Washington Brewery Regulations, Initiative 24 (1916)

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A Brewer's Bill, Initiative 24 ballot proposition was on the November 7, 1916 statewide ballot in the State of Washington as an Initiative to the People, where it was defeated.

Election results

Initaitive 24
Defeatedd No245,39969.87%
Yes 98,843 30.13%

Path to the ballot

Initiative 24 was filed on April 20, 1916.

Alcohol on the Washington ballot

Text on the Ballot

An act authorizing the manufacture, sale and delivery of beer containing not less than one per cent. Nor more than four per cent. alcohol, for export or sale and delivery direct to individuals within the state for consumption at their residences, and regulating the same; providing a system for licensing and bonding manufacturers, the payment of license fees, and the collection and disposition of a tax upon the amount sold for consumption within the state; fixing penalties and making an appropriation.

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