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In either case, to the extent that the finished goods are consumed in a State other than the one which taxes the raw material, the increase in cost on account of the tax is a matter of direct concern to the consumer of another State. Such cases of intra-State sales should appropriately be brought under the full control of the Union. These recommendations of the Commission had been generally accepted by all the State Governments. The object of this Bill was to give effect to the recommendations of the Commission as regards the amendment of the constitutional provisions relating to sales tax.

51 lakh to the Travancore Devaswom Fund should continue as an obligation of the United State. This arrangement was confirmed by article 238(10) (ii) of the Constitution. It was proposed that the existing arrangement should be continued even after the formation of the new State of Kerala, but the contribution to the Travancore Devaswom Board from the Consolidated Fund of that State should, in view of the transfer of territory from TravancoreCochin to Madras, be reduced from Rs. 51 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh.

The new clause expressly empowers Parliament to formulate by the principles for determining when a sale or purchase of goods takes place in the course of inter-State trade or commerce. The Explanation from clause (1) of article 286 has been omitted and clause (2) of the article has been substituted to empower Parliament to formulate principles for determining when a sale or purchase of goods takes place (a) outside a State, or (b) in the course of import or (c) in the course of export. Further, under the revised clause (3) of article 286, Parliament will have the power to declare by law the goods which are of special importance to inter-State trade or commerce and also to specify the restrictions and conditions to which any State law (whether made before or after the Parliamentary law) would be subject in regard to the system of levy, rates and other incidents of the tax on the sale or purchase of those goods.

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