Referendum against Chapter 51, Statutes 1935 entitled "An act relating to revenue and taxation, providing for an excise tax on the sale of all oleomargarine containing any fat or oil ingredient other than anyone or more of the following: oleo oil, oleo stock, oleo stearine from cattle, neutral lard from hogs, sheep fat, cottonseed oil, peanut oil, corn oil, or milk fat; providing a penalty for a violation of the provisions thereof," which act imposes a tax of ten cents per pound on oleomargarine (therein defined) sold or offered for sale in California.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 400367; A: 20.9; N: 1513924; B: 79.1
F. T. ROBSON, Stanford Vina Ranch, Vina, California; Carolyn Weber
OLEOMARGARINE TAX California Proposition 18 (1936).