Every person, copartnership, association or corporation engaged in the retail sale
of liquid fuels, as defined by law for purposes of taxation, shall state and post
on each pump or other dispensing unit from which liquid fuels are sold to the public
a sign or placard, not less than ten inches in height and twelve inches in width nor
larger than twelve inches in height and twelve inches in width, stating clearly and
legibly, in letters and numbers of uniform size and coloring, the selling price per
gallon of liquid fuels so sold or offered for sale from such pump or other dispensing
unit, together with the name, symbol, trade name, brand or mark of such liquid fuel;
and if the seller uses a grade or quality classification in marketing liquid fuel,
such grade or quality classification shall be also stated thereon. In stating the price at which the liquid fuels are sold or offered for sale per
gallon, there shall be stated separately, on such sign or placard, the amount of State
tax per gallon, the amount of federal tax per gallon, and the amount other than taxes
charged for liquid fuels per gallon, and the total of these amounts. No sign or placard showing the price or prices of liquid fuels sold or offered for
sale or relating to price or prices, other than the signs or placards hereinbefore
provided for, shall be posted or displayed on the premises on which liquid fuels are
sold or offered for sale or any other place or places adjacent thereto, unless the
signs or placards shall be similar as to size, uniformity and coloring of figures
and lettering to the sign, signs or placard posted on the pump or pumps or other dispensing
devices, and which shall be visible to the public: Provided, however, That when the
total selling price to be paid is clearly shown and displayed on a quantity computing
device or calculator attached to the pump from which such gasoline is sold or offered
for sale, such posting of price thereon shall be considered sufficient compliance
with this section. The Department of Revenue is hereby authorized to make regulations for the enforcement
of this act.
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