S.C. Code Regs. 117-300.5 - Fairs, Carnivals, Concessionaires at Athletic Stands and Other Public Exhibitions

Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 9, September 24, 2021

Operators of fairs, carnivals and concessionaire at athletic stands and other public exhibitions sell tangible personal property from booths which they operate. These sales are subject to the tax which must be remitted by the operator who controls or directs the management of such booths. The single retail license shall cover sales of tangible personal property made from all stands under the immediate management or control of each operator. A separate license will not be required for each change of location provided the operator furnishes the department an itinerary giving a schedule of locations and dates.

Persons conducting games of chance or skills at fairs, carnivals, circuses and other public exhibitions who deliver merchandise as prizes are deemed consumers of such articles. Property for use as outlined above purchased from without the state is subject to the tax based upon the reasonable and fair market value thereof at the time and place where used. The term "reasonable and fair market value" shall mean the retail selling price of the particular property involved in the absence of affirmative proof to the contrary. The taxable event in such cases occurs at the time of withdrawal of such property for use as prizes or gifts. Purchases in this state, of tangible personal property to be used as gifts or prizes, are subject to the sales tax. The purchaser thereof must pay his supplier the tax.

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S.C. Code Regs. 117-300.5

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