Nevada Revised Statutes Title 35. Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks § 403.560. Erection of guideboard on county road; penalty for destruction or defacement
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1. The board of county commissioners of each county shall cause to be put up, and to be kept up thereafter, at each crossing or fork of any county road in the county, a guideboard, having thereon an index or pointer and the words “To (naming the place or first point of any importance on such road, and in remote desert and mountain areas to the nearest water, and the number of miles, as near as may be, thereto) miles.” The guideboards must be put up and so placed at all such points as to enable travelers readily to understand therefrom the road they wish to travel in order to arrive at the desired destination, or to find water.
2. Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 202.287, a person who willfully tears down, digs up, shoots or in any manner defaces, destroys or carries away any such guideboard, road marker, highway sign or descriptive sign is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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