Washington Prohibition of Butter Substitutes, Referendum 16 (1924)
in Washington State
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In this case, Chapter 22, Laws of 1923, regarding butter substitutes, did not become law.
Text on the Ballot
An Act to prohibit the manufacture, sale or excahnge of any substitute for butter containing milk which contains any vegetable fat or any cendensed or evaporated milk containing any vegetable fat; also prohibiting the manufacture, sale or exchange of any butter substitute containing milk unless the milk therein be pure milk from which no butter fat has been removed, or any condensed or evaporated milk, or substitute therefore containing milk, unless the milk used therein be pure and unadulterated; and providing penalties.
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