I would 'call the attention of the minister to the glaring defect in the drafting of the section which I know as a literary man he will appreciate. The draftsman has employed the practice of splitting the infinitive. At the end of the nineteenth line I find the words: ,
Or that the patentee has failed to adequately manufacture.
If it were made to read "has failed to manufacture adequately," I think it would be more in harmony with literary taste and good English.
Topic: PATENT ACT AMENDMENT