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Chapter: Forensic Pharmacy : The Drugs and Cosmetics Act (DCA) 1940 and Rules 1945

The Wholesale trade is permitted to be carried out by one of the following categories of persons under Rule 64, Sub-Rule


Wholesale of Drug

The Wholesale trade is permitted to be carried out by one of the following categories of persons under Rule 64, Sub-Rule (ii). The wholesaler who is qualified is called a competent persons, which is either (a) registered pharmacist (b) matriculate with 4 years experience in handling or sale of drugs, and (c) any graduate with one year experience in sale of drugs.

In addition to the requirements already mentioned, specific requirements are as follows:

1. For drugs of Schedules C and C (1), the licence for wholesale is issued in From 21-B by the Licensing Authority. For sale of each category of drugs, permission should be obtained from Licensing Authority. The storage of drugs should be in accordance with Schedule N.

2. For Schedule X drugs, the licence for wholesale is issued in Form 20-G. The licensee should forward to Licensing Authority copies of invoices of sale made to retail dealers.

3. For drugs other than Schedules C, C (I) and X, the licence for wholesale is issued in Form 20-B. The drugs are purchased from duly licenced manufacturer or dealer and should be sold to the person or a retailer holding requisite qualification. However, supply to hospitals, medical, educational and research institutions can be made directly by the wholesaler. Direct supply to RMP is also permitted.

 

Wholesale for Other than Schedules C, and C (1) from Motor Vehicles

Licence for wholesale of this category of drugs is issued in Form 20-BB. All conditions are required to be met with as stipulated earlier. The licensee should inform in writing any change in ownership of vehicle within 7 days to Licensing Authority.

 

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