—(1) No person whether licensed under this Act or not shall knowingly keep or have in his possession or under his control any poison otherwise than —
in an unbroken case or package as received from the manufacturer; or
in a bottle, vessel, box, package or other receptacle distinctly labelled with the name of the substance contained therein and bearing some distinction or mark indicating that it contains poison.
(2) In any proceedings under this section if any person is proved to have kept or had in his possession or under his control any poison he shall be deemed to have done so knowingly unless the contrary is proved by him.
(3) No person shall keep any poison for sale or for dispensing purposes except —
as provided in subsection (1)(a);
in a bottle or other vessel tied over, capped, locked or otherwise safely secured in a manner different from that in which bottles or vessels containing non-poisonous substances are secured in the same warehouse, shop or dispensary;
in a bottle or other vessel readily distinguishable by touch from the bottles or vessels in which non-poisonous substances are kept in the same warehouse, shop or dispensary; or
in a bottle, vessel, box or package kept in a room or cupboard under lock and key set apart for the keeping or storage of dangerous substances.