I gather, droogie, that you are asking about “No ____” as a command against something. As the OED puts it,
e. In a notice or slogan consisting of a noun phrase forming the subject or complement of an implied verb.
(a) Denoting that something is forbidden or unwelcome: let there be no ——, no —— is allowed, etc. Cf. no smoking phr., no parking adj., etc.
a1625 J. Fletcher Bonduca iv. iv, in F. Beaumont & J. Fletcher Comedies & Trag. (1647) 65 Swet. Mercy yet. Bond. No talking: puff, there goes all your pitie.
1782 F. Burney Cecilia IV. viii. vii. 298 No talking! no thanking! no compliments of any sort!
1821 P. Egan Life in London iv. (Farmer) You shall be admitted into the preserve; but remember no poaching.