This article, which contains a schedule and ordinances, provided for Wyoming’s transition from its territorial status to statehood. It generally defined how rights, obligations, offices, and records existing under the territorial government would be treated upon statehood, and it provided for political elections and the transfer of judicial cases. For the most part, these sections and the cases interpreting them are purely of historical interest. Or, in the case of the ordinances (secs. 24–28), the sections are redundant of earlier provisions in the constitution....
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