Arizona Train Engineer and Conductor Regulations Referendum, Questions 308 and 309 (1912)
This measure under referendum set experience qualifications for train engineers and train conductors.
|Arizona Questions 308 and 309 (1912)|
Election results via: Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
|“||REFERENDUM ORDERED BY PETITION OF THE PEOPLE
An Act creating a lien upon Mines and Mining Claims for labor performed thereon by miners, laborers or others, and for material of any kind designed or used thereon. Vote YES or NO.
TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE PUNISHMENT FOR ANY PERSON WHO SHALL ENGAGE OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER, OR TRAIN CONDUCTOR, UPON ANY RAILROAD IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA, WITHOUT HAVING FIRST SERVED THREE YEARS AS A LOCOMOTIVE FIREMAN. OR ENGINEER, OR IF ENGAGED AS A CONDUCTOR ON ANY RAILROAD TRAIN IN THIS STATE, HE SHALL BE PUNISHED AS HEREIN PROVIDED IF HE ENGAGES TO SO ACT WITHOUT FIRST HAVING SERVED THREE YEARS AS A BRAKEMAN OR CONDUCTOR OF A FREIGHT TRAIN; TO PUNISH ANY PERSON WHO SHALL KNOWINGLY ENGAGE, PROMOTE, REQUIRE, PERSUADE, PREVAIL UPON OR CAUSE ANY PERSON TO DO ANY ACT IN VIOLATION OF THIS ACT; BUT EXEMPTING LINES OPERATING OF LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE MILES IN LENGTH FROM THE OPERATION OF THIS ACT.
Path to the ballot
The measure was originally part of "House Bill No. 50."
- The Bill was approved by the Arizona House of Representatives on April 19, 1912.
- The Bill was approved by the Arizona State Senate on May 16, 1912.
- The Bill was approved by the Governor of Arizona on May 16, 1912.
- The Bill was filed by the Arizona Secretary of State on May 17, 1912.
- The Bill was then the subject of a referendum petition filed on August 14, 1912.
- 1912 ballot measures
- Arizona 1912 ballot measures
- List of Arizona ballot measures
- History of Initiative & Referendum in Arizona
- Arizona Secretary of State, Arizona Supplement Pamphlet, 1912
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
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