Children Act, 1934

Prohibition of certain advertisements.

13.—(1) No advertisement indicating that a person (whether an individual, or a body corporate or an unincorporated association) will undertake or arrange for the nursing and maintenance of an infant under the age of nine years shall be published unless the name and, in the case of an individual, the residence or, in every other case, the office or place of business of that person are correctly stated in such advertisement.

(2) Every person who knowingly publishes an advertisement in contravention of this section shall be guilty of an offence under Part I of the Principal Act.