Advertising treatment, cure or prevention of sexual disorders.
1. It is unlawful for any person to publish or cause to be published, to deliver or distribute or cause to be delivered or distributed in any manner whatsoever, or to post, or display, or knowingly to permit to be posted, displayed, or to remain on any buildings, windows or outhouses, or premises or other surface owned or controlled by him in the State of Nevada, or to manufacture or sell, or knowingly to have displayed in or on any window or place where the same could be read by passers-by or the public, any advertisement, label, statement, print or writing which refers to any person or persons from whom, or to any means by which, or to any office or place at which may be obtained any treatment or cure of syphilis, gonorrhea, chancroid, lost manhood, sexual weakness, lost vitality, impotency, seminal emissions, gleet, varicocele or self-abuse, whether described by such names, words, terms or phrases, or by any other names, words, terms or phrases, calculated or intended to convey to the reader the idea that any of the diseases, infirmities, disabilities, conditions or habits are meant or referred to, or which refers to any medicine, article, device or preparation that may be used for the treatment, cure or prevention of any of the diseases, infirmities, disabilities, conditions or habits mentioned in this section.
2. Any person violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.
3. This section does not apply to publications, advertisements or notices of the United States Government, the State of Nevada or of any city or town or other political subdivision of the State of Nevada.
Last modified: February 25, 2006