§ (1) Every man who holds a certificate of exemption granted under the principal Act shall, if required by a constable or by any person who has authority for the purpose from the Army Council, produce his certificate or give particulars as to the authority by which the certificate was granted and the grounds on which it was granted.
§ If any man fails to comply with this provision or gives particulars which are false in any material respect, he shall in respect of each offence be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty pounds or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months.
§ (2) If any person alters or tampers with a certificate of exemption granted under the principal Act, or personates or falsely represents himself to be a person to whom such a certificate has been granted, or allows any other person to have possession of any such certificate issued for his use alone, he shall be 1485 liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, with or without hard labour.
§ Amendment made: In Sub-section (2), after the word "or" ["or allows any other person to have possession"], insert the word "improperly."—[Sir G. Cave.]