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Title 9 Criminal Code
Other Criminal Offenses
9.193.330 Attempts
9.199.280 Resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer
9.199.310 Malicious prosecution
9.199.335 Failure to appear after admission to bail
9.200.471 Assault
9.200.481 Battery
9.202.2493 Sale of cigarettes or tobacco to minor
9.205.0821 Definitions
9.205.0832 Actions which constitute theft
9.205.240 Petit larceny
9.205.275 Possession of stolen property
9.205.445 Defrauding an innkeeper
9.206.310 Injury to property
9.207.030 Vagrancy
9.207.210 Destruction of signs forbidding trespass
9.207.220 Penalty for not closing gates
9.207.225 Unlawful diversion of irrigation water
9.207.260 Annoying a minor
9.207.270 Loitering about school or public place
9.207.280 False reporting of crimes unlawful
9.210.280 Aiding escape from China Spring Youth Camp
9.278.590 Unlawful sale or transfer of divided land
9.370.380 Counterfeiting or alteration of cigarette license, stamp or meter; unlawful possession or use
9.370.400 Cigarette tax reporting
9.370.450 Failure to pay wholesale tobacco tax
9.372.115 Advertisement of assumption or absorption of sales tax by retailer unlawful
9.372.125 Unlawful acts pertaining to Sales and Use Tax
9.374.120 Inference by retailer of his assumption or absorption of sales tax prohibited; penalty
9.374.210 Advertisement of assumption or absorption of sales tax by retailer unlawful
9.374.220 Sales tax penalty
9.381.227 Preservation of prehistoric and historic sites
9.392.210 Failure of parent, guardian or custodian of child to prevent subsequent truancy after notice;penalty
9.392.215 False statement concerning age or attendance; false birth certificate or record of attendance; refusal to furnish documents; penalty
9.392.220 Abetting truancy; unlawful employment; penalty; attendance officer or officer of school may visit place of employment to ascertain compliance
9.392.470 Interference with pupil attending school; penalty
9.392.480 Disturbance of school; threatening or assaulting pupil or school employee; interference with persons peaceably assembled within school for school district purposes; penalties
9.392.490 Terminating or threatening to terminate employment of parent, guardian or custodian of child for appearance or notification concerning child; penalty; civil remedy
9.392.500 Carrying or possession on school grounds electronic device for paging or communications; exceptions
9.393.400 Surreptitious electronic surveillance; exceptions
9.393.410 Damage to school property; nuisance; loitering; trespass; penalties
9.405.110 Unlawful advertising on or near highway or on bridge; removal; penalty; liability
9.405.210 Damage to public or private road, bridge or guidepost unlawful; penalty
9.412.139 Unlawful termination of employment of a member of National Guard because of active service or duty; penalty
9.412.606 Discrimination against member of National Guard; penalty
9.425.390 Statement of responsible parent concerning ability to support child; penalty
9.444.583 Unlawful disposal of motor vehicle battery, motor vehicle tire or motor oil; penalty;
9.444.585 Ownership of recyclable materials; unauthorized collection of recyclable materials prohibited; penalty; civil remedy
9.444.610 Solid waste violations and penalty
9.444.630 Penalty; enforcement; identification of violator
9.444A.060 Unlawful to refuse to accept used or waste tires in exchange on purchase of new tire; notice of requirement; penalty
9.445.120 Water control and air pollution penalty
9.452.305 Unlawful destruction of or damage to property in cemetery of nonprofit corporation; penalty; liability for damages
9.453.336 Unlawful possession of marijuana not for sale
9.453.566 Unlawful use or possession of drug paraphernalia
9.454.170 Poison control penalty
9.454.346 Use or possession with intent to use drug, chemical, poison or organic solvent to induce euphoria or hallucinations unlawful; exception
9.454.351 Drugs which may not be introduced into interstate commerce; penalty; exemptions
9.454.356 Dangerous drug penalty
9.454.510 Unlawful possession of a hypodermic device
9.454.520 Misuse of hypodermic device; penalty
9.459.720 Reports of designated accidents or incidents involving hazardous material; penalty
9.459.775 Hazardous materials violations and penalty
9.463.347 Penalty for possession of gaming or cashless wagering device, equipment or material illegally manufactured, sold or distributed
9.463.350 Gaming or employment in gaming prohibited for persons under 21
9.475.010 Willful or negligent failure to guard or extinguish fire; penalty
9.475.020 Willful or negligent failure to extinguish fire in open; penalty
9.475.030 Throwing burning cigarette or other material from moving vehicle; willful or negligent placing of burning materials; penalty
9.475.050 Smoking in building on which notice posted prohibiting smoking
9.475.060 Operation of internal combustion engine without spark arrestor; penalty; exceptions
9.475.070 Interference with peace officer, fireman or member of search and rescue organization; disobedience of orders; penalty
9.475.075 Intentional obstruction of search and rescue organization; penalty
9.475.090 Willful and malicious damage or destruction of fire equipment or apparatus; penalty
9.477.250 Violation of statutes and regulations of fire marshal
9.488.365 Adoption of the Nevada Boat Act; penalty
9.502.010 License or permit required for hunting, trapping or fishing; exceptions; limitations on hunting by minors
9.502.120 Penalty for refusal to exhibit license, wildlife or equipment on demand; penalty for failure to have license in possession
9.503.175 Penalty for discharging firearm from or over federal or state highway or county road
9.503.430 Water pollution: Deposit of substance deleterious to fish or wildlife; penalties
9.533.460 Unauthorized use or willful waste of water, prima facie evidence
9.533.465 Interference with headgate, water box or water; prima facie evidence
9.533.530 Unlawful diversion and waste of water; penalty
9.535.110 Unlawful removal, damage or destruction of piling, dike, dock or lock; unlawful structures
9.574.100 Overdriving, torturing, injuring or abandoning animals; failure to provide proper sustenance; penalty
9.574.110 Abandonment of disabled animal unlawful; penalty
9.575.020 Allowing vicious animal to escape or run at large; vicious animal may be killed; liability of person having care or custody of animal which bothers, injures or kills livestock of another
9.598.0999 Deceptive trade practices
9.602.090 Doing business under assumed or fictitious name
9.609.210 Employing or exhibiting minor in injurious, immoral or dangerous business
9.609.245 Employment of child under 14 years of age unlawful without written permission of district judge or his designee
9.62.281 Penalties for disobedience of court orders made in juvenile proceedings

9.193.330 Attempts
An act done with intent to commit a crime, and tending but failing to accomplish it, is an attempt to commit that crime, and every person who attempts to commit a crime as defined in this code, unless otherwise prescribed, shall be punished by a term of imprisonment in the county jail of not more than half the longest term for a misdemeanor, a fine of not more than half the largest fine for a misdemeanor, or a combination of fine and imprisonment. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.199.280 Resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer
Every person who, in any case or under any circumstances not otherwise specially provided for, willfully resists, delays or obstructs a public officer in discharging or attempting to discharge any legal duty of his office is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.199.310 Malicious prosecution
Every person who maliciously and without probable cause, causes or attempts to cause another to be arrested or proceeded against for any misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor of which he is innocent is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.199.335 Failure to appear after admission to bail
Every person charged with misdemeanor or gross misdemeanors who has been admitted to bail, whether provided by deposit, surety or upon his own recognizance, and has not been recommitted to custody who fails to appear at the time and place required by the order admitting him to bail or any modification of the bail, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.200.471 Assault
    A.  "Assault" means an unlawful attempt, coupled with a present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another. 
    B.  Any person violating this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. If the assault is committed upon a spouse, former spouse, relative, a person with whom he is or was actually residing or with whom he has a child in common, or a minor child of that person, the court, as a part of the sentence imposed, may require the person to participate in and complete a program of counseling to prevent abuse of the family. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.200.481 Battery
    A.  "Battery" means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another. 
    B.  Any person violating this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. If the battery is committed upon a spouse, former spouse, relative, a person with whom he is or was actually residing or with whom he has a child in common, or a minor child of that person, the court, as a part of the sentence imposed, may require the person to participate in and complete a program of counseling to prevent abuse of the family. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.202.2493 Sale of cigarettes or tobacco to minor
    A. Except as otherwise provided in subsections B and C, it is unlawful for any person or persons, firm, association, corporation or managing agent of any person, firm, association, corporation to sell, give away or offer to sell cigarettes, cigarette paper or any tobacco of any description to any person under the age of 18 years. 
    B. Upon the written order of the parent or guardian of the minor, the person applied to may give or sell to the minor for the use of the guardian or parent, cigarettes, cigarette paper or tobacco of any description. The written request must be kept on file by the seller or giver of the article so sold or given away. 
    C.  Any person violating any provision of this section shall be punished by a fine of not more than $500. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.205.0821 Definitions
Unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms used in this chapter have the meanings given to them in chapter 205 of the Nevada Revised Statutes. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.205.0832 Actions which constitute theft
    A.  A person commits theft, a misdemeanor, if without lawful authority, he knowingly: 
        1.  Controls any property of another person with the intent to deprive that person of the property; 
        2.  Converts, makes an unauthorized transfer of an interest in, or without authorization controls any property of another person, or uses the services or property of another person entrusted to him or placed in his possession for a limited authorized period of determined or prescribed duration or for a limited use; 
        3.  Obtains real or personal property or the services of another person by a material misrepresentation with intent to deprive that person of the property or the services. As used in this subsection, "material misrepresentation" means the use of any pretense, or the making of any promise, representation of statement of present, past or future fact which is fraudulent and which, when used or made, is instrumental in causing the wrongful control or transfer of property or services. The pretense may be verbal or it may be a physical act; 
        4.  Comes into control of lost, mislaid or misdelivered property of another person under circumstances providing means of his own use or that of another person without reasonable efforts to notify the true owner; 
        5.  Controls property of another person knowing or having reason to know that the property was stolen; 
        6.  Obtains services which he knows are available only for compensation without paying or agreeing to pay compensation or diverts the services of another person to his own benefit or that of another person without lawful authority to do so; 
        7.  Takes, conceals or disposes of property in which another person has a security interest, with the intent to defraud that person; 
        8.  Commits any act that is declared to be theft by a specific statute, code or ordinance; 
        9.  Draws or passes a check, and in exchange obtains property or services, if he knows the check will not be paid when presented and the value of the property or services is less than $650.  (Ord. 1348, 2011; Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.205.240 Petit larceny
Every person who steals, takes and carries, leads or drives away the personal goods or property of another, having a value of less than $650, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 1348, 2011; Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.205.275 Possession of stolen property
Every person who, for his own gain, or to prevent the owner from again possessing the property, buys, receives, possesses or withholds stolen goods, or anything the stealing of which is declared to be theft, or property obtained by robbery, burglary or embezzlement, knowing that the goods or property were so obtained, or under circumstances as should have caused a reasonable person to know the goods or property were so obtained, is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the goods or property is less than $650. (Ord. 1348, 2011; Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.205.445 Defrauding an innkeeper
    A.  It is a misdemeanor for any person: 
        1.  To obtain food, lodging, merchandise or other accommodations at any hotel, inn, motel, trailer park, motor court, boardinghouse, rooming house, camp, restaurant, grocery store, market, or dairy, without paying therefor, with intent to defraud the proprietor or manager; 
        2.  To obtain credit at any hotel, inn, motel, trailer park, motor court, boardinghouse, rooming house, camp, restaurant, grocery store, market, or dairy, by the use of any false pretense; or 
        3.  After obtaining credit, food, lodging, merchandise or other accommodations at a hotel, inn, motel, trailer park, motor court, boardinghouse, rooming house, camp, restaurant, grocery store, market, or dairy, to abscond without paying for the food, lodging, merchandise or other accommodations if the value of the food, lodging, merchandise or other accommodations is less than $650. (Ord. 1348, 2011; Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.206.310 Injury to property
Every person who shall willfully or maliciously destroy or injure any real or personal property of another is guilty of a misdemeanor, if the value of the property affected or the loss resulting from the offense is less than $650. (Ord. 1348, 2011; Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.030 Vagrancy
It is unlawful to: 
    A.  Offer or agree to engage in or engage in lewd or dissolute conduct in any public place or in any place open to the public or exposed to public view; 
    B.  Seek admission to a house upon frivolous pretexts for no other apparent motive than to see who may be therein, or to gain an insight of the premises; 
    C.  Keep a place where lost or stolen property is concealed; 
    D.  Loiter in or about any toilet open to the public of the purpose of engaging in or soliciting any lewd or lascivious or any unlawful act; 
    E.  Lodge in any building, structure, or place, whether public or private, without the permission of the owner or person entitled to the possession or in control thereof. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.210 Destruction of signs forbidding trespass
It is unlawful for any person maliciously to tear down, mutilate or destroy any sign, signboard or other notice forbidding trespass within an enclosure. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.220 Penalty for not closing gates
Any person or persons opening and passing through gates or bars when gates or bars are placed in fences enclosing fields, or in fences partly inclosing lands, and not shutting and fastening the gates or bars is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.225 Unlawful diversion of irrigation water
Any person who knowingly diverts or causes to be diverted to his own or some other person's use any irrigation water to which another person has a vested right without such rightful user's permission, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.260 Annoying a minor
Any person who annoys or molests any minor is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.270 Loitering about school or public place
Any person who, without legitimate reason to supervise any of such children or other legitimate reason to be at leisure in such place, loiters about any school or public place at or near which children attend or normally congregate is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.207.280 False reporting of crimes unlawful
Every person who reports to any police officer, sheriff, district attorney, deputy sheriff, deputy district attorney or member of the Nevada highway patrol that a felony or misdemeanor has been committed, or disseminates such a report by any medium of public communication, knowing such report to be false, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.210.280 Aiding escape from China Spring Youth Camp
Unless a more serious penalty is otherwise prescribed by law, any person who knowingly permits or aids an inmate to escape from China Spring Youth Camp, or who conceals any inmate or escapee with the intent or purpose of enabling him to elude pursuit or capture is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.278.590 Unlawful sale or transfer of divided land
    A.  It is unlawful for any person to contract to sell, to sell or to transfer any subdivision or any part thereof, or land divided pursuant to a parcel map or map of division into large parcels, until the required map thereof, in full compliance with the appropriate provisions of NRS 278.010 to 278.630, inclusive, and any local ordinance, has been recorded in the office of the recorder of the county in which any portion of the subdivision or land divided is located. 
    B.  A person who violates the provisions of subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor and is liable for a civil penalty of not more than $300 for each lot or parcel sold or transferred. 
    C.  This section does not bar any legal, equitable or summary remedy to which any aggrieved municipality or other political subdivision, or any person, may otherwise be entitled, and any municipality or other political subdivision or person may file suit in the district court of the county in which any property attempted to be divided or sold in violation of any provision of NRS 278.010 to 178.630, inclusive, is located to restrain or enjoin any attempted or proposed division or transfer in violation of those sections. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.370.380 Counterfeiting or alteration of cigarette license, stamp or meter; unlawful possession or use
    A.  It shall be unlawful for any person, with intent to defraud the state: 
        1.  To alter, forge or counterfeit any license, stamp or cigarette tax meter impression provided for in this chapter; 
        2.  To have in his possession any forged, counterfeited, spurious or altered license, stamp or cigarette tax meter impression, with intent to use the same, knowing or having reasonable grounds to believe the same to be such; 
        3.  To have in his possession one or more cigarette stamps or cigarette tax meter impressions which he knows have been removed from the pieces of packages or packages of cigarettes to which they were affixed; 
        4.  To affix to any piece of a package or package of cigarettes a stamp or cigarette tax meter impression which he knows has been removed from any other piece of a package or package of cigarettes; or 
        5.  To have in his possession for the purpose of sale cigarettes which do not bear indicia of Nevada excise tax stamping. Presence of such cigarettes in a cigarette vending machine shall be prima facie evidence of the purpose to sell.
    B.  Any person who violates any of the provisions of subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.370.400 Cigarette tax reporting
Any person who:
    A.  Willfully fails, neglects or refuses to make any report required by NRS 370.350 or 370.260, or required by rules and regulations lawfully promulgated under the provisions of NRS 370.350 or 370.260; or 
    B.  Knowingly makes any false statement in any such report, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.370.450 Failure to pay wholesale tobacco tax
Any wholesale dealer who sells tobacco products without first paying the tax provided for by NRS 370.450 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.372.115 Advertisement of assumption or absorption of sales tax by retailer unlawful
    A.  It is unlawful for any retailer to advertise or hold out or state to the public or to any customer, directly or indirectly, that the sales tax or any part thereof will be assumed or absorbed by the retailer or that it will not be added to the selling price of the property sold or that if added it or any part thereof will be refunded. 
    B.  Any person violating any provision of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.372.125 Unlawful acts pertaining to Sales and Use Tax
Any person who violates section 36 or 38 of the Sales and Use Tax Act (chapter 397, Statutes of Nevada 1955) or NRS 372.210 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.374.120 Inference by retailer of his assumption or absorption of sales tax prohibited; penalty
    A.  It is unlawful for any retailer to advertise or hold out or state to the public or to any customer, directly or indirectly, that the sales and use tax or any part of the tax will be assumed or absorbed by the retailer or that it will not be added to the selling price of the property sold or that if added it or any part of the tax will be refunded. 
    B.  Any person violating any provision of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.374.210 Advertisement of assumption or absorption of sales tax by retailer unlawful
It is unlawful for any retailer to advertise or hold out or state to the public or to any customer, directly or indirectly, that the sales tax or any part of the sales tax will be assumed or absorbed by the retailer or that it will not be added to the selling price of the property sold or that if added it or any part of it will be refunded. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.374.220 Sales tax penalty
Any person violating NRS 374.200, 374.210 or 374.215 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.381.227 Preservation of prehistoric and historic sites
Except as otherwise provided in NRS 381.225, any person violating any of the provisions of NRS 381.195 to 381.227, inclusive, governing the preservation of prehistoric and historic sites, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.210 Failure of parent, guardian or custodian of child to prevent subsequent truancy after notice;penalty
Any parent, guardian or other person who has control or charge of any child and to whom notice has been given of the child's truancy as provided in NRS 392.130 and 392.140, and who fails to prevent the child's subsequent truancy within that school year, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.215 False statement concerning age or attendance; false birth certificate or record of attendance; refusal to furnish documents; penalty
Any parent, guardian or other person who, with intent to deceive under NRS 392.040 to 392.110, inclusive, or 392.130 to 392.165, inclusive: 
    A.  Makes a false statement concerning the age or attendance at school; 
    B.  Presents a false birth certificate or record of attendance at school; or 
    C.  Refuses to furnish a suitable identifying document, record of attendance at school or proof of change of name, upon request by a local law enforcement agency conducting an investigation in response to notification pursuant to subsection 4 of NRS 392.165, of a child under 17 years of age who is under his control or charge, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.220 Abetting truancy; unlawful employment; penalty; attendance officer or officer of school may visit place of employment to ascertain compliance
    A.  Any person who induces or attempts to induce any child to be absent from school unlawfully, or who knowingly employs or harbors, while school is in session, any child absent unlawfully from school, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  The attendance officer or any other school officer is empowered to visit any place or establishment where minor children are employed to ascertain whether the provisions of this Title of NRS are complied with fully, and may demand from all employers of children a list of children employed, with their names and ages. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.470 Interference with pupil attending school; penalty
    A. It is unlawful for any person, against the will of a pupil attending any public school, to beat, whip, detain or otherwise interfere with him while he is on his way to and from school. 
    B.  Any person who violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.480 Disturbance of school; threatening or assaulting pupil or school employee; interference with persons peaceably assembled within school for school district purposes; penalties
    A.  It is unlawful for any person to disturb the peace of any public school by using wile or indecent language within the building or grounds of the school. Any person who violated any of the provisions of this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B. It is unlawful for any person to threaten or assault any pupil or school employee: 
        1.  Within the building or grounds of the school; 
        2.  On a bus, van or any other motor vehicle owned, leased or chartered by a school district to transport pupils or school employees; or 
        3.  At a location where the pupil or school employee i.e. involved in any activity sponsored by a public school.
    Except under circumstances described in paragraph (c) of subsection 2 of NRS 200.471 or in NRS 200.571, any person who violates any of the provisions of this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    C.  It is unlawful for any person maliciously and purposely in any manner to interfere with or disturb any persons peaceably assembled within a building of a public school for school district purposes. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    D.  For the purposes of this section "school employee" means any licensed or unlicensed person employed by a board of trustees of a school district pursuant to NRS 391.100. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.490 Terminating or threatening to terminate employment of parent, guardian or custodian of child for appearance or notification concerning child; penalty; civil remedy
    A.  It is unlawful for an employer or his agent to: 
        1.  Terminate the employment of a person who, as the parent, guardian or custodian of a child: 
            a.  Appears at a conference requested by an administrator of the school attended by the child; or 
            b.  Is notified during his work by a school employee of any emergency regarding the child; or
        2.  Assert to the person that his appearance or prospective appearance at a conference or the receipt of a notification during his work will result in the termination of this employment.
    B.  Any person who violates the provisions of subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.392.500 Carrying or possession on school grounds electronic device for paging or communications; exceptions
    A.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection B, it is unlawful for a pupil in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, while on school grounds, to carry or possess a beeper, portable telephone or any other similar electronic device designed to page or contact a person. 
    B.  A pupil may carry or possess a beeper, portable telephone or other similar device on school grounds if he is expressly authorized in writing to do so by the school administrator. 
    C.  As used in this section, "beeper" means a portable electronic device which is used to page the person carrying it by emitting an audible or a vibrating signal when the device receives a special radio signal. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.393.400 Surreptitious electronic surveillance; exceptions
    A.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection B, it is unlawful for a person to engage to any kind of surreptitious electronic surveillance on any property of a public school without the knowledge of the person being observed. 
    B.  Subsection A does not apply to any electronic surveillance: 
        1.  Authorized by a court order issued to a public officer, based upon a showing of probable cause to believe that criminal activity is occurring on the property of the public school under surveillance: 
        2.  By a law enforcement agency pursuant to a criminal investigation; 
        3.  Which is necessary as part of a system of security used to protect and ensure the safety of persons on the property of the public school; or 
        4.  Of a class or laboratory when authorized by the teacher of the class or laboratory. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.393.410 Damage to school property; nuisance; loitering; trespass; penalties
    A.  It is unlawful for any person: 
        1.  Willfully and maliciously to injure, mark or deface any public schoolhouse, its fixtures, books or appurtenances; 
        2.  To commit any nuisance in any public schoolhouse; 
        3.  To loiter on or near the school grounds; or 
        4.  Purposely and maliciously to commit any trespass upon the grounds attached to the public schoolhouse, or any fixtures, or any enclosure or sidewalk about the school house.
    B.  Unless a greater penalty is otherwise prescribed by law, any person violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.405.110 Unlawful advertising on or near highway or on bridge; removal; penalty; liability
Any person, firm, association or corporation who shall erect or maintain any billboard, sign, placard, poster or other form of advertising in violation of any of the provisions of NRS 405.020 to 405.100, inclusive, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.405.210 Damage to public or private road, bridge or guidepost unlawful; penalty
Every person who shall willfully and maliciously remove, damage or destroy: 
    A.  A highway or a private way laid out by authority of law, or a bridge upon a public or private road, or willfully or maliciously cause to be placed on the highway any substance or thing dangerous to any person or animal traveling on the highway or which might injure or puncture the tire of any vehicle; or 
    B.  A mile board, milestone or guidepost erected upon a highway, or any inscription thereon, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.412.139 Unlawful termination of employment of a member of National Guard because of active service or duty; penalty
    A.  An employer may not terminate the employment of a member of the Nevada National Guard because the member is ordered to active service or duty pursuant to NRS 412.122 or 412.124. 
    B.  Any employer who violates subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.412.606 Discrimination against member of National Guard; penalty
    A.  No person, firm, association, corporation or state or local governmental entity may, by any constitution, rule, bylaw, resolution, vote, regulation, order or other action, discriminate against any member of the Nevada National Guard because of his membership therein. 
    B.  Any person who willfully aids in enforcing any such constitution, rule, bylaw, resolution, vote, regulation, order or other action against any member of the Nevada National Guard is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.425.390 Statement of responsible parent concerning ability to support child; penalty
    A.  The responsible parent of a legitimate child or a child whose paternity has been judicially determined shall complete a written statement, under oath, of: 
        1.  The parent's current monthly and total income over the past 12 months; 
        2.  The number of dependents for whom the parent is providing; 
        3.  The amount which he is contributing regularly toward the support of any child for whom assistance, as defined in NRS 425.280, is granted; 
        4.  The parent's current living expenses; and 
        5.  Such other information as is pertinent to determining the parent's ability to support the children.
    B.  The statement must be provided upon demand made by a prosecuting attorney. Additional statements must be filed by the parent whenever there is a material change in the information given in the statement required under this section. 
    C.  Failure of the responsible parent to comply fully with this section is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.444.583 Unlawful disposal of motor vehicle battery, motor vehicle tire or motor oil; penalty;
    A.  Except as otherwise provided by law, it is unlawful willfully to: 
        1.  Dispose of, abandon, or dump a motor vehicle battery, motor vehicle tire, or motor oil at any site which has not been issued a permit for that purpose by the state department of conservation and natural resources; 
        2.  Dispose of, abandon or dump a motor vehicle battery, motor vehicle tire, or motor oil at a sanitary landfill or other disposal site established by a municipality which has not been issued a permit for that purpose by the state department of conservation and natural resources; or 
        3.  Incinerate a motor vehicle battery or motor vehicle tire as a means of ultimate disposal, unless the incineration is approved by the department for the recovery of energy or other appropriate use.
    B.  A person who violates the provisions of subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not less than $100 per violation. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.444.585 Ownership of recyclable materials; unauthorized collection of recyclable materials prohibited; penalty; civil remedy
    A.  From the time recyclable materials are placed in a container provided by a private recycling business or the person designated by the county to collect recyclable materials; 
        1.  At curbside for collection; or 
        2.  At any other appropriate site designated for collection, the recyclable materials are the property of the private recycling business or person designated by the county to collect them.
    B.  Any person engaged in the unauthorized collection of recyclable materials is guilty of a misdemeanor. Each unauthorized collection constitutes a separate and distinct offense. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.444.610 Solid waste violations and penalty
    A.  Any person who violates any regulation adopted by the state environmental commission or any ordinance or resolution adopted by the governing body of a municipality or district board of health is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  Each day or part of a day during which a violation is continued or repeated constitutes a separate offense. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.444.630 Penalty; enforcement; identification of violator
    A.  As used in this section, "garbage" includes swill, refuse, cans, bottles, paper, vegetable matter, carcass of any dead animal, offal from any slaughter pen or butcher shop, trash or rubbish. 
    B.  Every person who willfully places, deposits, or dumps, or who causes to be placed, deposited or dumped, or who causes or allows to overflow, any sewage, sludge, cesspool or septic tank effluent, or accumulation of human excreta, or any garbage, in or upon any street, alley, public highway or road in common use, or upon any public park or other public property other than property designated or set aside for such a purpose by the governing body having charge thereof, or upon any private property into or upon which the public is admitted by easement license or otherwise, is guilty of a misdemeanor and, if the convicted person agrees, he shall be sentenced to perform 10 hours of work for the benefit of the community under the conditions prescribed in NRS 176.087. 
    C.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 444.585, ownership of garbage does not transfer from the person who originally possessed it until it is received for transport by a person authorized to dispose of solid waste pursuant to this chapter or until it is disposed of at a municipal disposal site. Identification of the owner of any garbage which is disposed of in violation of subsection B creates a reasonable inference that the owner is the person who disposed of the garbage. The fact that the disposal of the garbage was not witnessed does not, in and of itself, preclude the identification of its owner. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.444A.060 Unlawful to refuse to accept used or waste tires in exchange on purchase of new tire; notice of requirement; penalty
It is unlawful for a person who offers a tire for a vehicle for retail sale to refuse to accept used or waste tires in exchange on the purchase of a new tire. This section does not require the purchaser of a tire to provide a used or waste tire as a condition of his purchase of a new tire. The seller shall comply with the regulations of the state environmental commission regarding the proper disposal of the used or waste tires so collected. In addition to any other applicable penalty, any person who violates the provisions of this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than $100 for each day of violation. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.445.120 Water control and air pollution penalty
Any person, firm, association or corporation violating any of the provisions of NRS 445.080 to 445.110, inclusive, governing water controls and air pollution, or of the rules and regulations established pursuant to those sections, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.452.305 Unlawful destruction of or damage to property in cemetery of nonprofit corporation; penalty; liability for damages
    A.  Unless a greater penalty is provided by NRS 206.125, a person who: 
        1.  Willfully destroys, mutilates, defaces, injures, or removes any tomb, monument, gravestone, building or other structure placed in any cemetery of any nonprofit corporation governed by the provisions of chapter 82 of NRS formed for the purpose of procuring and holding lands to be used exclusively for a cemetery or place of burial of the dead; 
        2.  Willfully destroys, mutilates, defaces, injures, or removed any fence, railing, or other work for the protection or ornament of any cemetery of any such nonprofit corporation, or any tomb, monument, gravestone, or any structure, plat, or lot within the cemetery; or 
        3.  Willfully destroys, cuts, breaks, or injures any tree, shrub or plant within the limits of any cemetery of such nonprofit corporation, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.453.336 Unlawful possession of marijuana not for sale
A person shall not knowingly or intentionally possess an ounce or less of marijuana, unless the substance was obtained directly from, or pursuant to, a prescription order of a physician, osteopathic physician’s assistant, physician assistant, dentist, podiatric physician, optometrist, advanced practitioner of nursing or veterinarian while acting in the course of his professional practice, or except as otherwise authorized by the provisions of NRS 453.005 to 453.552, inclusive. Unless a greater penalty is provided pursuant to NRS 212.160, a person who is convicted of the possession of 1 ounce or less of marijuana: 
    A.  For the first offense, is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be: 
        1.  Punished by a fine of not more than $600; or 
        2.  Examined by an approved facility for the treatment of abuse of drugs to determine whether he is a drug addict and is likely to be rehabilitated through treatment and, if the examination reveals that he is a drug addict and is likely to be rehabilitated through treatment, assigned to a program of treatment and rehabilitation pursuant to NRS 453.580.
    B.  For the second offense, is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be: 
        1.  Punished by a fine of not more than $1,000; or 
        2.  Assigned to a program of treatment and rehabilitation pursuant to NRS 453.580.
    C.  For the third offense, is guilty of a gross misdemeanor and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.140. 
    D.  For a fourth or subsequent offense, is guilty of a category E felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130. (Ord. 1171, 2006)
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9.453.566 Unlawful use or possession of drug paraphernalia
Any person who uses, or possesses with intent to use, drug paraphernalia to plant, propagate, cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture, compound, convert, produce, prepare, test, analyze, pack, repack, store, contain, conceal, inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce into the human body a controlled substance in violation of chapter 453 of the Nevada Revised Statutes is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.170 Poison control penalty
Any person violating any of the provisions of NRS 454.010 to 454.160, inclusive, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.346 Use or possession with intent to use drug, chemical, poison or organic solvent to induce euphoria or hallucinations unlawful; exception
    A.  Any person who inhales, ingests, applies, or otherwise uses or possesses with the intent to inhale, ingest, apply or otherwise use any drug, chemical, poison, or organic solvent, in any manner contrary to the directions for use, cautions or warnings appearing on the label, in order to create or induce a condition of intoxication, euphoria, hallucination or elation, or to change, distort, or to disturb his eyesight, thinking process, balance or coordination or to affect his central nervous system is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  The provisions of this section do not apply to a person who uses or intends to use any drug, chemical, poison or organic solvent for medicinal purposes under the supervision of a physician, when the drug, chemical, poison or organic solvent is used or intended for use in keeping with the directions for use as given by the physician. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.351 Drugs which may not be introduced into interstate commerce; penalty; exemptions
    A.  Any person within this state who possesses, procures, obtains, processes, produces, derives, manufactures, sells, offers for sale, gives away or otherwise furnishes any drug which may not be lawfully introduced into interstate commerce under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act in guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  The provisions of this section do not apply: 
        1.  To physicians license to practice in this state who have been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration to possess experimental drugs for the purpose of conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness of such drugs and who maintain complete and accurate records of the use of such drugs and submit clinical reports as required by the Food and Drug Administration. 
        2.  To any substance which has been licensed by the state board of health for manufacture in this state but has not been approved as a drug by the Food and Drug Administration. The exemption granted in this paragraph does not grant authority to transport such a substance out of this state. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.356 Dangerous drug penalty
Except as otherwise specifically provided, every person who violates any provision of NRS 454.181 to 454.371, inclusive, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.510 Unlawful possession of a hypodermic device
Any person who has in his possession or under his control any hypodermic device is guilty of a misdemeanor unless he has acquired the device in accordance with the provisions of NRS 454.480 to 454.530, inclusive. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.454.520 Misuse of hypodermic device; penalty
Any person who has lawfully obtained a hypodermic device, as provided by NRS 454.480 to 454.530, inclusive, and uses, permits or causes, directly or indirectly, such a device to be used for any purpose other than that for which it was purchased is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.459.720 Reports of designated accidents or incidents involving hazardous material; penalty
    A.  Every person who generates, packages, transports, ship, stores or disposes of, or has any responsibility for, any hazardous material in this state shall, pursuant to the regulations of the department of motor vehicles and public safety, report to the Nevada highway patrol division, within 10 days and on forms supplied by the division, designated accidents or incidents involving the hazardous material. 
    B.  Any person who violates the provisions of subsection 1 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.459.775 Hazardous materials violations and penalty
Any person who: 
    A.  Transports a hazardous material in a motor vehicle without a valid permit; 
    B.  Transports a hazardous material in a motor vehicle that has not been inspected pursuant to the regulations of the department of motor vehicles and public safety; 
    C.  Fails to carry the permit or a copy of the permit in the driver's compartment of the motor vehicle if required to do so by a regulation of the department; 
    D.  Transports a hazardous material in a motor vehicle under an expired permit; 
    E.  Violates any of the terms or conditions of a permit issued by the Nevada highway patrol division; or 
    F.  Fails to pay when due any fee established pursuant to NRS 459.744 or 459.746, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.463.347 Penalty for possession of gaming or cashless wagering device, equipment or material illegally manufactured, sold or distributed
Any person who possesses any gaming or cashless wagering device, equipment or material which has been manufactured, sold or distributed in violation of NRS 463.650 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.463.350 Gaming or employment in gaming prohibited for persons under 21
    A.  A person under the age of 21 years shall not: 
        1.  Play, be allowed to play, place wagers at, or collect winnings from, whether personally or through an agent, any gambling game, slot machine, race book, sports pool, or pari-mutuel operator. 
        2.  Loiter, or be permitted to loiter, in or about any room or premises wherein any licensed game, race book, sports pool, or pari-mutuel wagering is operated or conducted. 
        3.  Be employed, as a gaming employee except in a counting room.
    B.  Any licensee, employee, dealer, or other person who violates or permits the violation of any of the provisions of this section and any person, under 21 years of age, who violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    C.  Any person under 21 years of age who loiters in a licensed gaming establishment is guilty of an infraction. 
    D.  In any prosecution or other proceeding for the violation of any of the provisions of this section, it is not excuse for the licensee, employee, dealer or other person to plead that he believed the person to be 21 years old or over. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.010 Willful or negligent failure to guard or extinguish fire; penalty
Every person who willfully or negligently sets or fails to guard carefully or extinguish any fire, whether on his own land or the land of another, where the timber or property of another is endangered is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.020 Willful or negligent failure to extinguish fire in open; penalty
Every person who, upon departing from camp or from any fire started by him in the open, willfully or negligently leaves the fire or fires burning or unexhausted, or fails to extinguish them thoroughly, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.030 Throwing burning cigarette or other material from moving vehicle; willful or negligent placing of burning materials; penalty
    A.  It is unlawful for any person willfully or negligently: 
        1.  To throw or place any lighted cigarette, cigar, ashes, match or other material which may cause a fire in any place where such lighted cigarette, cigar, match, ashes or other material may start a fire. 
        2.  To throw or otherwise discard from a moving vehicle any lighted cigarette, cigar, ash or other material which may cause a fire.
    B.  Any person violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.050 Smoking in building on which notice posted prohibiting smoking
Every person who lights a pipe, cigar or cigarette in, or who enters, with a lighted pipe, cigar, or cigarette, any mill or other building on which is posted in a conspicuous place over and near each principal entrance a notice in plain, legible characters stating that no smoking is allowed in the building is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.060 Operation of internal combustion engine without spark arrestor; penalty; exceptions
    A.  Every person, firm, corporation or association which uses or permits to be used any internal combustion engine which is operated on hydrocarbon fuels on any grass, brush, or forest-covered land without providing and maintaining, in effective order, a spark arrestor attached to the exhaust system is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  For the purposes of this section, a spark arrestor is a device constructed of nonflammable material specifically for the purpose of removing or retaining carbon and other flammable materials over 0.023 inch in size from the exhaust flow of an internal combustion engine that is operated on hydrocarbon fuels. 
    C.  Motor trucks, truck tractors, buses and passenger vehicles, except motorcycles, are not subject to the provisions of this section if the exhaust system is equipped with an adequate and properly maintained muffler in constant operation. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.070 Interference with peace officer, fireman or member of search and rescue organization; disobedience of orders; penalty
    A.  Every person who, at any fire: 
        1.  Disobeys the lawful order of any peace officer or fireman, or a member of a search and rescue organization who is under the direction of the sheriff; 
        2.  Resists or interferes with any lawful effort to extinguish the fire; or 
        3.  Engages in any conduct likely to interfere with the extinguishment of the fire, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
    B.  Every person who, at the scene of an emergency, other than a fire, disobeys any of the lawful orders of a peace officer or fireman, or a member of a search and rescue organization who is under the direction of the sheriff, or resists or interferes with the lawful efforts of any firemen or company of fireman, or members of a search and rescue organization who are under the direction of the sheriff, to control or handle the emergency, or conducts himself in a disorderly manner likely to interfere with the control or handling of the emergency, or who forbids, prevents or dissuades others from assisting to control or handle the emergency, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.075 Intentional obstruction of search and rescue organization; penalty
    A.  A person who, with intent to prevent or obstruct the response to an emergency, damages, removes or hinders the operation of any vehicle, apparatus, equipment or animal being used or which may be used in any emergency by a member of a search and rescue organization, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  As used in this section, "vehicle" means any device in, upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.475.090 Willful and malicious damage or destruction of fire equipment or apparatus; penalty
Every person who willfully and maliciously removes, damages or destroys any engine, hose, hose cart, truck, ladder, extinguisher, or other apparatus used by any fire company or fire department is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.477.250 Violation of statutes and regulations of fire marshal
    A.  Any person who knowingly violates the provisions of chapter 477 of the NRS or any of the regulations adopted by the state fire marshal is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  Each day on which a violation occurs is a separate offense. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.488.365 Adoption of the Nevada Boat Act; penalty
The provisions of chapter 488 of the NRS, also known and cited as the Nevada Boat Act, as amended from time to time, are adopted and incorporated in this section. Except as otherwise provided, any person who violates any of these provisions is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.502.010 License or permit required for hunting, trapping or fishing; exceptions; limitations on hunting by minors
    A.  Every person who hunts or traps any of the wild birds or mammals or who fishes without having first procured a license or permit to do so, as provided in chapter 502 of the NRS, is guilty of a misdemeanor, except that: 
        1.  No license to hunt or fish is required of a resident of this state who is under 12 years of age, unless required for the issuance of tags as prescribed in chapter 502 or by the regulations of the wildlife commission. 
        2.  No license to fish is required of a nonresident of this state who is under 12 years of age, but the number of fish taken by such a nonresident must not exceed 50 percent of the daily creel and possession limits as provided by law. 
        3.  It is unlawful for any child who is under 14 years of age to hunt any of the wild birds or mammals with any firearm, unless the child is accompanied at all times by an adult person licensed to hunt. 
        4.  No child under 12 years of age, whether accompanied by a qualified person or not, may hunt big game in the County. This section does not prohibit any child from accompanying an adult licensed to hunt. 
        5.  No license is required when permitted by regulations of the wildlife commission setting forth the species of wild birds or mammals which may be hunted or trapped without a license or permit. 
        6.  No license is required upon such day as the wildlife commission declares that persons may fish without a license to do so.
    B.  This section does not apply to the protection of persons or property from unprotected wild birds or mammals on or in the immediate vicinity of home or ranch premises. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.502.120 Penalty for refusal to exhibit license, wildlife or equipment on demand; penalty for failure to have license in possession
Every person required to have a license as provided in chapter 502 of NRS who, while hunting, trapping or fishing, refuses to exhibit the license, any wildlife which he may have in his possession, or any weapon, ammunition, device or apparatus in his possession which may be used for hunting, trapping or fishing, upon the demand of any officer authorized to enforce the fish and game laws of this state, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.503.175 Penalty for discharging firearm from or over federal or state highway or county road
Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 202.287, a person who discharges a firearm from, upon, over or across any federal highway, state highway as described in NRS 408.285, or main or general county road as designated in NRS 403.170, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.503.430 Water pollution: Deposit of substance deleterious to fish or wildlife; penalties
Except as otherwise provided in NRS 445.281 or unless a greater penalty is prescribed by NRS 459.600, every person who places or allows to pass, or who places where it can pass or fall into or upon any of the waters of this state at any time, any lime, gas tar, slag, acids, or other chemical, sawdust, shavings, slabs, edging, mill, or factory refuse, sewage, garbage, or any substance deleterious to fish or wildlife is guilty of a misdemeanor for the first offense. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.533.460 Unauthorized use or willful waste of water, prima facie evidence
The unauthorized use of water to which another person is entitled, or the willful waste of water to the detriment of another, is a misdemeanor. The possession or use of water without legal right is prima facie evidence of the guilt of the person using or diverting it. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.533.465 Interference with headgate, water box or water; prima facie evidence
    A.  Any person who shall willfully, open, close, change or interfere with any lawfully established headgate or water box without authority, or who shall willfully use water or conduct water into or through his ditch which has been lawfully denied him by the state engineer, his assistants or water commissioners, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B.  The possession or use of water when the possession or use has been lawfully denied by the state engineer or other competent authority is prima facie evidence of the guilt of the person using it. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.533.530 Unlawful diversion and waste of water; penalty
    A.  It is an unlawful use and waste of water for any person during the irrigating season: 
        1.  To divert and conduct the water, or any portion of any river, creek, or stream into any slough, dam or pond and retain, or cause the water to be held or retained without making any other use of the water; or 
        2.  To divert and conduct the water, or any portion, away from any river, creek, or stream, and run or allow the water to run to waste on sagebrush or greasewood land.
    The irrigation of unimproved pasture which has a surface water right is not a waste of water. 
    B.  Any person who wastes water in violation of any of the provisions of subsection A is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.535.110 Unlawful removal, damage or destruction of piling, dike, dock or lock; unlawful structures
    A.  Every person who willfully and maliciously removes, damages or destroys a pile or other material fixed in the ground and used for securing any bank or dam of any river or other water, or any dike, dock, quay, jetty, or lock is guilty of a misdemeanor. 
    B. Every person who: 
        1.  Moors any vessel, scow, barge, raft, or boom to any bridge; or 
        2.  Erects or maintains any unlawful structure in any stream or river, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.574.100 Overdriving, torturing, injuring or abandoning animals; failure to provide proper sustenance; penalty
Except in any case involving a willful or malicious act for which a greater penalty is provided by NRS 206.150, a person who: 
    A.  Overdrives, overloads, tortures or cruelly beats or unjustifiably injures, maims, mutilates, or kills any animal, whether belonging to himself or to another; 
    B.  Deprives any animal of necessary sustenance, food, or drink, or neglects or refuses to furnish it such sustenance or drink; 
    C.  Causes, procures, or permits any animal to be overdriven, overloaded, tortured, cruelly beaten, or unjustifiably injured, maimed, mutilated, or killed, or to be deprived of necessary food or drink; 
    D.  Willfully sets on foot, instigates, engages in, or in any way furthers an act of cruelty to any animal, or any act tending to produce such cruelty; or     
    E.  Abandons an animal in circumstances other than those prohibited in 9.574.110, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.574.110 Abandonment of disabled animal unlawful; penalty
A person being the owner or possessor, or having charge or custody, of a maimed, diseased, disabled, or infirm animal, who abandons the animal or leaves it to die in a public street, road, or public place, or who allows it to lie in a public street, road, or public place more than 3 hours after he receives notice that it is left disabled, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.575.020 Allowing vicious animal to escape or run at large; vicious animal may be killed; liability of person having care or custody of animal which bothers, injures or kills livestock of another
Every person having the care or custody of any animal known to possess any vicious or dangerous tendencies, who allows it to escape or run at large in any place or manner liable to endanger the safety of any person, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.598.0999 Deceptive trade practices
Any natural person, firm, or any officer or managing agent of any corporation or association who knowingly and willfully engages in a deceptive trade practice as defined in NRS 598.0915, NRS 598.0917, NRS 598.092, NRS 598.0923, and NRS 598.0925 is, for the first offense, guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.602.090 Doing business under assumed or fictitious name
    A.  Every person doing business under an assumed or fictitious name which does not show the real name of each person who owns an interest in the business shall comply with the provisions of chapter 602 of NRS. 
    B.  A person who does business in the county without filing a fictitious name certificate, or without complying with the requirements of chapter 602 of the NRS, or who falsely files a certificate of termination, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.609.210 Employing or exhibiting minor in injurious, immoral or dangerous business
Every person who employs, or causes to be employed, exhibits or has in his custody for exhibition or employment, any minor, and every parent, relative, guardian, employer or other person having the care, custody or control of any minor, who in any way procures or consents to the employment of the minor;
    A.  In begging, receiving alms, or in any mendicant occupation;     
    B.  In any indecent or immoral exhibition or practice; 
    C.  In any practice or exhibition dangerous or injurious to life, limb, health or morals; 
    D.  As a messenger for delivering letters, telegrams, packages or bundles to any house of prostitution or assignation; 
    E.  In any public dance hall within this state where alcoholic beverages are dispensed; or     
    F.  In any area of a casino where there is gaming or where the sale of alcoholic beverages is the primary commercial activity unless the minor is in the casino area to provide entertainment pursuant to an employment contract, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.609.245 Employment of child under 14 years of age unlawful without written permission of district judge or his designee
Every person who employs and every parent, guardian or other person having the care, custody or control of such child, who permits to be employed by another, any child under the age or 14 years at any labor whatever, in or in connection with any store, shop, factory, minor or any inside employment not connected with farm work, housework, or employment as a performer in a motion picture, without the written permission of the employment signed by a judge of the district court of the county of the child's residence, or signed by a juvenile master, referee or probation officer authorized to sign such a permit by a judge of the district court of the county of the child's residence, is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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9.62.281 Penalties for disobedience of court orders made in juvenile proceedings
Any person, except a child, who willfully violates, neglects or refuses to obey the terms of any order of disposition made by the court under the provisions of chapter 62 of the Nevada Revised Statutes is guilty of a misdemeanor, and may also be punished for contempt. (Ord. 693, 1995)
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