Initiative. Amends Constitution, Article XX, section 22. Prohibits consumption, sale, or disposition for consumption on premises, of intoxicating liquors, except beer, in public saloons or barrooms; permits possession, sale, consumption or disposition of all liquors in bona fide hotels, restaurants, public eating places, and in bona fide clubs after one year's lawful operation; fixes license fees therefor, giving Board of Equalization exclusive power to change same, issue liquor licenses, collect license fees and occupation taxes requiring Legislature apportion proceeds therefrom between State, counties, and cities. Continues State Liquor Control Act provisions, consistent herewith, until Legislature provides otherwise.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 1262315; A: 63.9; N: 714303; B: 36.1
Hammond v. McDonald: 49 Cal. App. 2d 671, 1942
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Const. art. XX, section 22.
S. F. B. Morse, President, Northern California Business Council; Byron C. Hanna, President, Southern California Business Men's Association
Nathan Newby, Los Angeles, California
INTOXICATING LIQUORS California Proposition 2 (1934).