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DECLARED GOODS AS GOODS OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE IN INTER-STATE TRADE OR COMMERCE
 
 
Following goods have been declared goods of special importatnce in inter-state trade or commerce.-
  (i) cereals, that is to say,-
(i)
paddy (Oryza sativa L.)
(ii)
rice (Oryza sativa L.)
(iii)
wheat (Triticum vulgar, T. compactum, T. sphaerococcum, T. edurum, T. aestivum L.T. dicoccum);
(iv)
jowar or milo (sorghum vulgar Pers);
(v)
bajra (Pennisetum typhoideum L.);
(vi)
maize (Zea mays D.)
(vii)
ragi (eleusine coracana Gaerin.);
(viii)
kodon (paspalum scrobiulatum L.)
(ix)
kutki (Panicum miliare L.);
(x)
barley (Horderum vulgare L.)
  (ia)
coal including coke in all its forms, but excluding charcoal;
         Provided that during the period commencing on the 23rd day of February, 1967 and ending with the date of commencement of section 11 of the Central Sales Tax (Amendment) Act, 1972 (61 of 1972) this clause shall have effect subject to the modification that the words "but excluding charcoal" shall be omited;

  (ii)
cotton, that is to say all kinds of cotton (indigenous or imported) in its unmanufactured state, whether ginned or unginned, baled, pressed or otherwise, but not including cotton waste;
  (iia)
cotton fabrics covered under heading Nos. 52.05, 52.06, 52.07, 52.08, 52.09, 52.10, 52.11, 52.12, 58.01, 58.02, 58.03, 58.04, 58.05,58.06, 59.01, 59.03, 59.05, 59.06 and 60.01 of the Schedule to the Central Exercise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1986);
  (iib) cotton yarn, but not including cotton yarn waste;
  (iic)
crude oil, that is to say crude petroleum oils and crude oils obtained from bituminous minerals (such as shale, calcareous rock, sand), whatever their composition, whether obtained from normal or condensation oil-deposits or by the destructive distillation of bituminous minerals and whether or not subjected to all or any of the following processes:-
(1) decantation;
(2) de-salting;
(3) dehydration;
(4) stabilisation in order to normalise the vapour pressure;
(5)
selimination of very light fractions with a view to returning them to the oil-deposits in order to improve the drainage and maintain the pressure;
(6)
the addition of only those hydrocarbons previously recovered by physical methods during the course of the abovementioned processes;
(7)
any other minor process (including addition of pour point depressants or flow improvers) which does not change the essential character of the substance;
  (iid)
Aviation Turbine Fuel sold to a Turbo-Prop Aircraft.
Explanation.- For the purposes of this clause, "Turbo-Prop Aircraft" means an aircraft deriving thrust, mainly from propeller, which may be driven by either turbine engine or piston engine;

  (iii)
hides and skins, whether in a raw or dressed state;
  (iv)
iron and steel, that is to say,-
(i)
pig iron, sponge iron and cast iron including ingot moulds, bottom plates, iron scrap, cost iron scrap, runner scrap and iron skull scrap;
(ii)
steel semis (ingots, slabs, blooms and billets of all qualities, shapes and sizes);
(iii)
skelp bars, tin bars, sheet bars, hoe-bars and sleeper bars;
(iv)
steel bars (rounds, rods, squares, flat, octagons and hexagons, plain and ribbed or twisted, in coil form as well as straight lengths];
(v)
steel structurals (angles, joists, channels, tees, sheet piling sections, Z-sections or any other rolled sections);
(vi)
sheets, hoops, strips and skelp, both black and galvanised, hot and cold rolled, plain and corrugated, in all qualities, in straight lengths and in coil form, as rolled and in rivetted condition;
(vii)
plates both plain and chequered in all qualities;
(viii)
discs, rings, forgings and steel castings;
(ix)
tool, alloy and special steels of any of the above categories;
(x)
steel melting scrap in all forms including steel skull, turnings and borings;
(xi)
steel tubes, both welded and seamless, of all diameters and lengths including tube fittings;
(xii)
tin-plates, both hot dipped and electrolytic and tin free plates;
(xiii)
fish plate bars, bearing plate bars, crossing sleeper bars, fish plates, bearing plates, crossing sleepers and pressed steel sleepers, rails--heavy and light crane rails;
(xiv)
wheels, tyres, axles and wheel sets;
(xv)
wire rods and wires-rolled, drawn, galvanised, aluminised, tinned or coated such as by copper;
(xvi)
defectives, rejects, cuttings, or end pieces of any of the above categories;
  (v)
jute, that is to say, the fibre extracted from plants belonging to the species corchorus capsularies and corchorus olitorius and the fibre known as mesta or bimli extracted from plants of the species Hibiscus cannabinus and Hibiscus sabdariffa-Varaltissima and the fibre known as sunn or sunn-hemp extracted from plants of the species Crotalaria juncea whether baled or otherwise;
  (va)

liquefied petroleum gas for domestic use;

  (vi) oilseeds, that is to say,-
(i)
groundnut or peanut (Arachis hypogaea);
(ii)
sesamum or til (Sesamum orientale);
(iii)
cotton seed (Gossypium Spp);
(iv)
soyabean (Glycine seja);
(v)
rapeseed and mustard-
(1)
toria (Brassica campestris var toria);
(2)
rai (Brassica juncea);
(3)
jamba-taramira (Eruca Satiya),
(4)
sarson, yellow and brown (Brassica campestris var sarson),
(5)
banarasi rai or true mustard (Brassica nigra);
(vi)
linseed (Linum usitatissimum);
(vii)
castor (Ricinus communis);
(viii)
coconut (i.e., copra excluding tender coconuts) (coconucifera);
(ix)
sunflower (Helianthus annus);
(x)
nigar seed (Guizotia abyssinica);
(xi)
neem, vepa (Azadirachta indica),
(xii)
mahua, illupai, ippe (Madhuca indica M. Latifolia, Bassia, Latifolia and Madhuca longifolia syn, Md. Longifolia);
(xiii)
karanja, pongam, honga (Pongamia pinnata syn. P. Glabra;
(xiv)
kusum (schleichera oleosa, syn. S. Trijuga);
(xv)
punna, Undi (Calophyllum inophyllum);
(xvi)
kokum (Carcinia indica);
(xvii)
sal (Shorea rebbusta);
(xviii)
tung (Aleurites fordii and A. montana),
(xix)
red palm (Elaeis guinensis);
(xx)
safflower (Carthanus tinctorius);]
  (via)
pulses, that is to say,-
(i)
gram or gulab gram (Cicerarietinum L.);
(ii)
tur or arhar (Cajanus cajan);
(iii)
moong or green gram (Phaseolus aureus);
(iv)
masur or lentil (Lens esculemta Moench, Lens culinarie Medic.);
(v)
urad or black gram (Phaseolus mungo);
(vi)
moth (Phaseolus aconitifolius Jacq);
(vii)
lakh or khesari (Lathyrus sativus L.);]
  (vii)
man-made fabrics covered under heading Nos. 54.08, 54.09, 54.10, 54.11, 54.12, 55.07, 55.08, 55.09, 55.10, 55.11, 55.12, 58.01, 58.02, 58.03, 58.04, 58.05, 58.06, 59.01, 59.02,59.03, 59.05,59.06, and 60.01 of the schedule to the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1986)
  (viii)
sugar covered under sub-heading Nos. 1701.20,1701.31,1701.39, and 1702.11 of the Schedule to the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1986);
  (ix)
Omitted w.e.f. April 01, 2007
  (x)

woven fabrics of wool covered under heading Nos. 51.06, 51.07, 58.01, 58.02, 58.03 and 58.05 of the Schedule to the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1985).

 

 

     
Comments
          Chapter IV of the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 contains sections 14 and 15 of the Act. The Parliament has enacted these sections in exercise of its powers under sub-clause (a) of clause (3) of article 286 of the Indian Constitution. Clause (3) of article 286 of the Constitution runs as under:
(3)
Any law of a State shall, in so far as it imposes, or authorise the imposition of,-
  (a)
a tax on the sale or purchase of goods declared by Parliament by law to be of special importance in inter-State trade or commerce; or
  (b)
a tax on the sale or purchase of goods, being a tax of the nature referred to in sub-clause (b), sub-clause (c) or sub clause (d) of clause (29A) of article 366,
   
 
be subject to such restrictions and conditions in regard to the system of levy, rates and other incidents of the tax as Parliament may by law specify.

          In section 14 of the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956, the Parliament has enlisted the goods which have been declared "Goods of special impotance in inter-state trade or commerce. Section 15 of the Act provides restrictions and conditions on sale or purchase of declared goods within a State.