132. Possession of anatomical specimens away from licensed premises.

A person commits an offence if he has possession of an anatomical specimen1 and the specimen is not on premises in respect of which an anatomy licence is in force2. However, this does not apply where:


    (1)     the specimen has come from premises in respect of which a storage licence3 is in force and the person is authorised in writing by the designated individual4 to have possession of the specimen, and has possession of the specimen only for a purpose for which he is so authorised to have possession of it5;


    (2)     the specimen is the body of a