Title 56 IDES RULES Part 2732
3) Delivery or distribution to the "ultimate consumer" does not include the delivery or distribution for sale or
resale, including but not limited to distribution to a newsrack or newsbox, salesperson, newsstand or retail
establishment. Delivery or distribution to the "ultimate consumer" does not include the distribution for further
distribution regardless of subsequent sale or resale.
Example: Delivery of a single newspaper to a restaurant owner who allows his customers to read the paper
is delivery to the ultimate consumer.
Example: Delivery of several copies of a newspaper to a restaurant which provides a complimentary
morning newspaper for its customers is not delivery to the ultimate consumer.
b) Section 225(C) of the Act shall apply only to services performed on or after September 22, 1992.
c) Section 225(C) of the Act shall apply to a "delivery agent" who delivers the newspaper or shopping news to the
ultimate consumer through one or more agents or carriers.
Example: Newspaper A contracts with an individual to deliver its newspapers in a specified area. This
individual hires several adult motor route carriers to actually deliver the newspaper. Section 225(C) applies to
both the individual and the adult motor route carriers because they are delivering newspapers to the ultimate
d) For Section 225(C) of the Act to apply, the majority (more than 50%) of the individual's deliveries of the newspaper
or shopping news must be to the ultimate consumer. The majority of deliveries is determined by the number of
establishments where deliveries are made, not by the number of newspapers or shopping news delivered to the
Example: An individual has a large newspaper distribution route. On this route, 40% of his deliveries are to
homes or apartments. The remaining 60% are delivered to stores, restaurants, newsstands and other retail
establishments for retail sale. Section 225(C) does not apply to this individual.
Example: An individual delivers newspapers to twenty single family homes and to one drugstore. Each home
receives one newspaper while fifty newspapers are delivered to the drugstore for resale. Because the number of
establishments not the number of newspapers determines the majority of deliveries, the individual makes the
majority of his deliveries to the ultimate consumer.
(Source: Added at 17 Ill. Reg. 8809, effective June 2, 1993)
Section 2732.230 Domestic Service
a) For purposes of applying Sections 211.5 and 215 of the Act (Ill. Rev. Stat. 1991, ch. 48, pars. 321.5 and 325) [820
ILCS 405/211.5 and 215], the following terms have the meanings set forth below:
1) A "private home" is the fixed place of abode of the individual or family for whom the worker is performing
services. A separate and distinct dwelling unit maintained by an individual as a residence, such as a hotel room,
boat or trailer, can be a "private home". A room or suite in a nursing home can be a "private home", provided
that the facts and circumstances of the particular case indicate that such room or suite is, in fact, the place where
the individual retains his residence. A home utilized primarily for the purpose of supplying board or lodging to
the public as a business enterprise is not a "private home".
A) Example: An individual who travels to the home of the child's parents to provide babysitting services for a
child is performing services in a private home, while an individual who provides babysitting services in her
own home would not be performing services in a private home.
B) Example: A worker who provides cooking services in a bed and breakfast establishment wherein the owner
resides is not performing services in a private home.
2) A "local college club" or "local chapter of a college fraternity or sorority" does not include an alumni club or
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