To provide uniform methods of adding the average equivalent of the tax to the selling
price in each sale or transaction subject to the tax, appropriate rules and regulations,
except as otherwise herein provided, may be agreed upon or adopted by competing taxpayers
or associations of taxpayers, except that all collections shall be made on the basis
of the total transaction at the time of sale, without regard to the value of the separate
items making up the total amount of the sale. Such rules and regulations, if they do not involve price fixing, shall not be deemed
illegal as in restraint of trade or commerce. The tax commissioner shall cooperate in formulating such rules and regulations,
and, in the event appropriate rules and regulations are not submitted to him within
thirty days after this article takes effect, or within a reasonable extended period
fixed by the tax commissioner, he shall himself formulate and promulgate appropriate
rules and regulations to effectuate the purpose of this section.
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