Public Health (Tobacco) Act, 2002


Regulation and Control of Sale, Marketing and Smoking of Tobacco Products

Prohibition of advertising of tobacco products.

33.—(1) Subject to section 34 and 35 , a person who advertises, or causes the advertisement of, a tobacco product shall be guilty of an offence.

(2) It shall be an offence for a person to sell or cause to be sold, by retail, or otherwise supply or cause to be supplied, to a member of the public a product (other than a tobacco product) that bears—

(a) the name of the manufacturer of a tobacco product, or the name of any brand of tobacco product, or

(b) any trade description, designation, trademark, emblem, marketing image or logo by reference to which a tobacco product is marketed or sold.