Rajasthan Prevention of Juvenile Smoking Act, 1950
Act No. 6 of 1950
(i) 'Tobacco' means tobacco in any form and includes any smoking mixture intended as a substitute for tabacco.
(ii) 'Public Place' means any place other than residential quarters to which the public for the time being has access whether on payment or otherwise and includes any public street, bazar, lane, bye-lane, railway station, railway carriage and any conveyance plying on hire.
(iii) [---]3. Penalty for selling tobacco to children - If any person sells or gives of attempts to sell or give to a person who appears to be under the age of sixteen years, except on the written order of the parent, guardian or employer of such person, any tobacco he shall be liable, on conviction in the case of a first offence to a fine not exceeding twenty-five rupees, in the case of a second offence to a fine not exceeding fifty rupees and in the case of a third and every subsequent conviction to a fine not exceeding one hundred rupees. 4. Seizure of tobacco being smoked by juvenile in a public place - If any person, apparently under the age of [sixteen years], be found smoking or attempting to smoke tobacco in any public place it shall be lawful for any Patel, Lambardar, Teacher of a School or College, Member of a Municipal Committee, Member of a Village Panchayat, Legal Practitioner, Registered Medical Practitioner, Member of Parliament or a State Legislature or Magistrate to seize such tobacco as may be found in his possession and destroy it. 5. Summary jurisdiction - Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of [Criminal Procedure, 1898] of the Central Legislature [- - -] offences under this Act may be tried by any Magistrate or Bench of Magistrates in the manner provided for summary trial in that Code. 6. [- --] 7. [---]