PROHIBITION ENFORCEMENT ACT. Submitted to electors by referendum. Defines intoxicating liquor as that containing over one-half of one per cent of alcohol; with certain exceptions relating to religious, medicinal and home use, prohibits the manufacture, possession, receiving, serving, gift and transportation thereof, and also the advertising and soliciting the sale thereof, for beverage purposes; declares nothing therein shall authorize anything prohibited by any act of Congress, nor limit the power of any city or county to prohibit the manufacture and sale of such liquor; regulates the dealing in intoxicating liquor for nonbeverage purposes; and prescribes penalties.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 400475; A: 46.2; N: 465537; B: 53.8
M. B. Harris, State Senator Twenty-sixth District
E. M. Sheehan, President California Grape Growers' Exchange
PROHIBITION ENFORCEMENT ACT California Proposition 2 (1920).