In establishing the cost of cigarettes to the retailer or wholesaler, the invoice
cost of said cigarettes purchased at a forced, bankrupt, or closeout sale, or other
sale outside of the ordinary channels of trade, may not be used as a basis for justifying
a price lower than one based upon the replacement cost of the cigarettes to the retailer
or wholesaler in the quantity last purchased, through the ordinary channels of trade.
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