Where a sample of any material has been taken by an inspector1 in the prescribed manner2, and it is intended to institute proceedings for an offence3 and to adduce on behalf of the prosecution evidence of the result of an analysis of the sample, the prosecutor4 is entitled to require5 the inspector to send the remaining part of the sample for analysis to the Government Chemist6 and to supply the prosecutor with a copy of the Government Chemist's certificate of analysis of that remaining part7. If the inspector is the prosecutor, he is himself entitled so to send that
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