Sec. 24-41.  Advertising devices adjacent to highway.


No advertising devices shall be erected or operated upon any private property adjacent to or near any public road, or any street in any city or village, when the beam of such device is concentrated on the public road or street or adversely affects the vision of operators of vehicles upon the roadway or street by the use of flashing red, amber or yellow, or green lights which have the very obvious appearance of devices generally used as official traffic-control devices, photo-flash type lights, flood or spot lights or other lighted signs which use the words Stop or Danger prominently displayed, or imply the need or requirement of stopping or the existence of danger or otherwise copy or resemble official traffic-control devices.  Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to apply to official traffic-control devices erected by the public agencies having jurisdiction.  Any advertising device erected, maintained, or operated in violation of this section is hereby declared to be a public nuisance.

State law reference--Similar provisions, R.R.S. 1943, 60-6,122 to 60-6,128.