Section 20. The Legislature shall not pass special or local laws in any of the following enumerated cases; that is to say, regulating the jurisdiction and duties of any class of officers, or for the punishment of crime or misdemeanor; except for the enforcement of special local laws regulating the practice of courts of justice; providing for changing venue of civil and criminal cases; granting divorces; changing the names of persons; vacating roads; summoning and empaneling grand and petit juries and providing for their compensation; for assessment and collection of taxes for State and county and municipal purposes; for opening and conducting elections for State and county and municipal officers, and for designating the places of voting; for the sale of real estate belonging to minors, estates of decedents, and of persons laboring under legal disabilities; regulating the fees of officers of the State or county or municipalities; giving effect to informal or invalid deeds or wills; legitimizing children; providing for the adoption of children; relieving minors from legal disabilities; and for the establishment of ferries.
Section 24, Article III, of the Constitution of the State of Florida is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
Section 24. The legislature shall establish a uniform system of county government. It shall divide municipalities into classes of not more than four, on the basis of population; it shall establish for each class a uniform system of government; it shall provide for the re-incorporation of each now existing municipality and for the incorporation of each hereafter to be incorporated municipality into one of such classes and no law relating to the creation, government or powers of any municipality or number of municipalities less than the whole of a class, shall be valid.
Section 8, Article VIII, of the Constitution of the State of Florida is hereby repealed.