$750 fine for leaving your fence open in Wyoming
A person is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) if he opens and neglects to close a gate or replace bars in a fence which crosses a private road or a river, stream or ditch.
You may not buy junk from a drunk in Wyoming!
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 found to be the owner of stolen property, which had been so sold, the property shall be returned to the owner thereof without the payment of any money on the part of the owner.
X-rays may not be used to fit orthopedic shoes in Washington
Prohibition — Fluoroscopic x-ray shoe fitting devices
The operation or maintenance of any X-ray, fluoroscopic, or other equipment or apparatus employing roentgen rays, in the fitting of shoes or other footwear or in the viewing of bones in the feet is prohibited. This prohibition does not apply to any licensed physician, surgeon, *podiatrist, or any person practicing a licensed healing art, or any technician working under the direct and immediate supervision of such persons.
In Rhode Island, it is illegal to place a windmill within 25 rods of any road
Rhode Island 11-22-5
Penalty for unlawful windmill.
Every person who shall erect, locate or run any windmill twenty-five (25) rods of any traveled street or road shall be fined for every offense not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500) nor less than one hundred dollars ($100), one-half (1/2) inuring to the use of the town where the offense shall have been committed and one-half (1/2) to the use of the state.
Washington health laws prohibit anyone with a common cold from appearing in public
Exposing contagious disease -- Penalty
Every person who shall willfully expose himself to another, or any animal affected with any contagious or infectious disease, in any public place or thoroughfare, except upon his or its necessary removal in a manner not dangerous to the public health; and every person so affected who shall expose any other person thereto without his knowledge, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.