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Colorado 1912 ballot measures

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Thirty-two statewide ballot measures were on the November 5, 1912 ballot in Colorado.

On the ballot

November 5

Type Title Subject Description Result
CICA Measure 1 Alcohol Establishes a statewide prohibition on intoxicating alcoholic beverages Defeatedd
CISS Measure 2 Law Enforcement Allows search and seizure to enforce prohibition laws Defeatedd
CISS Measure 3 Labor Creates an eight-hour workday for employed female laborers Approveda
CISS Measure 4 Business Provides for the regulation of public service corporations Defeatedd
CISS Measure 5 Admin of Gov't Establishes a state fair Defeatedd
CICA Measure 6 Gov't Finance Provides special funds for the State Immigration Bureau Defeatedd
CISS Measure 7 Direct Democracy Reduces costs for publishing ballot measures and arguments for and against Defeatedd
CICA Measure 8 Local Gov't Grants home rule for cities and towns Approveda
CICA Measure 9 Recall Provides for the recall of elective officials Approveda
CISS Measure 10 Elections Amends state elections laws Defeatedd
CICA Measure 11 Admin of Gov't Provides for special elections for voting on proposed constitutional amendments and laws Defeatedd
CICA Measure 12 Trials Defines “contempt of court” and provides for trial by jury for contempt Defeatedd
CICA Measure 13 Judiciary Creates a public utilities court with the exclusive power to fix utility rates Defeatedd
CISS Measure 14 Elections Provides for a "headless ballot" Approveda
CICA Measure 15 Education Grants "wider control of schools" to the public Defeatedd
CICA Measure 16 Judiciary Allows for juvenile courts in cities and counties with populations over 100,000 Approveda
CISS Measure 17 Welfare Allocates public aid to "dependent and neglected children" of single mothers Approveda
CISS Measure 18 Civil Service Alters laws regarding civil service Approveda
CISS Measure 19 Labor Provides an eight-hour workday for underground miners and those working in smelters, mills and coke ovens Approveda
CISS Measure 20 Gov't Finance Allocates control of certain funds to the State Highway Commission Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 21 Education Requires the examination of teachers Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 22 Water Alters water rights related to irrigation Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 23 Food & Agri Modifies policies regarding the branding and marking of livestock Defeatedd
LRCA Measure 24 Admin of Gov't State Tax Commission Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 25 Labor Establishes an eight-hour workday for laborers working in underground mines, smelters and coke ovens Approveda
LRSS Measure 26 Education Creates teachers' summer normal schools Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 27 Gov't Salaries Provides "that salaries of county, precinct and other officers need not be paid entirely from fees collected by said officers" Defeatedd
LRCA Measure 28 Gov't Finance Raises the limitation on county debts “based on the assessed valuation of taxable property in the county” Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 29 Gov't Finance Modifies the custody and management of public funds Defeatedd
LRCA Measure 30 Business Defines mining and smelting as public interests Defeatedd
LRCA Measure 31 Gov't Finance Authorizes bonded indebtedness for state highways Defeatedd
LRSS Measure 32 Transportation Authorizes the construction of a tunnel through James Peak Defeatedd

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