Merchandise Marks Act, 1970


1.—In this Act—

“container” means a container in which goods are packed at any time before being offered for sale by retail and which is suitable for such sale, and includes a bag, bottle, box, can, carton, envelope, net, sack or wrapper (whether or not such wrapper fully encloses its contents or portion of its contents are exposed) in which goods are so packed;

“goods” means anything which is the subject of trade, manufacture or merchandise;

“the Minister” means the Minister for Industry and Commerce;

“sold” includes offered, exposed or kept for sale or distributed for reward and cognate words shall be construed accordingly.