Apprenticeship Act, 1931

Employers to furnish particulars.

32.—(1) Every person carrying on a designated trade shall, if required so to do by notice in writing in the prescribed form served on or left for him at his place of business by an authorised officer, furnish to such officer, within the time and in the manner specified in such notice, the particulars specified in such notice of all apprentices or any specified apprentice employed by him.

(2) Every person carrying on a designated trade who fails to furnish in accordance with this section all or any particulars which he is duly required under this section so to furnish or who so furnishes any such particulars which are to his knowledge false or misleading in any material respect, shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall on summary conviction thereof be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty shillings.