smoking ordinance

smoking ordinance

Any regulation or law that specifies where people may smoke (tobacco products), and where smoking is prohibited.
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Donnabal Tubera, medical officer of the City Health Services Office, reported data from the city's smoke free task force showed a total of 3,944 individuals and 309 establishments apprehended for violation of the comprehensive smoking ordinance that took effect last year.
The bill to amend the existing smoking ordinance to result in a near-total ban is scheduled to go through its first reading on February 20.
The use of Pencil Shisha had been prohibited under 11/5/8 Anti Smoking Ordinance 2002.
The bill called KP Prohibition of Smoking/Tobacco Products and Protection of Non-Smokers Health Bill, 2016, will repeal the federal laws, including the West Pakistan Juvenile Smoking Ordinance, 1959, (W.P.
Therefore, there was no need of retention of the West Pakistan Juvenile Smoking Ordinance, 1959.
Following an update of the town's smoking ordinance, higher fines will be attached to infractions, bars that promote and profit from smoking could be banned, and smoking will also be prohibited in town parks and cemeteries.
Tyler, Texas: Tyler Texas Smoking Ordinance Communication Project
Number and rate* of hospitalizations for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) before and after smoking ordinance, by sex and area--city of Pueblo, Pueblo County outside city of Pueblo limits, and El Paso County, Pueblo Heart Study, January 2002-June 2006 ([dagger]) Pre- Phase I post- Phase II post- implementation implementation implementation period ([section]) period ([paragraph) period ** Area No.
The penalties for offenses of having an intoxicated employee/manager and for selling below shelf price are the same as those for violation of the no smoking ordinance.
Warden, a moderate by Belmont standards, favored an exception for cars, because "I don't want to punish people who are driving into town who may not be familiar with the local smoking ordinance."
Results of logistic regression analyses indicated gender and smoking status to be significant predictors for perceived impact of the smoking ordinance on respondents' patronage to local establishments.
Patients who came from areas surrounding Helena, where the smoking ordinance was not in effect, served as a geographic control group.