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PUBLIC LAW 90-450-AUG. 2, 1968
majority and minority rooms of the House of Representatives for use in the operation of such rooms, and sales of materials and services made by such clerks in connection with the operation of such rooHOS."; (2) by amending paragraph (i) to read as follows: "(i) Sales of food, beverages, and other goods made to any person for use in the operation of the majority and minority cloakrooms of the House of Representatives and sales of such food, beverages, and other goods made by such person in connection with the operation of such cloakrooms."; and (3) by redesignating paragraph (r) as paragraph (q). ^i s*^' 276; (b) Paragraph (d) of such section 128, added by paragraph (1) D.c^.^codt 47of subsection (a) of this section, shall apply with respect to sales of 2605. materials and services made on or after January 1, 1961. Effective date. SEC. 306. Section 201(b)(2) of the District of Columbia Use Tax J^R^^^J ^^^^ „ Act (D.C. Code, sec. 47-2701, par. 1 (b)(2)) is amended to read as exemption.^^ ^' follows:
63 Stat. 125.
"(2) Sales of transportation and communication services other than sales of local telephone service." SEC. 307. The last sentence of section 212 of the District of Columbia Use Tax Act (D.C. Code, sec. 47-2702) is amended to read as follows: "The rate of the tax imposed by this section shall be 4 per centum of the sales price of the tangible personal property or services rendered or sold, except that the rate of tax with respect to sales of food for human consumption off the premises where such food is sold shall be 1 per centum of the sales price of such sales." SEC. 308. Except as provided in section 305(b), the amendments made by this title shall take effect on the first day of the first month which begins on or after the thirtieth day after the date of enactment of this Act. The imposition of sales tax on local telephone service shall be applicable to the sales price or charge made by a vendor for local telephone service as stated on the bills rendered to the purchaser by the vendor on and after such effective date. TITLE IV—GENERAL PROVISIONS SEC. 401. No funds appropriated for the government of the District of Columbia may be used— (1) to provide transportation for students enrolled in the public schools of the District of Columbia if the transportation is provided solely to change the racial balance in any public school in the District of Columbia, or (2) for the cost of education (including the cost of transportation) of any individual in an elementary or secondary school located outside the District of Columbia, except (A) any handicapped individual for whom education facilities do not exist in the public school system of the District of Columbia and (B) any individual under the care, custody, or guardianship of the District of Columbia placed in a foster home or in an institution located outside the District of Columbia. SEC. 402. No funds appropriated for the government of the District of Columbia may be used to furnish materials or services to promote or further any demonstration in the District of Columbia undertaken for the purpose of influencing legislation or other governmental actions of the United States Government or the government of the District of Columbia, except that nothing in this section shall preclude the government of the District Columbia from taking such emergency action as the Commissioner of the District of Columbia determines necessary for the preservation of the health, safety, or welfare of any person within the District of Columbia.
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