Such a system is not quite the Salic law, which bars females from the throne. What stops it short of being the Salic law is that females can at least transmit succession rights -- something not permitted by the Salic law.
Nor is it the semi-Salic law, which permits a female to inherit the throne, in the event that there are no eligible males. Succession is in the male-line only until extinction, whereupon the female most closely related to the last male sovereign is treated as a male, for the purpose of succession. But Baden and Liechtenstein will not permit this.
Are there other examples? I'm not sure what exactly you would call such a succession law ...