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IC 6-9-35
     Chapter 35. Stadium and Convention Building Food and Beverage Tax Funding

IC 6-9-35-1
Application of chapter
    
Sec. 1. This chapter applies to Boone, Johnson, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Morgan, and Shelby counties (referred to as counties in this chapter) and to the cities or towns of Carmel, Fishers, Greenfield, Lebanon, Noblesville, Westfield, and Zionsville that are located in those counties (referred to as municipalities in this chapter).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-2
Application of definitions
    
Sec. 2. The definitions in IC 6-9-12-1 and IC 36-1-2 apply throughout this chapter.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-3
"Authority"
    
Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "authority" refers to the Indiana stadium and convention building authority created by IC 5-1-17.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-4
"Capital improvement board"
    
Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, "capital improvement board" means the capital improvement board of managers created by IC 36-10-9-3.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-5
Imposition; deadline; rate; conditions; ordinance
    
Sec. 5. (a) Except as provided in subsection (d), the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance not later than June 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the county.
    (b) Except as provided in subsection (d), if the county in which the municipality is located has adopted an ordinance imposing an excise tax under subsection (a), the fiscal body of a municipality may adopt an ordinance not later than September 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the municipality.
    (c) The rate of the tax imposed under this chapter equals one percent (1%) of the gross retail income on the transaction. With respect to an excise tax in the municipalities set forth in

IC 6-9-27-1(1) (Mooresville), IC 6-9-27-1(3) (Plainfield), IC 6-9-27-1(4) (Brownsburg), IC 6-9-27-1(5) (Avon), and IC 6-9-27-1(6) (Martinsville), the excise tax imposed by the county is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by those municipalities. With respect to an excise tax imposed by a county under subsection (a), the excise tax imposed by a municipality under subsection (b) is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by the county in which the municipality is located. For purposes of this chapter, the gross retail income received by the retail merchant from such a transaction does not include the amount of tax imposed on the transaction under IC 6-2.5, IC 6-9-27, or this chapter.
    (d) If the Marion County city-county council does not adopt all the ordinances required to be adopted by it under IC 5-1-17-25 on or before June 30, 2005, the counties and municipalities described in section 1 of this chapter are no longer subject to the provisions of this chapter. In that event, the fiscal body of the county or municipality may not adopt an ordinance to impose the excise tax authorized by this chapter, and any ordinance adopted by the fiscal body under subsection (a) or (b) is no longer effective.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-6
Transmission of ordinance to state
    
Sec. 6. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-7
Application to transactions
    
Sec. 7. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the food and beverage tax applies to transactions that occur after the last day of the month that succeeds the month in which the ordinance was adopted.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-8
Transactions taxed
    
Sec. 8. Except as provided in section 10 of this chapter, a tax imposed under section 5 of this chapter applies to any transaction in which food or beverage is furnished, prepared, or served:
        (1) for consumption at a location, or on equipment, provided by a retail merchant;
        (2) in the county or municipality, or both, in which the tax is imposed; and
        (3) by a retail merchant for consideration.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-9
Transactions taxed      Sec. 9. Transactions described in section 8(1) of this chapter include transactions in which food or beverage is:
        (1) served by a retail merchant off the merchant's premises;
        (2) food sold in a heated state or heated by a retail merchant;
        (3) two (2) or more food ingredients mixed or combined by a retail merchant for sale as a single item (other than food that is only cut, repackaged, or pasteurized by the seller, and eggs, fish, meat, poultry, and foods containing these raw animal foods requiring cooking by the consumer as recommended by the federal Food and Drug Administration in chapter 3, subpart 3-401.11 of its Food Code so as to prevent food borne illnesses); or
        (4) food sold with eating utensils provided by a retail merchant, including plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, cups, napkins, or straws (for purposes of this subdivision, a plate does not include a container or packaging used to transport the food).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-10
Transactions exempt
    
Sec. 10. The food and beverage tax under this chapter does not apply to the furnishing, preparing, or serving of any food or beverage in a transaction that is exempt, or to the extent exempt, from the state gross retail tax imposed by IC 6-2.5.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-11
Collection and payment; returns
    
Sec. 11. The county fiscal body may adopt an ordinance requiring that any tax imposed under this chapter be reported on forms approved by the county treasurer and that the tax be paid monthly to the county treasurer. If such an ordinance is adopted, the tax shall be paid to the county treasurer not more than twenty (20) days after the end of the month the tax is collected, and the county treasurer is responsible for collecting the tax and enforcing any of the provisions of IC 6-2.5 with respect to the tax. If such an ordinance is not adopted, the tax shall be imposed, paid, and collected in the same manner that the state gross retail tax is imposed, paid, and collected under IC 6-2.5. However, the return to be filed for the payment of the taxes may be made on separate returns or may be combined with the return filed for the payment of the state gross retail tax, as prescribed by the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-12
Tax revenue distributions
    
Sec. 12. (a) As long as there are any current or future obligations owed by the capital improvement board to the authority or any state agency under a lease or other agreement entered into between the capital improvement board and the authority or any state agency

pursuant to IC 5-1-17-26, fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the county treasurer, if the tax is being paid to the county treasurer, to the treasurer of state. This amount plus fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received by the state from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. The remainder that is received by the state shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. In any state fiscal year, if the total amount of the taxes imposed under this chapter by all the counties and paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under this subsection equals five million dollars ($5,000,000), the entire remainder of the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter during that state fiscal year shall be retained by the county treasurer or paid by the treasurer of state to the fiscal officer of the county, upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (b) If there are then existing no obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (c) The entire amount of the taxes paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under subsection (a) shall be deposited in a special fund and used only for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a). If the taxes are not used for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the taxes shall be returned by the capital improvement board to the treasurer of state who shall return the taxes to the respective counties that contributed the taxes.
    (d) The entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a municipality under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the municipality's fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-13
Food and beverage tax fund; deposits
    
Sec. 13. (a) If a tax is imposed under section 5 of this chapter, the county's or municipality's fiscal officer, or both, shall establish a food and beverage tax fund.
    (b) The fiscal officer shall deposit in the fund all amounts received by the fiscal officer under this chapter.
    (c) Any money earned from the investment of money in the fund becomes a part of the fund.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-14 Food and beverage tax fund; uses
    
Sec. 14. Money in the food and beverage tax fund shall be used by the county or municipality:
        (1) to reduce the county's or municipality's property tax levy for a particular year at the discretion of the county or municipality, but this use does not reduce the maximum permissible levy under IC 6-1.1-18.5 for the county or municipality; or
        (2) for any legal or corporate purpose of the county or municipality, including the pledge of money to bonds, leases, or other obligations under IC 5-1-14-4.
Revenue derived from the imposition of a tax under this chapter may be treated by a county or municipality as additional revenue for the purpose of fixing its budget for the budget year during which the revenues are to be distributed to the county or municipality.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-15
Tax repeal; ordinance
    
Sec. 15. (a) If there are no obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter then outstanding and there are no bonds, leases, or other obligations then outstanding for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the fiscal body may adopt an ordinance, after December 31, 2009, and before December 1, 2010, or any year thereafter, that repeals the ordinance adopted under section 5 of this chapter.
    (b) An ordinance adopted under subsection (a) takes effect January 1 immediately following the date of its adoption. If the fiscal body adopts such an ordinance, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
    (c) A tax imposed under this chapter terminates on January 1 of the year immediately following the year in which the last payment obligation of the capital improvement board is made with respect to any bond, lease, or other obligation described in section 12(a) of this chapter that existed on July 1, 2006.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-16
Payment of obligations; covenant with holders
    
Sec. 16. With respect to obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter and bonds, leases, or other obligations for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the general assembly covenants with the holders of these obligations that:
        (1) this chapter will not be repealed or amended in any manner that will adversely affect the imposition or collection of the tax imposed under this chapter; and
        (2) this chapter will not be amended in any manner that will change the purpose for which revenues from the tax imposed under this chapter may be used; as long as the payment of any of those obligations is outstanding.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Indiana > Title6 > Ar9 > Ch35

IC 6-9-35
     Chapter 35. Stadium and Convention Building Food and Beverage Tax Funding

IC 6-9-35-1
Application of chapter
    
Sec. 1. This chapter applies to Boone, Johnson, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Morgan, and Shelby counties (referred to as counties in this chapter) and to the cities or towns of Carmel, Fishers, Greenfield, Lebanon, Noblesville, Westfield, and Zionsville that are located in those counties (referred to as municipalities in this chapter).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-2
Application of definitions
    
Sec. 2. The definitions in IC 6-9-12-1 and IC 36-1-2 apply throughout this chapter.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-3
"Authority"
    
Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "authority" refers to the Indiana stadium and convention building authority created by IC 5-1-17.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-4
"Capital improvement board"
    
Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, "capital improvement board" means the capital improvement board of managers created by IC 36-10-9-3.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-5
Imposition; deadline; rate; conditions; ordinance
    
Sec. 5. (a) Except as provided in subsection (d), the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance not later than June 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the county.
    (b) Except as provided in subsection (d), if the county in which the municipality is located has adopted an ordinance imposing an excise tax under subsection (a), the fiscal body of a municipality may adopt an ordinance not later than September 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the municipality.
    (c) The rate of the tax imposed under this chapter equals one percent (1%) of the gross retail income on the transaction. With respect to an excise tax in the municipalities set forth in

IC 6-9-27-1(1) (Mooresville), IC 6-9-27-1(3) (Plainfield), IC 6-9-27-1(4) (Brownsburg), IC 6-9-27-1(5) (Avon), and IC 6-9-27-1(6) (Martinsville), the excise tax imposed by the county is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by those municipalities. With respect to an excise tax imposed by a county under subsection (a), the excise tax imposed by a municipality under subsection (b) is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by the county in which the municipality is located. For purposes of this chapter, the gross retail income received by the retail merchant from such a transaction does not include the amount of tax imposed on the transaction under IC 6-2.5, IC 6-9-27, or this chapter.
    (d) If the Marion County city-county council does not adopt all the ordinances required to be adopted by it under IC 5-1-17-25 on or before June 30, 2005, the counties and municipalities described in section 1 of this chapter are no longer subject to the provisions of this chapter. In that event, the fiscal body of the county or municipality may not adopt an ordinance to impose the excise tax authorized by this chapter, and any ordinance adopted by the fiscal body under subsection (a) or (b) is no longer effective.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-6
Transmission of ordinance to state
    
Sec. 6. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-7
Application to transactions
    
Sec. 7. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the food and beverage tax applies to transactions that occur after the last day of the month that succeeds the month in which the ordinance was adopted.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-8
Transactions taxed
    
Sec. 8. Except as provided in section 10 of this chapter, a tax imposed under section 5 of this chapter applies to any transaction in which food or beverage is furnished, prepared, or served:
        (1) for consumption at a location, or on equipment, provided by a retail merchant;
        (2) in the county or municipality, or both, in which the tax is imposed; and
        (3) by a retail merchant for consideration.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-9
Transactions taxed      Sec. 9. Transactions described in section 8(1) of this chapter include transactions in which food or beverage is:
        (1) served by a retail merchant off the merchant's premises;
        (2) food sold in a heated state or heated by a retail merchant;
        (3) two (2) or more food ingredients mixed or combined by a retail merchant for sale as a single item (other than food that is only cut, repackaged, or pasteurized by the seller, and eggs, fish, meat, poultry, and foods containing these raw animal foods requiring cooking by the consumer as recommended by the federal Food and Drug Administration in chapter 3, subpart 3-401.11 of its Food Code so as to prevent food borne illnesses); or
        (4) food sold with eating utensils provided by a retail merchant, including plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, cups, napkins, or straws (for purposes of this subdivision, a plate does not include a container or packaging used to transport the food).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-10
Transactions exempt
    
Sec. 10. The food and beverage tax under this chapter does not apply to the furnishing, preparing, or serving of any food or beverage in a transaction that is exempt, or to the extent exempt, from the state gross retail tax imposed by IC 6-2.5.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-11
Collection and payment; returns
    
Sec. 11. The county fiscal body may adopt an ordinance requiring that any tax imposed under this chapter be reported on forms approved by the county treasurer and that the tax be paid monthly to the county treasurer. If such an ordinance is adopted, the tax shall be paid to the county treasurer not more than twenty (20) days after the end of the month the tax is collected, and the county treasurer is responsible for collecting the tax and enforcing any of the provisions of IC 6-2.5 with respect to the tax. If such an ordinance is not adopted, the tax shall be imposed, paid, and collected in the same manner that the state gross retail tax is imposed, paid, and collected under IC 6-2.5. However, the return to be filed for the payment of the taxes may be made on separate returns or may be combined with the return filed for the payment of the state gross retail tax, as prescribed by the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-12
Tax revenue distributions
    
Sec. 12. (a) As long as there are any current or future obligations owed by the capital improvement board to the authority or any state agency under a lease or other agreement entered into between the capital improvement board and the authority or any state agency

pursuant to IC 5-1-17-26, fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the county treasurer, if the tax is being paid to the county treasurer, to the treasurer of state. This amount plus fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received by the state from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. The remainder that is received by the state shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. In any state fiscal year, if the total amount of the taxes imposed under this chapter by all the counties and paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under this subsection equals five million dollars ($5,000,000), the entire remainder of the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter during that state fiscal year shall be retained by the county treasurer or paid by the treasurer of state to the fiscal officer of the county, upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (b) If there are then existing no obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (c) The entire amount of the taxes paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under subsection (a) shall be deposited in a special fund and used only for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a). If the taxes are not used for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the taxes shall be returned by the capital improvement board to the treasurer of state who shall return the taxes to the respective counties that contributed the taxes.
    (d) The entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a municipality under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the municipality's fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-13
Food and beverage tax fund; deposits
    
Sec. 13. (a) If a tax is imposed under section 5 of this chapter, the county's or municipality's fiscal officer, or both, shall establish a food and beverage tax fund.
    (b) The fiscal officer shall deposit in the fund all amounts received by the fiscal officer under this chapter.
    (c) Any money earned from the investment of money in the fund becomes a part of the fund.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-14 Food and beverage tax fund; uses
    
Sec. 14. Money in the food and beverage tax fund shall be used by the county or municipality:
        (1) to reduce the county's or municipality's property tax levy for a particular year at the discretion of the county or municipality, but this use does not reduce the maximum permissible levy under IC 6-1.1-18.5 for the county or municipality; or
        (2) for any legal or corporate purpose of the county or municipality, including the pledge of money to bonds, leases, or other obligations under IC 5-1-14-4.
Revenue derived from the imposition of a tax under this chapter may be treated by a county or municipality as additional revenue for the purpose of fixing its budget for the budget year during which the revenues are to be distributed to the county or municipality.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-15
Tax repeal; ordinance
    
Sec. 15. (a) If there are no obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter then outstanding and there are no bonds, leases, or other obligations then outstanding for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the fiscal body may adopt an ordinance, after December 31, 2009, and before December 1, 2010, or any year thereafter, that repeals the ordinance adopted under section 5 of this chapter.
    (b) An ordinance adopted under subsection (a) takes effect January 1 immediately following the date of its adoption. If the fiscal body adopts such an ordinance, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
    (c) A tax imposed under this chapter terminates on January 1 of the year immediately following the year in which the last payment obligation of the capital improvement board is made with respect to any bond, lease, or other obligation described in section 12(a) of this chapter that existed on July 1, 2006.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-16
Payment of obligations; covenant with holders
    
Sec. 16. With respect to obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter and bonds, leases, or other obligations for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the general assembly covenants with the holders of these obligations that:
        (1) this chapter will not be repealed or amended in any manner that will adversely affect the imposition or collection of the tax imposed under this chapter; and
        (2) this chapter will not be amended in any manner that will change the purpose for which revenues from the tax imposed under this chapter may be used; as long as the payment of any of those obligations is outstanding.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Indiana > Title6 > Ar9 > Ch35

IC 6-9-35
     Chapter 35. Stadium and Convention Building Food and Beverage Tax Funding

IC 6-9-35-1
Application of chapter
    
Sec. 1. This chapter applies to Boone, Johnson, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Morgan, and Shelby counties (referred to as counties in this chapter) and to the cities or towns of Carmel, Fishers, Greenfield, Lebanon, Noblesville, Westfield, and Zionsville that are located in those counties (referred to as municipalities in this chapter).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-2
Application of definitions
    
Sec. 2. The definitions in IC 6-9-12-1 and IC 36-1-2 apply throughout this chapter.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-3
"Authority"
    
Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "authority" refers to the Indiana stadium and convention building authority created by IC 5-1-17.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-4
"Capital improvement board"
    
Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, "capital improvement board" means the capital improvement board of managers created by IC 36-10-9-3.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-5
Imposition; deadline; rate; conditions; ordinance
    
Sec. 5. (a) Except as provided in subsection (d), the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance not later than June 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the county.
    (b) Except as provided in subsection (d), if the county in which the municipality is located has adopted an ordinance imposing an excise tax under subsection (a), the fiscal body of a municipality may adopt an ordinance not later than September 30, 2005, to impose an excise tax, known as the food and beverage tax, on those transactions described in sections 8 and 9 of this chapter that occur anywhere within the municipality.
    (c) The rate of the tax imposed under this chapter equals one percent (1%) of the gross retail income on the transaction. With respect to an excise tax in the municipalities set forth in

IC 6-9-27-1(1) (Mooresville), IC 6-9-27-1(3) (Plainfield), IC 6-9-27-1(4) (Brownsburg), IC 6-9-27-1(5) (Avon), and IC 6-9-27-1(6) (Martinsville), the excise tax imposed by the county is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by those municipalities. With respect to an excise tax imposed by a county under subsection (a), the excise tax imposed by a municipality under subsection (b) is in addition to the food and beverage tax imposed by the county in which the municipality is located. For purposes of this chapter, the gross retail income received by the retail merchant from such a transaction does not include the amount of tax imposed on the transaction under IC 6-2.5, IC 6-9-27, or this chapter.
    (d) If the Marion County city-county council does not adopt all the ordinances required to be adopted by it under IC 5-1-17-25 on or before June 30, 2005, the counties and municipalities described in section 1 of this chapter are no longer subject to the provisions of this chapter. In that event, the fiscal body of the county or municipality may not adopt an ordinance to impose the excise tax authorized by this chapter, and any ordinance adopted by the fiscal body under subsection (a) or (b) is no longer effective.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-6
Transmission of ordinance to state
    
Sec. 6. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-7
Application to transactions
    
Sec. 7. If a fiscal body adopts an ordinance under section 5 of this chapter, the food and beverage tax applies to transactions that occur after the last day of the month that succeeds the month in which the ordinance was adopted.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-8
Transactions taxed
    
Sec. 8. Except as provided in section 10 of this chapter, a tax imposed under section 5 of this chapter applies to any transaction in which food or beverage is furnished, prepared, or served:
        (1) for consumption at a location, or on equipment, provided by a retail merchant;
        (2) in the county or municipality, or both, in which the tax is imposed; and
        (3) by a retail merchant for consideration.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-9
Transactions taxed      Sec. 9. Transactions described in section 8(1) of this chapter include transactions in which food or beverage is:
        (1) served by a retail merchant off the merchant's premises;
        (2) food sold in a heated state or heated by a retail merchant;
        (3) two (2) or more food ingredients mixed or combined by a retail merchant for sale as a single item (other than food that is only cut, repackaged, or pasteurized by the seller, and eggs, fish, meat, poultry, and foods containing these raw animal foods requiring cooking by the consumer as recommended by the federal Food and Drug Administration in chapter 3, subpart 3-401.11 of its Food Code so as to prevent food borne illnesses); or
        (4) food sold with eating utensils provided by a retail merchant, including plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, cups, napkins, or straws (for purposes of this subdivision, a plate does not include a container or packaging used to transport the food).
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-10
Transactions exempt
    
Sec. 10. The food and beverage tax under this chapter does not apply to the furnishing, preparing, or serving of any food or beverage in a transaction that is exempt, or to the extent exempt, from the state gross retail tax imposed by IC 6-2.5.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-11
Collection and payment; returns
    
Sec. 11. The county fiscal body may adopt an ordinance requiring that any tax imposed under this chapter be reported on forms approved by the county treasurer and that the tax be paid monthly to the county treasurer. If such an ordinance is adopted, the tax shall be paid to the county treasurer not more than twenty (20) days after the end of the month the tax is collected, and the county treasurer is responsible for collecting the tax and enforcing any of the provisions of IC 6-2.5 with respect to the tax. If such an ordinance is not adopted, the tax shall be imposed, paid, and collected in the same manner that the state gross retail tax is imposed, paid, and collected under IC 6-2.5. However, the return to be filed for the payment of the taxes may be made on separate returns or may be combined with the return filed for the payment of the state gross retail tax, as prescribed by the department of state revenue.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-12
Tax revenue distributions
    
Sec. 12. (a) As long as there are any current or future obligations owed by the capital improvement board to the authority or any state agency under a lease or other agreement entered into between the capital improvement board and the authority or any state agency

pursuant to IC 5-1-17-26, fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the county treasurer, if the tax is being paid to the county treasurer, to the treasurer of state. This amount plus fifty percent (50%) of the amounts received by the state from the taxes imposed under this chapter by counties shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. The remainder that is received by the state shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state. In any state fiscal year, if the total amount of the taxes imposed under this chapter by all the counties and paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under this subsection equals five million dollars ($5,000,000), the entire remainder of the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter during that state fiscal year shall be retained by the county treasurer or paid by the treasurer of state to the fiscal officer of the county, upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (b) If there are then existing no obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a county under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the county fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
    (c) The entire amount of the taxes paid to the treasurer of the capital improvement board or its designee under subsection (a) shall be deposited in a special fund and used only for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a). If the taxes are not used for the payment or to secure the payment of obligations of the capital improvement board described in subsection (a), the taxes shall be returned by the capital improvement board to the treasurer of state who shall return the taxes to the respective counties that contributed the taxes.
    (d) The entire amount received from the taxes imposed by a municipality under this chapter shall be paid monthly by the treasurer of state to the municipality's fiscal officer upon warrants issued by the auditor of state.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-13
Food and beverage tax fund; deposits
    
Sec. 13. (a) If a tax is imposed under section 5 of this chapter, the county's or municipality's fiscal officer, or both, shall establish a food and beverage tax fund.
    (b) The fiscal officer shall deposit in the fund all amounts received by the fiscal officer under this chapter.
    (c) Any money earned from the investment of money in the fund becomes a part of the fund.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-14 Food and beverage tax fund; uses
    
Sec. 14. Money in the food and beverage tax fund shall be used by the county or municipality:
        (1) to reduce the county's or municipality's property tax levy for a particular year at the discretion of the county or municipality, but this use does not reduce the maximum permissible levy under IC 6-1.1-18.5 for the county or municipality; or
        (2) for any legal or corporate purpose of the county or municipality, including the pledge of money to bonds, leases, or other obligations under IC 5-1-14-4.
Revenue derived from the imposition of a tax under this chapter may be treated by a county or municipality as additional revenue for the purpose of fixing its budget for the budget year during which the revenues are to be distributed to the county or municipality.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-15
Tax repeal; ordinance
    
Sec. 15. (a) If there are no obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter then outstanding and there are no bonds, leases, or other obligations then outstanding for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the fiscal body may adopt an ordinance, after December 31, 2009, and before December 1, 2010, or any year thereafter, that repeals the ordinance adopted under section 5 of this chapter.
    (b) An ordinance adopted under subsection (a) takes effect January 1 immediately following the date of its adoption. If the fiscal body adopts such an ordinance, the clerk shall immediately send a certified copy of the ordinance to the commissioner of the department of state revenue.
    (c) A tax imposed under this chapter terminates on January 1 of the year immediately following the year in which the last payment obligation of the capital improvement board is made with respect to any bond, lease, or other obligation described in section 12(a) of this chapter that existed on July 1, 2006.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

IC 6-9-35-16
Payment of obligations; covenant with holders
    
Sec. 16. With respect to obligations of the capital improvement board described in section 12(a) of this chapter and bonds, leases, or other obligations for which a pledge has been made under section 14 of this chapter, the general assembly covenants with the holders of these obligations that:
        (1) this chapter will not be repealed or amended in any manner that will adversely affect the imposition or collection of the tax imposed under this chapter; and
        (2) this chapter will not be amended in any manner that will change the purpose for which revenues from the tax imposed under this chapter may be used; as long as the payment of any of those obligations is outstanding.
As added by P.L.214-2005, SEC.44.

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