A Washington Electric Power Bills ballot measure
, or Referred Bill 3
was on the November 4, 1924 ballot
in the State of Washington
as a legislatively-referred state statute
, where it was defeated.
| Referred Bill 3|
|Yes|| 99,459|| 33.26%|
Text on the Ballot
An Act authorizing the sale and disposal of surplus electric energy by cities and towns outside their corporate limits; authorizing the construction, betterment or extension of electric plants and the acquisition and maintenance of transmission lines, distribution system and equipment necessary therefore; providing the manner and form in which accounts and reports of such sales shall be kept and made, and for the payment monthly to the State Treasurer for state purposes of a tax of five per cent of the gross receipts of such sales, and providing penalties.