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It is unlawful for a person under age 18 to sell or distribute tobacco products or electronic cigarettes.
It is also unlawful for a person under age 18 to provide false identification, or make any false statement regarding their age in an attempt to obtain tobacco products or electronic cigarettes.
Tobacco product permittees are subject to the same penalties listed under the 'Penalties for Sales to Minors' section upon violation except a permittee shall be fined 0 for a second violation and notified in writing of penalties for further violations. No permittee shall mail or ship tobacco products or electronic cigarettes in connection with a delivery sale order unless, before mailing or shipping such tobacco products or electronic cigarettes, the permittee accepting the delivery sale order first obtains from the prospective customer a certification which includes proof of age that the purchaser is at least 18 years old, the credit or debit card used for payment has been issued in the purchaser's name, and the address to which the cigarettes are being shipped match the credit card company's address for the cardholder.
Prior to making delivery sales or shipping tobacco products in connection with any such sales, every business shall obtain a permit from the Department of Health and Welfare. New Hampshire Motor Transport Association, decided February 20, 2008.
Once that project has been certified as completed, remaining monies go to an economic recovery reserve fund. Revenue from the tax on tobacco products other than cigarettes goes to the state general fund, substance abuse programs in public schools and county juvenile probation services. Minors may assist with random, unannounced inspections with the written consent of a parent or legal guardian.
IDAHO CODE §§ 63-2552a (1994) & 63-2564 (1972).1) The revenue from the other tobacco products tax imposed by Idaho Code section 63-2552 is distributed as follows: an unspecified amount to the state refund account sufficient to pay current refund claims and the balance is distributed to the general fund; 2) The revenue from the other tobacco products tax imposed by Idaho Code section 63-2552a is distributed as follows: 50 percent to the public school income fund to pay for substance abuse programs in the public schools and 50 percent to the Department of Juvenile Corrections for county juvenile probation services. Idaho allocated ,832,000 for tobacco prevention and cessation initiatives in FY2015 (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015). When assisting with these inspections, minors shall not provide false identification, nor make any false statement regarding their age.
In addition, the court may require the minor and the minor's parents or legal guardian to attend tobacco awareness programs or perform community service in programs related to tobacco awareness. Customers are not allowed access to tobacco products or electronic cigarettes except through the assistance of the seller.
It is also unlawful to sell or distribute tobacco products or electronic cigarettes from self-service displays.
Stores with tobacco products comprising at least 75 percent of total merchandise are exempt from requiring vendor assisted sales, if minors are not allowed in the store and such prohibition is posted clearly on all entrance doors.
Provided however, local units of government shall not have the power to require a permit or license for the sale or distribution of tobacco products. It is illegal to sell or distribute tobacco products for free or below cost to members of the general public in public places or at public events.
Tobacco product permittees are subject to the same penalties listed under the 'Penalties for Sales to Minors' section upon violation except a permittee shall be fined 0 for a second violation and notified in writing of penalties for further violations. It is illegal to sell or distribute tobacco products other than in the federally required sealed package provided by the manufacturer with all the required warning labels and health warnings.
MINORS ARE SUBJECT TO FINES AND PENALTIES.'IDAHO CODE § 39-5704 (1998).