Control of Prices Act, 1937

Reports by the Commission where prices not unreasonably high.

24.—Where a price investigation is or includes an investigation into the prices charged for a particular kind of a commodity when sold under a particular set of conditions, and the Commission are of opinion that such prices are not unreasonably high, the following provisions shall have effect, that is to say:—

(a) the Commission shall make a report to the Minister setting out their said opinion;

(b) in case such kind of such commodity is a dutiable article or a restricted article and the said set of conditions relates to sales by persons who are manufacturers or producers thereof in Saorstát Eireann such report shall also set out the movements of the said prices over a specified period.