Sec. 1. Legislature to provide for protection of livestock and stock owners.
The legislature shall pass all necessary laws to provide for the protection of livestock against the introduction or spread of pleuro-pneumonia, glandes, splenetic or Texas fever, and other infectious or contagious diseases. The legislature shall also establish a system of quarantine, or inspection, and such other regulations as may be necessary for the protection of stock owners, and most conducive to the stock interests within the state.
Sec. 2. Dayâ€™s work.
Eight (8) hours actual work shall constitute a lawful dayâ€™s work in all mines, and on all state and municipal works.
Labor on Public Works
Sec. 3. Who shall not be employed on public works.
No person not a citizen of the United States or who has not declared his intention to become such, shall be employed upon or in connection with any state, county or municipal works or employment.
Sec. 4. Legislature to provide for enforcement of section 3.
The legislature shall, by appropriate legislation, see that the provisions of the foregoing section are enforced.
Boards of Arbitration
Sec. 5. Legislature to establish courts of arbitration; duties. [Repealed.]
This section was repealed by a resolution of the 1965 legislature, ratified by a vote of the people at the general election held on November 8, 1966, and proclaimed in effect on January 17, 1967.
Sec. 6. Importing armed bodies to suppress violence prohibited; exception.
No armed police force, or detective agency, or armed body, or unarmed body of men, shall ever be brought into this state, for the suppression of domestic violence, except upon the application of the legislature, or executive, when the legislature cannot be convened.
Sec. 7. Contract exempting employer from liability for personal injuries prohibited.
It shall be unlawful for any person, company or corporation, to require of its servants or employees as a condition of their employment, or otherwise, any contract or agreement whereby such person, company or corporation shall be released or discharged from liability or responsibility, on account of personal injuries received by such servants or employees, while in the service of such person, company or corporation, by reason of the negligence of such person, company or corporation, or the agents or employees thereof, and such contracts shall be absolutely
null and void.
Sec. 8. Legislature to provide for voluntary submission of differences to arbitrators.
The legislature may provide by law for the voluntary submission of differences to arbitrators for determination and said arbitrators shall have such powers and duties as may be prescribed by law; but they shall have no power to render judgment to be obligatory on parties; unless they voluntarily submit their matters of difference and agree to abide the judgment of such arbitrators.
Sec. 9. Exemption of homestead.
A homestead as provided by law shall be exempt from forced sale under any process of law, and shall not be alienated without the joint consent of husband and wife, when that relation exists; but no property shall be exempt from sale for taxes, or for the payment of obligations contracted for the purchase of said premises, or for the erection of improvements thereon.
Sec. 10. Intoxicating liquors.
On and after the first day of March, 1935, the manufacture, sale and keeping for sale of malt, vinous or spirituous liquors, wine, ale, porter, beer or any intoxicating drink, mixture or preparation of like nature may be permitted in the State of Wyoming under such regulation as the legislature may prescribe. In 1917, the Prohibition amendment was passed and in 1933 this amendment, which repealed Prohibition, was approved.
Sec. 11. Use of monies in public employee retirement funds restricted.
All monies from any source paid into any public employee retirement system created by the laws of this state shall be used only for the benefit of the members, retirees and beneficiaries of that system, including the payment of system administrative costs. This section was added by a resolution adopted by the 1990 legislature, ratified by a vote of the people at the general election held on November 6, 1990, and proclaimed in effect on November 21, 1990.