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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, Petitioner, v. WILLIAM WRIGLEY, JRโ€‹., CO. Supreme Court. U.S. S.


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It later reaffirmed this decision, with one commissioner dissenting, after the County Circuit Court vacated the original order on procedural grounds. For example, employing salesmen to repair or service the company's products is not part of the "solicitation of orders," since there is good reason to get that done whether or not the company has a sales force. Kroyer claimed income tax deductions for this office, but Wrigley did not reimburse him for it, though it provided a filing cabinet. For that matter, is it "essential" to solicit in person? Wrigley did not own or lease real property in Wisconsin, did not operate any manufacturing, training, or warehouse facility, and did not have a telephone listing or bank account. In , petitioner Wisconsin Department of Revenue concluded that the company's in-state business activities during the years had been sufficient to support imposition of a franchise tax, and issued a tax assessment on a percentage of the company's apportionable income for those years. The issue in this case is whether respondent's activities in Wisconsin fell outside the protection of this provision. The statutory phrase should not be interpreted narrowly to cover only actual requests for purchases or the actions that are absolutely essential to making those requests, but includes the entire process associated with inviting an order. Minnesota, U. During the relevant period , the Midwestern district included a Milwaukee region, covering most of Wisconsin and parts of other States, which was subdivided into several geographic territories. In any case, we do not regard respondent's proposed approach to be an accurate characterization of the Wisconsin Supreme Court's opinion.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} That decision was particularly significant because, unlike the Iowa cement company in Northwestern States, the Kentucky liquor company in Brown-Forman did not lease or own any real estate in the taxing state. The cement company's contacts with Minnesota were otherwise very limited; it had no bank account, real property, or warehoused merchandise in the State. At the other extreme, Wrigley urges that we adopt a broad interpretation of "solicitation" which it describes as having been adopted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court based on that court's reading of cases in Pennsylvania and New York, see Wis. It seems to us evident that "solicitation of orders" embraces request-related activity that is not even, strictly speaking, essential, or else it would not cover salesmen's driving on the State's roads, spending the night in the State's hotels, or displaying within the State samples of their product. News , pp. Rather, its activities were limited to. Both Brown-Forman where the salesman assisted wholesalers in obtaining suitable displays for whiskey at retail stores and International Shoe where hotel rooms were used to display shoes would be decided as they were before, upholding the taxation. According to Wrigley, this would treat as "solicitation of orders" any activities that are "ordinary and necessary 'business activities' accompanying the solicitation process" or are "routinely associated with deploying a sales force to conduct the solicitation, so long as there is no office, plant, warehouse or inventory in the State. Although Wrigley engaged in print, radio, and television advertising in Wisconsin, the purchase and placement of that advertising was managed by an independent advertising agency located in Chicago. FMC Corp. Tax Rptr. Commonwealth, Pa. In , petitioner Wisconsin Department of Revenue concluded that respondent's in-state business activities during the years in question had been sufficient to support imposition of a franchise tax. We granted the State's petition for certiorari, U. The regional manager of the Milwaukee region resided in Wisconsin, but Wrigley did not provide him with a company office. When visiting a retail account, Wrigley's sales representative would also check the retailer's stock of gum for freshness, and would replace stale gum at no cost to the retailer. We hardly think the statute had in mind only day-trips into the taxing jurisdiction by empty-handed drummers on foot. The representative would issue an "agency stock check" to the retailer, indicating the quantity supplied; he would send a copy of this to the Chicago office or to the wholesaler, and the retailer would ultimately be billed by the wholesaler in the proper amount. Of course the phrase "solicitation of orders" ought to be accorded a consistent meaning within the section, see Sorenson v. They were provided with company cars, but not with offices. Kingsley, N. It is obviously impossible to make a request without some accompanying action, such as placing a phone call or driving a car to the customer's location. Wrigley objected to the assessment, maintaining that its Wisconsin activities were limited to "solicitation of orders" within the meaning of 15 U. Fontenot, La. After accumulating a sufficient amount of stale product, the representative either would ship it back to Wrigley's Chicago office or would dispose of it at a local Wisconsin landfill. One might argue that the necessity of special permission for an office establishes that the phrase "solicitation of orders" covers only the actual requests for purchases or, at most, the actions absolutely essential to making those requests. See United States Tobacco Co. We think, however, that would be an unreasonable reading of the text. The new racks were usually filled from the retailer's existing stock of Wrigley gum, but it would sometimes happenโ€”perhaps once a monthโ€”that the retailer had no Wrigley products on hand and did not want to wait until they could be ordered from the wholesaler. All Wisconsin orders were sent to Chicago for acceptance, and were filled by shipment through common carrier from outside the State. State Tax Comm'n, 56 App. The manager from to , John Kroyer, generally held these meetings in the "office" he maintained in the basement of his home, whereas his successor, Gary Hecht, usually held them at a hotel or motel. Credit and collection activities were similarly handled by the Chicago office. We reject this "routinely-associated-with-solicitation" or "customarily-performed-by-salesmen" approach, since it converts a standard embracing only a particular activity "solicitation" into a standard embracing all activities routinely conducted by those who engage in that particular activity "salesmen". Holliday, U. They also received complaints about goods that had been lost or damaged in shipment, and forwarded these back to Iowa for further instructions. Two months later, we denied certiorari in another Louisiana case upholding the imposition of state tax on the income of an out-of-state corporation that neither leased nor owned real property in Louisiana and whose only activities in that State "consist[ed] of the regular and systematic solicitation of orders for its product by fifteen salesmen. After an evidentiary hearing, the Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission unanimously upheld the imposition of the tax. Ultimately, the State Supreme Court disallowed the imposition of the tax. See Webster's Third New International Dictionary 22 defining "activity" as "an occupation, pursuit, or recreation in which a person is activeโ€”often used in pl. Carver, U. South Carolina Tax Comm'n, U. Although the regional manager's recruitment, training, and evaluation of employees and intervention in credit disputes, as well as the company's use of hotels and homes for sales-related meetings, must be viewed as ancillary to requesting purchases, the sales representatives' practices of replacing retailers' stale gum without cost, of occasionally using "agency stock checks" to sell gum to retailers who had agreed to install new display racks, and of storing gum for these purposes at home or in rented space cannot be so viewed, since those activities constituted independent business functions quite separate from the requesting of orders and respondent had a business purpose for engaging in them whether or not it employed a sales force. CCH Wis. Secretary of the Treasury, U. He would, for example, provide free display racks to retailers perhaps several on any given day , and would seek to have these new racks, as well as pre-existing ones, prominently located. Collector of Revenue, La. In Heublein, Inc. Moreover, the nonimmune activities, when considered together, are not de minimis. Thus, for example, a salesman who extols the virtues of his company's product to the retailer of a competitive brand is engaged in "solicitation" even if he does not come right out and ask the retailer to buy some. On the other hand, the statutory phrase should not be interpreted broadly to include all activities that are routinely, or even closely, associated with solicitation or customarily performed by salesmen. We address these issues in turn. Commonwealth, supra; Gillette Co. The district manager for the Midwestern district had his residence and company office in Illinois, and visited Wisconsin only six to nine days each year, usually for a sales meeting or to call on a particularly important account. In addition to handing out promotional materials and free samples, and directly requesting orders of Wrigley products, he would engage in a number of other activities which Wrigley asserts were designed to promote sales of its products. On a typical day, the sales representative would load up the company car with a supply of display racks and several cases of gum, and would visit accounts within his territory. The key question in this case is whether, and to what extent, "solicitation of orders" covers activities that neither explicitly nor implicitly propose a sale. Kimberly-Clark Corp. We nonetheless rejected Commerce Clause and due process challenges to the tax:. Although our refusals to disturb the Louisiana Supreme Court's decisions in Brown-Forman and International Shoe did not themselves have any legal significance, see Hopfmann v. Section a of Public Law , 73 Stat. Respondent objected to the assessment of that tax, maintaining that it was immune under 15 U. And limiting it to acts "essential" for making requests would engender endless uncertainty, contrary to the whole purpose of the statute. The sales or "field" representatives in the Milwaukee region, each of whom was assigned his own territory, resided in Wisconsin. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}During , respondent chewing gum manufacturer, which is based in Chicago, sold its products in Wisconsin through a sales force consisting of a regional manager and various "field" representatives, all of whom engaged in various activities in addition to requesting orders from customers. Brown-Forman Distillers Corp. Within months after our actions in these three cases, Congress responded to the concerns that had been expressed by enacting Public Law , which established what the relevant section heading referred to as a "minimum standard" for imposition of a state net-income tax based on solicitation of interstate sales:. Thus, providing a car and a stock of free samples to salesmen is part of the "solicitation of orders," because the only reason to do it is to facilitate requests for purchases. Kroyer also intervened two or three times a year to help arrange a solution to credit disputes between the Chicago office and important local accounts. AMF Beaird, Inc. See also Indiana Dept. Those activities that the company would have reason to engage in anyway but chooses to allocate to its in-state sales force are not covered. The opinion in Northwestern States was handed down in February Less than a week later, we granted a motion to dismiss apparently on mootness grounds the appeal of a Louisiana Supreme Court decision that had rejected due process and Commerce Clause challenges to the imposition of state net-income taxes based on local solicitation of orders that were sent out-of-state for approval and shipping. In that event, the rack would be filled from the stock of gum in the salesman's car. While their relative magnitude was not large compared to respondent's other Wisconsin operations, they constituted a nontrivial additional connection with the State. Wrigley had never filed tax returns or paid taxes in Wisconsin; indeed, it was not licensed to do business in that State. Section a 1 confers immunity from state income taxes on any company whose "only business activities" in that State consist of "solicitation of orders" for interstate sales. We think it evident that in this statute the term includes, not just explicit verbal requests for orders, but also any speech or conduct that implicitly invites an order. Based in Chicago, it sells gum nationwide through a marketing system that divides the country into districts, regions, and territories. Code Cong. Wisconsin orders were sent to Chicago for acceptance, and were filled by shipment through common carrier from outside the State. The remainder of his time was devoted to administrative activities, including writing and reviewing company reports, recruiting new sales representatives, making recommendations to the district manager concerning the hiring, firing, and compensation of sales representatives, and evaluating their performance. Connolly, U. Is it "essential" to use a company car, or to take a taxi, in order to conduct in-person solicitation? Hecht testified that he never engaged in such activities, although Wrigley's formal position description for regional sales manager continued to list as one of the assigned duties "[r]epresent[ing] the company on credit problems as necessary. The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a unanimous opinion, reversed yet once again, thus finally disallowing the Wisconsin tax. He would preside at full-day sales strategy meetings for all regional sales representatives once or twice a year.