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A '''Maine Alcohol Percentage People's Veto Vote''' was on the [[1910 ballot measures|1910 ballot]] in [[Maine]] as a [[veto referendum]].  Voters were asked if they wanted to ratify a recent act of the [[Maine State Legislature]] that "Made Uniform the Standard Relating to the Percentage of Alcohol in Intoxicating Liquors."
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Voters '''rejected''' the legislation:
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The '''Maine Standard Percentage of Alcohol in Intoxicating Liquors People's Veto''', also known as '''P.L. 1909 c. 241''', was on the [[1910  ballot measures#Maine|September  12, 1910 ballot]] in [[Maine]] as a {{vrfull}}, where it was '''defeated'''. The measure disapproved language requiring a uniform standard of the percentage of alcohol in intoxicating liquors. This repealed the 1909 Chapter 241 of the state statutes.<ref>[http://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/constleg1820_.htm ''Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library,'' "Proposed Constitutional Amendments 1820-," accessed April 1, 2014]</ref>
  
* In favor: 31,093
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==Election results==
* Opposed: 40,475
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Election results via: [http://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/peoplesveto.htm Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library, People's Vetoes 1909-]
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==Text of measure==
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The full text of the chapter that was repealed can be read [http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=PnggAAAAIBAJ&sjid=gGcFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1032%2C2583123 here].
  
 
==See also==
 
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* [[List of People's Veto ballot measures in Maine]]
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* [[Maine 1910 ballot measures]]
* [[List of veto referendum ballot measures]]
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* [[List of Maine ballot measures]]
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* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Maine]]
  
 
==External links==
 
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* [http://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/peoplesveto.htm Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library, People's Vetoes 1909-]
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* [http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=PnggAAAAIBAJ&sjid=gGcFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1032%2C2583123 Language of P.L. 1909 c. 241]
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* [http://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/peoplesveto.htm List of all People's Vetoes] from 1909-present.
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The Maine Standard Percentage of Alcohol in Intoxicating Liquors People's Veto, also known as P.L. 1909 c. 241, was on the September 12, 1910 ballot in Maine as a veto referendum, where it was defeated. The measure disapproved language requiring a uniform standard of the percentage of alcohol in intoxicating liquors. This repealed the 1909 Chapter 241 of the state statutes.[1]

Election results

Maine People's Veto P.L. 1909 c. 241 (1910)
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No40,47556.55%
Yes 31,093 43.45%

Election results via: Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library, People's Vetoes 1909-

Text of measure

The full text of the chapter that was repealed can be read here.

See also

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