Merchandise Marks Act, 1931

Prosecutions by Minister for Industry and Commerce.

30.—(1) The Minister for Industry and Commerce may, subject to the prescribed conditions being complied with, undertake as prosecutor the prosecution of any offence under the Principal Act or any offence under this Act in cases appearing to him to affect the general interests of the country or of a section of the community, or of a trade, or of an industry.

(2) In this section the expression “prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made by the Minister for Industry and Commerce under this section.