The Ontario Securities Act

CIM Bulletin1934
By far the largest part of the money raised for mining is raised by honest and legitimate means; but a not inconsiderable amount is raised by fraudulent sales methods. It will be conceded without argument that the greatest menace to the mining business is the fraudulent promoter. The sale of worthless mining stocks to the public by high-pressure. salesmen, house to house canvassers, telephone campaigns, fraudulent use of the mails, fraudulent statements, and reloading, has seriously prejudiced the public against even legitimate mining.
Keywords: Administration, Canadian, fraudulent, George A. Drew, malicious prosecution, mining, Ontario Securities Commission, Government, Mine, Mines, mining, Ontario, Regulations
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