Section - 29 - Licensed Chemical Sellers.
(1) Notwithstanding section 27 where an application is made in the prescribed form by a person other than a pharmacist or body corporate, and the Council is satisfied that
(a) the applicant is fit to carry on the business of supplying by retail restricted drugs other than Class A or B drugs; and
(b) the area in which the applicant proposes to carry on that business is not sufficiently served by existing facilities for the retail supply of such drugs,
it may direct the Registrar, on the payment of the prescribed fee by the applicant, to issue to the applicant a licence authorizing him to carry on the business of supplying by retail restricted drugs other than Class A or B drugs on the premises specified in the licence.
(2) The Council may revoke a licence, if it is satisfied that the licence holder has contravened a provision of this Act, or that a condition specified in the licence has ceased to exist for the carrying on of the business of supplying by retail restricted drugs other than Class A or B drugs.
(3) The Council may, instead of revoking a licence under subsection (2), impose a penalty not exceeding c5 million on a licence holder.