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Report No. 43

33. Spying.-

If any person, for any purpose prejudicial to the national security,-

(a) enters, inspects, passes over, approaches, or is in the vicinity of, a prohibited place; or

(b) makes any model, sketch or note which is intended or likely to be, directly or indirectly, useful to an enemy; or

(c) obtains, collects or records any such sketch, model or note as aforesaid, or any article, document or information which is intended or likely to be, directly or indirectly, useful to an enemy or relates to a matter the disclosure of which is likely to be prejudicial to the national security; or

(d) publishes or communicates to any other person any such thing or information as aforesaid,

he shall be punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to fourteen years, and shall also be liable to fine.



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