(Added by Ord. No. 178,101, Eff. 1/9/07.)
(a) For every person engaged in business providing miscellaneous services as an Advertising Agency, Aircraft Support Contractor, Apparel Subcontractor, Bookbinder, Check Cashing Service, Drapery Subcontractor, Heat Treater, Mailing Service, Metal Plater, Music Teacher, Public Relations Agency, Refuse Contractor, Shoe Shining Stand, Parlor Operator, Silk Screen Apparel Subcontractor, Temporary Help Agency, Ticket Seller, Travel Agency, Typesetter or Wire Terminator, Tax Rate E, as set forth in Section 21.33(e), shall be applicable.
(b) For purposes of this section, the following terms are defined as follows:
Miscellaneous Services means any person engaged in business as an advertising agency, aircraft support contractor, apparel subcontractor, bookbinder, check cashing service, drapery subcontractor, heat treater, mailing service, metal plater, music teacher, public relations agency, refuse contractor, shoe shining stand or parlor operator, silk screen apparel subcontractor, temporary help agency, ticket seller, travel agency, typesetter or wire terminator.
Advertising Agency means any person who engages in the business of advertisement counseling, including the writing, composing, designing and placement of advertisements for clients, regardless of the advertising media employed; provided however that the extent the person employs the use of his or her own media, he or she shall not be considered an advertising agency with regard to either the promotion or placement of advertisements in that media.
Aircraft Support Contractor means any person who engages in the business of furnishing ground support services to airline carriers, including the providing of ramp services, baggage and freight handling services, ticket services, mechanical services, fueling services or other similar services normally performed at an airport.
Apparel Subcontractor means any person who engages in the business of cutting, sewing, or fabricating any clothing, wearing apparel, garment, or similar material belonging to an apparel manufacturer or pursuant to a contract with another apparel subcontractor.
Bookbinder means any person engaged in the business of binding books.
Check Cashing Service means any person engaged in the business of cashing payroll checks, for a fee or charge and for every person whose business consists in whole or in part of cashing checks for others for a fee or charge.
Drapery Subcontractor means any person who engages in the business of cutting, sewing, or fabricating any draperies, curtains, or similar material belonging to a drapery manufacturer, drapery jobber, or drapery seller, or pursuant to a contract with another drapery subcontractor.
Heat Treater means any person who engages in the business of changing the hardness and/or strength of metal materials of another by controlled heat process methods.
Mailing Service means any person who engages in the business of preparing printed matter for mailing (such as, by sorting, collating, tying, inserting, addressing, and metering), mailing the printed matter, or providing (without selling), advising as to, compiling, or maintaining lists of persons, businesses, or locations for use in mailing printed matter.
Metal Plater means any person who engages in the business of plating, anodizing or galvanizing metal articles of another electrolysis or any other plating process.
Music Teacher means any person who engages in the business of teaching music.
Public Relation Agency means any person who engages in the business of promoting rapport and goodwill between a person and other persons, special publics, or the community at large through the distribution of interpretative material, the development of neighborly interchange and the assessment of public reaction.
Refuse Contractor means any person who engages in the business of hauling refuse.
Shoe Shining Stand or Parlor Operator means any person who engages in the business of operating or maintaining a shoe shining stand or parlor.
Silk Screen Apparel Subcontractor means any person who engages in the business of performing silk screen printing work upon any clothing, wearing apparel, garment, or similar material belonging to an apparel manufacturer or pursuant to a contract with another silk screen apparel subcontractor.
Temporary-Help Agency means any person engaged in the business of supplying his employees to others on a temporary basis, provided however that this term does not include an agency for the brokerage of labor for a fee to be paid either by the applicant for employment or the prospective employer.
Ticket Seller means any person, who engages in the business of selling rights, evidenced by tickets, which entitle the purchaser to view, hear and/or attend a theatrical, cultural, sporting or similar event and who does not sponsor, promote, produce or contribute to the event. Ticket seller includes persons selling rights on their own account and persons selling rights as broker or agent for another person.
Travel Agency means any person who engages in business as a broker of travel services, and who arranges for transportation, tours, lodging facilities, food, entertainment, and other similar accommodations or related services.
Typesetter means any person who, as a typesetter, compositor, typographer, or type founder, engages in the business of setting type for another by hand, cold type process, hot metal process, photographic process, or any other similar mechanical or photochemical "type assembly" process.
Wire Terminator means any person who engages in the business of connecting components and circuits of electronic panels of another configured wiring by means of fully automatic equipment.
As used in this section, the term "gross receipts" includes all receipts included by the provisions of Subsection (a) of Section 21.00 of this article. In the case of persons acting as agents or brokers for another person, the term gross receipts includes and excludes, respectively, those receipts that are included and excluded under Subdivision 6. of Subsection (c) of Section 21.49, Professions and Occupations; provided, however, that with regard to a person engaged in business as a Travel Agency the cost of transportation, tours, lodging facilities, food, entertainment, and other similar accommodations or services shall be deemed to be the legal obligation of the recipient.