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Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940
Section 18-Presumption of Sale
Section 18-Presumption of Sale
Where a medicine is kept in a shop there will be a presumption that it is there for the purpose of sale unless that presumption is rebutted by the accused - To prove an offence under Section 18 of the Drugs Act the prosecution must prove that the goods were stocked for sale, and not merely that they were stocked. This can be proved by direct evidence or by circumstantial evidence. Ordinarily where a medicine is kept in a shop there will be a presumption that it is there for the purpose of sale unless that presumption is rebutted by the accused. See Kasimhhai v. State.
State Of Madhya Pradesh vs Arjundas Tekchand on 15 September, 1964

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