210.11 Refunds; sales of stamps and payment of tax.—Whenever any cigarettes upon which stamps have been placed, or upon which the tax has been paid by metering machine, have been sold and shipped into another state for sale or use therein, or have become unfit for use and consumption or unsalable, or have been destroyed, the dealer involved shall be entitled to a refund or credit of the actual amount of the tax paid with respect to such cigarettes less any discount allowed by the division in the sale of the stamps or payment of the tax by metering machine, upon receipt of satisfactory evidence of the dealer’s right to receive such refund or credit, provided application for refund or credit is made within 9 months of the date the cigarettes were shipped out of the state, became unfit, or were destroyed. Only the division shall sell, or offer for sale, any stamp or stamps issued under this part. The division may redeem unused stamps lawfully in the possession of any person. The division may prescribe necessary rules and regulations concerning refunds, credits, sales of stamps, and redemptions under the provisions of this part. Appropriation is hereby made out of revenues collected under this part for payment of such allowances.
History.—s. 8, ch. 21946, 1943; s. 9, ch. 22645, 1945; s. 1, ch. 26320, 1949; s. 5, ch. 29884, 1955; ss. 16, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 9, ch. 79-11; s. 2, ch. 85-294; s. 8, ch. 87-86; s. 2, ch. 88-308.