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Myanmar. 1878 ‘Article 19.’ Arms Act (1878) [India Act XI, 1878] (1st October 1878). Naypyidaw: People's Assembly. 1 October

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Article 19

Whoever commits any of the following offences (namely): --
(a) manufactures, converts, or sells, or keeps, offers or exposes for sale, any arms, ammunition or military stores in contravention of the provisions of section 5;
(b) fails to give notice as required by the same section;
(c) imports or exports any arms, ammunition or military stores in contravention of the provisions of section 6;
(d) transports any arms, ammunition or military stores in contravention of a regulation or prohibition issued under section 10;
(e) goes armed in 'contravention of the provisions of section 13;
(f) has in his possession or under his control any arms, ammunition or military stores in contravention of the provisions of section 14 or section 15;
(g) intentionally makes any false entry in a record or account which, by a rule made under section 17, clause (c), he is required to keep;
(h) intentionally fails to exhibit anything which, by a rule made under section 17, clause (e), he is required to exhibit; or
(i) fails to deposit arms, ammunition or military stores, as required by section 14 or section 16;

shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.

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