Washington Revised Code Title 70. Public Health and Safety § 70.345.070. Retail signage

(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, a person who holds a retailer's license issued under this chapter must display a sign concerning the prohibition of vapor product sales to minors.  Such sign must:

(a) Be posted so that it is clearly visible to anyone purchasing vapor products from the licensee;

(b) Be designed and produced by the department of health to read:  “The sale of vapor products to persons under age eighteen is strictly prohibited by state law.  If you are under age eighteen, you could be penalized for purchasing a vapor product;  photo id required;”  and

(c) Be provided free of charge by the department of health.

(2) For persons also licensed under RCW 82.24.510 or 82.26.150 , the board may issue a sign to read:  “The sale of tobacco or vapor products to persons under age eighteen is strictly prohibited by state law.  If you are under age eighteen, you could be penalized for purchasing a tobacco or vapor product;  photo id required,” provided free of charge by the board.

(3) A person who holds a license issued under this chapter must display the license or a copy in a prominent location at the outlet for which the license is issued.


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