due and payable monthly, on the first day of each month. For the purpose of preparing such supporting documents as the tax collector may require, it shall be the duty of all owners, managers, operators or promoters on or before the tenth of each month to transmit to the tax collecting official the forms prescribed, prepared and furnished by the official, together with the amount of tax collected during the preceding month. Failure to so remit the tax shall cause the tax to become delinquent;

                    (iii)  This subdivision (a)(1)(A) shall not apply to any business that is primarily engaged in the selling of antiques at least five (5) days each week and that is in a permanent location. In the case of an antique mall primarily engaged in the selling of antiques at least five (5) days a week with a common cash register for all sales, only the mall operator shall be required to obtain a business tax license and pay on all receipts derived from that location. Further, for purposes of this part, individual booths rented at the mall shall not be deemed to be separate places, locations or outlets in the state from which business is carried on;

              (B)  “Flea market booth” means any contiguous space leased by a single vendor to sell tangible personal property; and

         (2)  Transient vendors shall pay a fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) for each fourteen-day period in each county or municipality, or both, in which such vendors sell or offer to sell merchandise or for which they are issued a license. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the fee shall be paid prior to the first day of engaging in business. Transient vendors shall not be liable for the tax levied under § 67-4-709.

    (b)  The county clerk and the city official charged with collecting the fees imposed by this section shall report and remit all such collections to the department in a manner prescribed by the commissioner. The collections shall be distributed as provided in § 67-4-724.

    [Acts 2009, ch. 530, § 76.]  

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