Declares nuisance any building or place where acts of lewdness, assignation or prostitution occur, and general reputation admissible to prove existence of nuisance: prescribes procedure for abatement thereof: requires removal and sale of fixtures and movable property used in aid thereof, closing premises to any use for one year unless court releases same upon bond of owner: prescribes fees therefor, making same and all costs payable from proceeds of such sale, requiring sale of premises to satisfy any deficiency: makes fines lien upon interest in premises.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 402629; A: 53.3; N: 352821; B: 46.7
Edwin E. Grant, State Senator Nineteenth District
George Appell, Attorney Property Owners' Protective Association of California
ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES California Proposition 30 (1914).