308. The Inspector General or a person he designates in writing to represent him may, in carrying out an inspection,
(1) enter the place of business of a company or of its subsidiary at any reasonable time;
(2) examine and make copies from the books, registers, accounts, records and other documents with respect to the activities of a company or of its subsidiary;
(3) require any information or document with respect to the administration of this Act.
Every person entrusted with the keeping, possession or supervision of the books, registers, accounts, records and other documents shall communicate them to the Inspector General or his representative at his request and facilitate his examination of them.