1.To process, sell or offer for sale, transport or deliver or receive for transportation, in intrastate commerce, any livestock or poultry carcass or part thereof unless such article has been inspected and unless the article and its shipping container and immediate container, if any, are marked in accordance with the requirements of NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, or the Wholesome Meat Act or the Wholesome Poultry Products Act.
2.To sell or otherwise dispose of, for human food, any livestock or poultry carcass or part thereof which has been inspected and declared to be adulterated in accordance with NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, or which is misbranded.
3.Falsely to make or issue, alter, forge, simulate or counterfeit or use without proper authority any official inspection certificate, memorandum, mark or other identification, or device for making such mark or identification, used in connection with inspection in accordance with NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, or cause, procure, aid, assist in, or be a party to such false making, issuing, altering, forging, simulating, counterfeiting or unauthorized use, or knowingly to possess, without promptly notifying the Officer or the Officer’s representative, utter, publish or use as true, or cause to be uttered, published or used as true, any such falsely made or issued, altered, forged, simulated or counterfeited official inspection certificate, memorandum, mark or other identification, or device for making such mark or identification, or to represent that any article has been officially inspected in accordance with NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, when such article has in fact not been so inspected, or knowingly to make any false representations in any certificate prescribed by the Officer or any form resembling any such certificate.
4.To misbrand or do an act intending to misbrand any livestock or poultry carcass or part thereof, in intrastate commerce.
5.To use any container bearing an official inspection mark unless the article contained therein is in the original form in which it was inspected and covered by such mark unless the mark is removed, obliterated or otherwise destroyed.
6.To refuse at any reasonable time to permit access:
(a)By the Officer or his or her agents to the premises of an establishment in this state where carcasses of livestock or poultry, or parts thereof, are processed for intrastate commerce.
(b)By the Secretary of Agriculture or the Secretary’s representative to the premises of any establishment specified in paragraph (a), for inspection and the taking of reasonable samples.
7.To refuse to permit access to and the copying of any record as authorized by NRS 583.485.
8.To use for personal advantage, or reveal, other than to the authorized representatives of any state agency in their official capacity, or to the courts when relevant in any judicial proceeding, any information acquired under the authority of NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, concerning any matter which as a trade secret is entitled to protection.
9.To deliver, receive, transport, sell or offer for sale or transportation in intrastate commerce, for human consumption, any uneviscerated slaughtered poultry, or any livestock or poultry carcass or part thereof which has been processed in violation of any requirements under NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, except as may be authorized by and pursuant to rules and regulations prescribed by the Officer.
10.To apply to any livestock or poultry carcass or part thereof, or any container thereof, any official inspection mark or label required by NRS 583.255 to 583.555, inclusive, except by, or under the supervision of, an inspector.
Section 583.475 — Unlawful acts.,