An inspector1, on producing (if required) evidence of his identity and appointment, may, for the purposes of the exercise of certain functions conferred on the inspector2 enter any registered pharmacy or other premises at any reasonable hour3.
If a justice of the peace, on sworn information in writing4 from an inspector, is satisfied that entry to a registered pharmacy or other premises is required for the purposes of the exercise of certain functions5 conferred on the inspector and is also satisfied that:
(1) admission has been refused, or a refusal is expected, and (in
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