Section 40-12-77

Coal and coke dealers - Not maintaining yards.

Each person, other than those qualifying under Section 40-12-76, engaged in selling, distributing, or hauling or delivering coal or coke by truck or other vehicle, whether as dealer, employee, agent, broker, sales agent, or mining company who sells, hauls, or delivers direct from mine or plant to consumer shall pay a privilege license tax on the first truck or other vehicle used in said business of $15, and on each additional truck or vehicle $3, but the provisions of this section shall not apply to persons whose inventory and sales are in quantities of not more than one ton, and in no event shall this license be issued for less than one year, such license to be in addition to the regular motor vehicle license. Each such person shall register each truck or other vehicle so used in such business in the county in the office collecting and issuing licenses.

(Acts 1935, No. 194, p. 256; Code 1940, T. 51, §489.)