Defence Forces (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1923

Disclosing information.

35.—Every person subject to military law who commits the following offence, that is to say:—

The offence of making known or disclosing any matter regarding the Forces to any person not entitled to such information, at such time and in such manner as is in the opinion of the Court calculated to produce effects injurious to the Forces,

shall, on conviction by Court-Martial, be liable to suffer penal servitude or such less punishment as is in this Act mentioned.