Junk dealers may not make any business transactions with drunk persons.

33-18-105. Purchase from intoxicated persons. No person, firm or corporation engaged in the buying or selling of junk metals, rubber, rags or paper, shall purchase any articles from any person appearing to be intoxicated, nor from any person known to be a thief, or to have been convicted of larceny, and when any person is […]

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If one is drunk in a mine, he or she could land in jail for up to a year.

35-10-402. Entering mines, metallurgical works or sawmills while intoxicated; taking intoxicants into related structures. Whoever shall, while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, enter any mine, smelter, metallurgical works, machine shops or sawmills, or any of the buildings connected with the operation of the same in Wyoming where miners or workmen are employed or whoever […]

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You may not fish with a firearm

23-3-201. Fishing tackle; designation of waters for setline fishing; taking fish with firearm prohibited; snagging; penalties. (a) Except as otherwise provided, fish may only be taken or fished for with a maximum of two (2) rods or poles, with lines and hooks attached, and with the user in attendance. (b) No line shall have more […]

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