An inspector1 may require a person who has purchased any fertiliser2 or feeding stuff3 to tell him the name and address of the seller4 and to produce, and allow him to take copies of, any statutory statement5 received from the seller6 and any relevant7 document or mark8. Failure to comply with any such requirement is an offence9.
An inspector may at all reasonable times enter10 any premises on which he has reasonable cause to believe that there is any fertiliser or feeding stuff which is kept there for the purpose of being sold11 in the course of trade and is
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