Senate Constitutional Amendment 29. Adds Section 31a to Article IV of Constitution. Declares that nothing in Constitution shall be construed as limiting the power of the Legislature to provide by general law, from public moneys or funds, for the indemnification of owners of livestock taken, slaughtered or otherwise disposed of pursuant to law to prevent the spread of contagious or infectious disease; provided the amount paid in any case for such animal shall not exceed the value thereof.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 893598; A: 82.9; N: 184922; B: 17.1
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Code Sections Affected
Added Cal. Const. art. IV, section 31a.
Sanborn Young, State Senator, Twenty-seventh District; Frank S. Boggs, State Senator, Tenth District
AUTHORIZING INDEMNITY TO OWNERS FOR LIVE STOCK DESTROYED TO PREVENT SPREAD OF DISEASE California Proposition 13 (1930).