minister. The section in the Trade Mark and Design Act reads:
The Exchequer Court of Canada may, on the information of the attorney general, or at the suit of any person aggrieved by any omission, without sufficient cause, to make any entry in the register of trade marks or in the register of industrial designs, or by any entry made without sufficient cause in any such register, make such order for making, expunging or varying any entry in any such register as the court thinks fit; or the court may refuse the application.
Difficulties have frequently arisen in the revising of statutes, and I am quite certain thiat if I took the time to turn up the original statute I would find this section expressed a little differently. I think the Prime Minister will agree with that.