Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office, Department of Health
According to the law, if you have premises or stores selling or supplying alcohol, you will need to display the prescribed notice. What are the legal requirements on the content and format of the notice?
According to the Dutiable Commodities (Amendment) Ordinance 2018 (Cap. 109), sale and supply of intoxicating liquor to persons under the age of 18 in the course of business is prohibited. What is the definition of “intoxicating liquor”? What is the scope of the law?
What locations are “Statutory No Smoking Areas”?
Who can prosecute people smoking in the statutory no smoking areas?
If I find people smoking in no smoking areas, how can I report the case to the Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office?
What should I do if I find people smoking in no smoking areas under my management?
If my neighbour always smokes at home and the tobacco smoke spreads to my house, will the Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office accept the complaint?
I frequently find people smoking in bus terminuses and public transport interchanges, have they violated the law? Can I lodge a complaint?
If I would like to put up some no smoking signs in premises under my management, can the Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office provide the materials?
If my business/school/organisation would like to organise some publicity events related to smoking ban, would the Department of Health provide any assistance?