—(1) Where a subordinate officer is found guilty by a disciplinary officer of any of the offences specified in the Schedule, the disciplinary officer may impose any one of the following punishments:
detention for a period not exceeding 40 days;
a fine not exceeding $200;
stoppage of leave for any period not exceeding 28 days;
restriction of privileges for any period not exceeding 14 days;
extra duty or drill for any period not exceeding 7 days;
(2) If a disciplinary officer is of the opinion that a subordinate officer found guilty of any offence under this section should be reduced in rank, he may refer the charge and the record of the proceedings to the Commandant who may reduce the rank of the subordinate officer or impose any one of the punishments which a disciplinary officer may impose under subsection (1).
(3) A subordinate officer may appeal against any decision under this section to a commanding officer within 14 days from the date of the decision and in every case where an appeal has been lodged any punishment imposed shall be suspended pending the determination of the appeal.
(4) In addition to any of the punishments under subsection (1), a disciplinary officer may order a subordinate officer found guilty of any offence under this Act to pay compensation not exceeding $50 to any person who suffered damage or loss through the offence.