Where it appears to the Governor in Council that—
(a) it is desirable for the protection of the public;
(b) it is in the public interest because fraud or misfeasance or other misconduct by a person who is or has been concerned with the affairs of the Board is alleged; or
(c) in any case it is in the public interest—
to appoint an inspector to investigate affairs of the Board he may by instrument in writing appoint an inspector.