[Article 13] In selling drugs, it is necessary to be exact and accurate; the method of use, dosage and points to note must be explained precisely.
In making up prescriptions, checks must be carried out; the drugs itemised in the prescription must not be altered or substituted without authorisation.
Where a prescription contains ingredients that are incompatible or amounts of ingredients in excess of the proper dosage, a request to make up the prescription shall be refused; if necessary, after the prescribing doctor has corrected it and signed it again, it may be made up.
Where authentic Chinese medicines are sold, they shall be labelled to indicate the place of origin.
[Article 14] Drug warehouses shall lay down and implement a system of rules and regulations for the storage of drugs and take measures necessary in relation to cold storage, protection against damp, and protection from insects, rodents, etc.
An inspection system shall be put into effect in relation to drugs which are brought into or removed from the warehouse.
[Article 15] Chinese medicinal materials may be sold in town and country trading markets except where otherwise stipulated by the State.