A. In any prosecution under this chapter, proof that a person unlawfully possessed in excess of forty grams of marijuana shall raise a rebuttable presumption that possession was with intent to sell.
B. Proof of unlawful manufacture, cultivation, transportation or possession of a narcotic or dangerous drug is prima facie evidence of knowledge of its character.
C. Proof of possession of a narcotic drug not in the container in which it was originally delivered, sold or dispensed is prima facie evidence that the possession is unlawful.
D. Proof of possession of a dangerous drug not in the container in which it was originally delivered, sold or dispensed when a prescription is required under the state laws is prima facie evidence that possession is unlawful unless the possessor also has in his possession the label prepared by the pharmacist for the drug dispensed. (Ord. 628, 1976)