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4. In regulation 4 (exceptions for drugs in Schedules 4 and 5 and poppy-straw)—
(a)in paragraph (2) for “by any person for administration to himself of any drug specified in Part II of Schedule 4 which is contained in a medicinal product” substitute “which is carried out in person for administration to that person of any drug specified in Part II of Schedule 4”; and
(b)in paragraph (3)(a) omit “which is contained in a medicinal product”.
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