As used in this part 3, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Brand family” means all styles of cigarettes sold under the same trade mark and differentiated
from one another by means of additional modifiers or descriptors, including, but not
limited to, “menthol”, “lights”, “kings”, and “100s”, and includes any brand name,
alone or in conjunction with any other word, trademark, logo, symbol, motto, selling
message, recognizable pattern of colors, or any other indicia of product identification
identical or similar to, or identifiable with, a previously known brand of cigarettes.
(8) “Stamping agent” means a person that is authorized to affix tax stamps to packages or other containers
of cigarettes or tobacco products under section 39-28-104 or a person that is required to pay the tobacco products tax imposed pursuant to
section 39-28.5-102 on roll-your-own tobacco for cigarettes.
(9) “Tobacco control special fund” means a separate fund created by this part 3, the revenues of which do not pass
through the general fund, and that will by used by the department for the enforcement
of this part 3 and the tobacco escrow funds act.
(10) “Tobacco escrow funds act” or “act” means those provisions that are referred to as the model act in the master settlement
agreement and that are codified as part 2 of this article.
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