Ohio Liquor License, Amendment 42 (September 1912)

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The Ohio Liquor License Amendment, also known as Amendment 42, was on the September 3, 1912 ballot in Ohio as a constitutional convention referral, where it was approved. The measure provided licenses to traffic in intoxicating liquors.[1][2][3]

Election results

Ohio Amendment 42 (September 1912)
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 273,361 59.15%
No188,82540.85%

Official results via: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Library

Text of measure

Ballot title

The ballot title read as follows:[4]

INTOXICATING LIQUORS.
To vote FOR licenses to traffic in intoxicating liquors place a cross-mark in the blank space to the left opposite the words: "For license to traffic in intoxicating liquors." To vote AGAINST licenses to traffic in intoxicating liquors place a cross-mark in the blank space to the left opposite the words: "Against license to traffic in intoxicating liquors."

For license to traffic in intoxicating liquors.
Against license to traffic in intoxicating liquors. [5]

Full text

The full text of the measure can be read here.

Constitutional changes

The measure amended Article XV, Section 9 of the Ohio Constitution.

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