Initiative. Prohibits keeping open for business any store, barber shop, workshop, factory, or other place of business, or performing or employing labor, on Sunday; excepts necessary, charitable or recreational works, needful during day for good order, health or comfort of community, enumerating many thereof but declaring enumeration not all inclusive; excepts work by member of religious society which observes weekly for rest or worship a day other than Sunday, provided he keeps place of business closed and does not work that day. Declares contracts made on Sunday and acts limiting hours of labor of females not affected.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 214533; A: 17.0; N: 1047926; B: 83.0
Henry S. Guio, President of California Master Barbers Association; Daniel F. Tattenham, Secretary, State Association Journeymen Barbers
Edwin Higgins, Managing Director California Oil and Gas Association
SUNDAY CLOSING LAW California Proposition 26 (1930).