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ORDER OF MEASURES ON BALLOT, AND LOCATION IN THIS PAMPHLET.

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1. Calling convention for revision of consti.
tution

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2. Prohibition

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3. Eight hour law.

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4. Abatement of nuisances

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5. Investment companies act.

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6. Water commission act--

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7. Local taxation exemption.

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8. Exempting vessels from taxation-

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9. Regulating investment companies

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10. Abolition of poll tax.
11. University of California building bond act 73
12. Constitutional conventions

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13. Qualification of voters at bond elections - 55
14. Voting by absent electors.

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15. Deposit of public moneys.-

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16. Condemnation for public purposes.

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17. Exposition contribution by Alameda coun.
ty

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18. Non-sale of game-

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19. Consolidation of city and county, and lim.

ited annexation of contiguous territory- 89
20. Prize fights

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21. City and county consolidation, and annex.

ation with consent of annexed territory- 85
22. Land title law-

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23. Elections by plurality, preferential vote
and primary

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24. Assembly pay roll expenses-

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25. Adoption and amendment of municipal
charters

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26. Legislative control of irrigation, reclama-
tion and drainage districts.

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27. County charters
28. Regulation of public utilities.

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29. Incorporation of municipalities

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30. Irrigation districts controlling interna-
tional water systems--

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31. Valuation of condemned public utilities by
railroad commission

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32. Election of United States senators.

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33. Public utilities in municipalities.-

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34. Taxation of public property--

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35. Sacramento state building bonds.

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36. San Francisco state building act.

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37. State Fair grounds bonds---

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38. Los Angeles state building bonds.-

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39. Suspension of prohibition amendment
40. Extra sessions of district courts of appeal 2
41. Miscarriage of justice -

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42. Place of payment of bonds and interest 4
43. Exempting educational institutions from
taxation

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44. Minimum wage
45. One day of rest in seven.

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46. Drugless practice

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47. Prohibition elections

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48. San Francisco harbor improvement act-- 36

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SUMMARY OF MEASURES SUBMITTED TO ELECTORS.

(Total number, 48.)
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY LEGISLATURE.

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S. C. A. No. 12. Miscarriage of justice-----
S. C. A. No. 13. Place of payment of bonds and interest
S. C. A. No. 15. Exempting educational institutions from taxation
S. C. A. No. 16. Condemnation for public purposes
S. C. A. No. 17. Exempting vessels from taxation
S. C. A. No. 34. Exposition contribution by Alameda county
S. C. A. No. 53. Public utilities in municipalities--
A. C. A. No. 6. Taxation of public property-
A. C. A. No. 7. Local taxation exemption----
A. C. A. No. 19. Elections by plurality, preferential vote and primary-
A. C. A. No. 23. Assembly pay roll expenses..
A. C. A. No. 25. Adoption and amendment of municipal charters
A. C. A. No. 32. Extra sessions of district courts of appeal
A. C. A. No. 47. Legislative control of irrigation, reclamation and drainage districts..
A. C. A. No. 60. County charters
A. C. A. No. 62. Regulation of public utilities..
A. C. A. No. 81. Incorporation of municipalities_
A. C. A. No. 84. Irrigation districts controlling international water systems.-
A. C. A. No. 87. Valuation of condemned public utilities by railroad commission.
A. C. A. No. 88. Constitutional conventions
A. C. A. No. 90. Minimum wage
A. C. A. No. 92. Election of United States senators

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION SUBMITTED BY LEGISLATURE.
A. C. R. No. 17. Caiing convention for revision of constitution

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ACTS OF LEGISLATURE SUBMITTED TO REFERENDUM.
Abatement of nuisances; Red Light Abatement Act
Investment Companies Act; Blue Sky Law---
Non sale of game; amends Penal Code section 626k
Water Commission Act; creates state water commission

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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION,

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Abolition of poll tax-
Deposit of public moneys.
City and county consolidation, and annexation with consent of annexed territory
Consolidation of city and county, and limited annexation of contiguous territory
Prohibition
Prohibition elections
Suspension of prohibition amendment-
Qualification of voters at bond elections.

BONDING PROPOSITIONS SUBMITTED BY INITIATIVE PETITION.
Los Angeles state building---
University of California buildings.

AMENDMENTS TO PENAL CODE SUBMITTED BY INITIATIVE PETITION.
Ek hour law-
Prize fights

GENERAL LAWS SUBMITTED BY INITIATIVE PETITION.
Regulating investment companies.
Land title law----
One day of rest in seven..
Drugless practice
Voting by absent electors.-

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RECAPITULATION.

AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION.
Art. 1, Secs. 26 and 27. Prohibition.-
Art. 1, Sec. 26a. Suspension of prohibition amendment
Art. II, Sec. 7. Qualification of voters at bond elections
Art, IV, Sec. 142. Prohibition elections
Art. IV, Sec. 23a. Assembly pay roll expenses.
Art. IV, Sec. 31. Irrigation districts controlling international water systems-
Art. V, Sec. 20. Election of United States senators
Art. VI, Sec. 4a. Extra sessions of district courts of appeal
Art. VI, Sec. 41/2. Miscarriage of justice---
Art. XI, Sec. 6. Incorporation of municipalities
Art. XI, Sec. 712. County charters
Art. XI, Sec. 8. Adoption and amendment of municipal charters
Art. Xl, Sec. 8/2. City and county consolidation.
Art. XI, Sec. 81/2Consolidation of city and county
Art. XI, Sec. 13. Legislative control of irrigation, reclamation and drainage districts.
Art. XI, Sec. 132. Place of payment of bonds and interest
Art. XI, Sec. 161/2. Deposit of public moneys.
Art. XI, Sec. 18. Exposition contribution by Alameda county
Art. XI, Sec. 19. Public utilities in municipalities.
Art. XI, Sec. 20. Condemnation for public purposes
Art. XII, Sec. 23. Regulation of public utilities--
Art. XII, Sec. 23a. Valuation of condemned public utilities by railroad commission.
Art. XIII, Sec. 1. Taxation of public property-
Art. XIII, Sec. 1a. Exempting educational institutions from taxation
Art. XII, Sec. 4. Exempting vessels from taxation
Art. XIII, Sec. 81/2. Local taxation exemption.
Art. XIII, Sec. 12. Abolition of poll tax--
Art. XVIII, Sec. 2. Constitutional conventions
Art. XX, Sec. 13. Elections by plurality, preferential vote and primary
Art. XX, Sec. 1712. Minimum wage

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION.
A. C. R. 17. Calling convention for revision of constitution

AMENDMENTS TO PENAL CODE.
Section 393/2. Eight hour law.-

58 Section 626k. Non-sale of game
Sections 412, 413, 41312. Prize fights---- 95

BONDING PROPOSITIONS.
Los Angeles state building

70 San Francisco harbor improvement.
Sacramento state buildings.

32 State Fairgrounds...
San Francisco state building---

33 University of California buildings--

GENERAL LAWS.
Abatement of nulsances.

50 One day of rest in seven---
Drugless practice

97 Regulating investment companies.
Investment companies act...

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Voting by absent electors.---
Land title law--

59 Water commission act

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MANNER IN WHICH QUESTIONS, PROPOSITIONS, PROPOSED LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONAL

AMENDMENTS WILL BE DESIGNATED ON THE BALLOT.

CALLING CONVENTION FOR REVISION OF CONSTITUTION. Assembly Concur

rent Resolution 17. Recommends that electors vote for or against a convention for YES

revising the constitution; provides that if majority vote in favor thereof, the legis1 lature shall at next session provide for election of delegates to such convention and

the holding thereof at state capitol within three months from date of election calling the same, and that it shall continue in session until it has completed the work of

NO revision and provided for submission thereof to electors. PROHIBITION. Initiative amendment adding sections 26 and 27 to article I of consti

tution. Prohibits the manufacture, sale, girt, or transportation wholly within the YES

state, of intoxicating liquor; permits any citizen to enjoin violations; makes the 2 showing that the manufacture, use, sale, gift oor transportation was for medicinal,

actions, and requires regulation by law of such acts for said purposes; prohibits transportation into this state of intoxicating liquor, unless shown to be for such pur

NO poses, subject, however, to United States laws; prescribes and authorizes penalties. EIGHT HOUR LAW. Initiative act adding section 393 12 to the Penal Code. Declares

it a misdemeanor, punishable by fine or imprisonment in county jail or both, for any YES 3 ,

foreman or other agent to require or permit, any person in his employ to work more than eight hours in one day, or more than forty-eight hours in one week, except in

NO case of extraordinary emergency caused by fire, flood, or danger to life or property. ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES. Act submitted to electors by referendum. Declares nuisance any building or place where acts of lewdness, assignation or prostitution

YES occur, and general reputation admissible to prove existence of nuisance; prescribes 4 of

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

NO deficiency; makes fines lien upon interest in premises. INVESTMENT COMPANIES ACT. Submitted to electors by referendum. Creates

state corporation department. Authorizes governor to appoint commissioner of corporations who shall employ necessary deputies, fix their compensation, have control YES

over investment companies and investment brokers and power of examination 5

thereof as in state banks; prohibits issuance of securities before investigation by commissioner, regulates issuance and sale thereof, taking subscriptions therefor, advertisements and circulars respecting same; creates rund from official fees and declares salaries and expenses payable therefrom; provides for broker's permit and

NO agent's certificate, reports by companies and brokers, appeal to court from commis

sioner's decision, and penalties for violations. WATER COMMISSION ACT. Submitted to electors by referendum. Creates state

water commission for control of appropriation and use of waters; defines rights in YES 6

and water rights, appropriation thereof, apportionment of same between claimants, issuance of licenses, and revocation thereof; declares present rights of municipal NO

corporations unaffected. LOCAL TAXATION EXEMPTION. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 7 adding sec

tion 812 to article XIII of constitution. Authorizes any county or municipality to YES

exempt from taxation for local purposes in whole or in part, any one or more of 7

hold furniture; live stock; merchandise; machinery; tools; farming implements; vehicles; other personal property except franchises; provides that ordinance or reso- NO lution making such exemptions shall be subject to referendum; and requires that

taxes upon property not exempt from taxation shall be uniform. EXEMPTING VESSELS FROM TAXATION. Senate Constitutional Amendment 17

adding section 4 to article XIII of constitution. Exempts from taxation until and YES 8 including January 1, 1935, except for state purposes, all vessels over 50 tons burden,

in of

NO passengers.

YES

REGULATING INVESTMENT COMPANIES. Initiative act authorizing governor to

appoint auditor of investments empowered to employ deputies and fix their compensation, defining investment companies, authorizing examination thereof by auditor

and judicial investigation of their practices, defining securities and prohibiting 9

sale thereof to public, or taking subscriptions therefor, by such companies before filing with auditor their nancial statement and description of security, excepting from act certain companies and individuals, securities thereof and certain installment securities, regulating advertisements and circulars regarding securities, creating fund from official fees for salaries and expenses under act; repeals all laws on subject adopted heretofore or concurrently herewith.

NO

ABOLITION OF POLL TAX. Initiative amendment to section 12 of article XIII of the YES 10

constitution. Provides that no poll or head tax for any purpose shall be levied or collected in this state.

NO

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BUILDING BOND ACT. Initiative measure provid- YES

ing for the issuance and sale of state bonds in the sum of $1,800,000 to create a 11

fund for the completion and construction of buildings on the grounds of the University of California in the city of Berkeley, said bonds to bear interest at four and

NO one half per cent and to mature at different periods until January 5, 1965.

YES

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 88 amend

ing section 2 of article XVIII of constitution. Present section unchanged except in following particulars: provides that delegates to constitutional conventions shall be

nominated at non-partisan primary election as prescribed by legislature, those re12 (

more if tied) being only candidates at further election; authorizes legislature to submit for adoption by electors other plans for selecting delegates; provides that convention shall meet within nine months after election, and may submit new constitution or amendments or revisions of that existing, as alternative propositions or otherwise.

NO

YES

QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS AT BOND ELECTIONS. Initiative amendment adding

section 7 to article II of constitution. Provides that no elector may vote on question 13

of incurring bonded indebtedness of state or political subdivision thereof, unless he is owner of property taxable for payment of such indebtedness and assessed to him on last assessment roll.

NO

YES

VOTING BY ABSENT ELECTORS. Initiative act providing for issuance of certificate

of identification and ballot to voters who will be absent from home precincts on

election day ; provides that upon presentation by elector of such certificate and ballot 14

in sealed envelope to judge of election on election day at polls in any precinct more than ten miles from polls where registered, such elector may mark said ballot in secret, judge to mail same to county clerk where voter registered; prescribes form of certificate and canvass of ballots ; authorizes elector to vote at home precinct upon surrender of certificate and ballot.

NO

NO

DEPOSIT OF PUBLIC MONEYS. Initiative amendment to section 16 12 of article XI

of constitution. Present section unchanged except in follo articulars: Au- YES

thorizes banks in which public moneys are deposited to furnish, as security, bonds of 15

districts within municipalities, or of a corporation qualified to act as sole surety on bonds or undertakings, to an amount in value, or with a penalty, of at least ten per cent over amount of deposit; provides that no deposit under section shall exceed

NO at any time fifty per cent of paid up capital and surplus of depository bank. CONDEMNATION FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Senate Constitutional Aniendment 16 adding section 20 to article XI of constitution. Authorizes state, county or munic

YES ipality to condemn neighboring property within its limits additional to that actually

intended for proposed improvement; declares same taken for public use; defines 16

estate therein and manner of dealing therewith to further such improvement; permits county or municipality to condemn lands within ten miles beyond its boundaries for certain public purposes, with consent of other county or municipality if such lands lie therein; requires terms of condemnation, lease or disposal of such additional

property to be prescribed by law. EXPOSITION CONTRIBUTION BY ALAMEDA COUNTY Senate Constitutional

Amendment 34 amending section 18 of article XI of constitution. Present section unchanged but proviso added authorizing Alameda county, at election therefor, to

YES incur bonded indebtedness not exceeding $1,000,000, bearing interest not exceeding 17

five per cent, bonds redeemable within forty years and salable at not less than par, proceeds payable on terms fixed by supervisors to Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company for exposition in San Francisco; authorizing special tax upon all NO taxable property in Alameda county to pay interest and create sinking fund for

payment of said bonds. NON-SALE OF GAME. Act amending Penal Code section 626k, submitted to electors

by referendum. Declares the buying, selling, shipping, offering or exposing for YES

sale, trade or shipment, of any wild game, bird, or animal (except rabbits and wild 18 ), in I, ,

or the dead body of the same, or any part thereof, a misdemeanor; prescribes punishment therefor; and declares section does not prohibit sale of wild duck from Novem

NO ber 1st to December 1st of same year. CONSOLIDATION OF CITY AND COUNTY, AND LIMITED ANNEXATION OF CON

TIGUOUS TERRITORY. Initiative amendment to section 8 12 of article XI of constitution. Present section unchanged except to authorize chartered cities to establish YES

municipal courts, and control appointments, qualifications and tenure of municipal 19 officers and employees; authorizes çities exceeding 50,000 population to consolidate

territory was formed on consolidation, or concurrently or subsequently added to territory excluded from original consolidated territory ; requires consent of annexed

NO territory and of county from which taken; prescribes procedure for consolidation and annexation.

YES

NO

PRIZE FIGHTS. Initiative act amending Penal Code. Prohibits the engaging in or

furthering in any way prize fights or remunerative boxing exhibitions, training therefor, or betting thereon; the conducting, participating in or witnessing any box

ing exhibitions on Memorial Day or Sunday; authorizes regulated four-round ama20

about to promote or participate in prohibited contests and requires bond against committing offense; declares self-incrimination no disqualification of witness; prohibits his prosecution for offense disclosed ; authorizes conviction upon accomplice's uncor

roborated testimony; prescribes penalties. CITY AND COUNTY CONSOLIDATION, AND ANNEXATION WITH CONSENT OF

ANNEXED TERRITORY. Initiative amendment to section 8 12 of article XI of con

stitution. Present section unchanged except to authorize chartered cities to establish 21 of

officers and employees; authorizes cities exceeding 175,000 population to consolidate under charter and to annex any contiguous territory, but only upon consent of such territory and of county from which such territory is taken; prescribes procedure for consolidation and annexation.

YES

NO

LAND TITLE LAW. Initiative act amending act for certification of land titles. Constitutes county recorders registrars of title; prescribes procevure for obtaining decree

YES establishing title and ordering registration; provides for issuance of certificates of

title, method of effecting transfers, notation of liens, encumbrances and charges, 22 correction of register and certificates, protection of bona fide purchasers, registration

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registered land; creates from certain fees, paid on original registration, title assur-
ance fund held by state treasurer to indemnify persons for loss of any interest in

NO
land through operation of act.
ELECTIONS BY PLURALITY, PREFERENTIAL VOTE AND PRIMARY. Assembly
Constitutional Amendment 19 amending section 13 of article XX of constitution.

YES
Declares plurality of votes at any primary or election constitutes choice unless con-

stitution otherwise provides; permits charters framed under constitution for counties 23 of municipalities and general laws for other counties, and municipalities to provide

otherwise, or for nomination or election, or both, of all or any portion of candidates
at a primary, or for preferential system of voting at any county or municipal pri- NO
mary or other election; authorizes general laws providing preferential system of
voting at any other primary.

YES

ASSEMBLY PAY ROLL EXPENSES. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 23 amend

ing section 23a of article IV of constitution. Increases the amount allowed for the 24

total expense for officers, employees and attachés of assembly at any regular or biennial session of legislature from present amount of five hundred dollars per day to six hundred dollars per day; makes no other change in operation of present section.

NO

YES

ADOPTION AND AMENDMENT OF MUNICIPAL CHARTERS. Assembly Constitu

tional Amendment 25 amending section 8 of article XI of constitution. Authorizes cities of more than thirty-five hundred population to adopt charters; prescribes method therefor, and time for preparation thereof by freeholders; requires but one legislature, method and time for amendment, and that of several conflicting concurrent amendments one receiving highest vote shall prevail; authorizes charter to confer on municipality all powers over municipal affairs, to establish boroughs and confer thereon general and special municipal powers.

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NO

YES

LEGISLATIVE CONTROL OF IRRIGATION, RECLAMATION AND DRAINAGE DIS

TRICTS. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 47 amending section 13 of article XI 26 of constitution.

Present section unchanged but proviso added authorizing legislature to provide for supervision, regulation and conduct, in such manner as it may determine, of affairs of irrigation, reclamation or drainage districts, organized or existing under laws of this state.

NO

YES

COUNTY CHARTERS. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 60 amending section 712

of article XI of constitution. Present section unchanged except in following par

ticulars: Authorizes county charter framed thereunder to relate to any matters 27

authorized by constitution, and adds paragraph 442 authorizing such charter to provide for discharge by county officers of certain municipal functions of any municipality within said county incorporated under general laws which so authorize, or of any municipality therein whose charter framed under section 8 of article XI SO authorizes.

NO

YES

REGULATION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 62

amending section 23 of article XII of constitution. Present section unchanged except in following particulars: Railroad commission given exclusive power to fix

public utility rates in all incorporated municipalities; such municipalities, by vote of 28

electors thereof, may retain that control over public utilities which relates to local, police, sanitary, and other regulations only, or surrender same to railroad commission; omits provision authorizing, such municipalities to reinvest themselves with powers so surrendered ; declares right of incorporated municipalities to grant public utility franchises not affected by section.

NO

INCORPORATION OF MUNICIPALITIES. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 81

amending section 6 of article XI of constitution. Present section unchanged except
in following particulars: Legislature may provide that county officers shall perform YES

municipal functions of municipalities incorporated under general laws when electors 29

thereof so determine; municipalities hereafter organized under charters, and those heretofore so organized, when empowered by charter amendment, may legislate respecting municipal affairs, subject only to charter restrictions; in other matters they are subject to general laws; municipal charters may require county officers to

NO perform municipal functions whenever general laws or county charter authorize such performance.

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IRRIGATION DISTRICTS CONTROLLING INTERNATIONAL WATER SYSTEMS.
Assembly Constitutional Amendment 84 amending section 31 of article IV.

Present YES
section unchanged, but proviso added authorizing irrigation districts, for purpose of
30 acquiring control of any entire international water system situated partly in United
acquire, in manner authorized by law, the stock of any foreign corporation which

NO owns or holds title to the part thereof situated in a foreign country. VALUATION OF CONDEMNED PUBLIC UTILITIES BY RAILROAD COMMISSION.

Assembly Constitutional Amendment 87 adding section 23a to article XII of consti

tution. Authorizes railroad commission to exercise such power as shall be conferred YES 31 upon it by legislature to fix compensation paid for property of public utility con

demned by state, county, municipality or municipal water district; declares right of legislature to confer such powers upon railroad commission to be plenary and un

NO limited by any constitutional provision; and confirms all acts of legislature in accordance herewith heretofore adopted.

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