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8125.0200 TERMINAL RECORDS AND REPORTS.

Subpart 1.

Terminal defined.

As used herein, the word "terminal" shall mean a facility for storage of petroleum products which have not theretofore been received in this state by a licensed distributor.

Subp. 2.

Records and terminal reports.

All operators of terminals in this state shall keep a true and accurate record of all petroleum products delivered into and withdrawn from their terminal. A terminal report on a form approved by the commissioner shall be filed for each month showing receipts, disbursements, and inventories.

Subp. 3.

Manifests to be furnished.

A manifest or a bill of lading shall be issued for each withdrawal from a terminal in this state at the time of such withdrawal. Manifests or bills of lading shall show the following information: state tax number, date shipped, name of carrier, origin (point of loading), name of supplier, name and address of distributor who will report and pay the tax (consignee), destination, kind of product, and number of gallons. The state tax number may be the manifest or bill of lading number if designated as the state tax number. The required information contained in the manifest or bill of lading shall be filed with the commissioner either as a legible duplicate copy of each manifest or bill of lading, or in any other format approved by the commissioner. The commissioner will approve alternative formats provided they contain the required information and are presented in an organized and readable manner.

No petroleum product shall be loaded into a tank car, the cargo tank of a tank truck, or a truck transport at any terminal located outside the state for shipment to a Minnesota destination unless the distributor who will report and pay the tax (consignee) shall require that a manifest or bill of lading be issued showing the following information: state tax number, date shipped, name of carrier, origin (point of loading), name of supplier, name and address of consignee, destination, kind of product, and number of gallons. The state tax number may be the manifest or bill of lading number if designated as the state tax number. The required information contained in the manifest or bill of lading shall be filed with the commissioner either as a legible duplicate copy of each manifest or bill of lading, or in any other format approved by the commissioner. The commissioner will approve alternative formats provided they contain the required information and are presented in an organized and readable manner.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 270.06; 270C.06; 296.27; 296A.02

History:

17 SR 351; L 2005 c 151 art 1 s 114

Published Electronically:

November 14, 2006