12 Penalty for false return. E+W+S
Any person who in any return made in pursuance of this Act . . . F1 makes any . . . F2 fraudulent statement, also any person who includes or procures to be included in any such return any British corn not bona fide bought as specified in the return, or any corn which is not British corn, shall be guilty of a misdemeanour.
Where the Board of Trade have reason to believe that a return or any particular in a return is false in any particular, they may cause that return, or so much as relates to that particular, to be omitted in the computation of the average prices in pursuance of this Act.
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