§16-4-4. Evidence of infection.
The following are prima facie grounds and reasons for suspecting that a person is infected with a sexually transmitted disease:

(a) Being a person who has been convicted in any court, or before a police judge, or before a magistrate, upon any charge growing out of sexual behavior;

(b) Being a person reported by a physician as infected with a sexually transmitted disease, where the person is afterwards reported as having failed to return for treatment; and

(c) Being a person designated in a sexually transmitted disease report as having a sexual exposure to the infected person reported.