Last updated: September 14, 2022
“Electronic nicotine delivery system” means a product, or any of its components, including cartridges and the cartridge-free device, that can be used for the consumption of nicotine containing vapor through a mouthpiece.
For the purposes of this review, we will use the term “e-cigarettes” to refer to “electronic nicotine delivery systems.”
“Tobacco products” mean products prepared in whole or in part from tobacco leaves as raw material and intended to be smoked, inhaled, chewed, aspirated, sucked, snorted or otherwise consumed, such as manufactured cigarettes, handmade, pipes, cigars, water pipe (narghile-shisha), bidi, roll-your-own, pipe tobacco, electronic nicotine delivery system, heated tobacco products, dry or wet snuff, and others.
The law defines “tobacco products” to include e-cigarettes.
“Smoking” means the act of being in possession or control of a burning tobacco product, regardless of whether the smoke is being actively inhaled or exhaled.
Although “tobacco products” is defined to include e-cigarettes, it is uncertain whether the definition of “smoking” encompasses e-cigarette use because it is defined as being in possession or control of a “burning” tobacco product.