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1 Constitutional Amendment Adopted by the Electors of the State of Ohio, Election November 7, 1933 [1] (1933)

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         Adopted by the Electors of the State (,Qhio-
                    Election November 7, 1933

        Published by GEORGE S. MYERS, Secretary of State,
                          State of Ohio

                           OF OHIO
       (Proposed by Resolution of the General Assembly.)

Repealing Section 9of Article XV of the constitution of the state
                 of Ohio, relative to prohibition.

Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, three-fifths
    of the members elected to each house concurring therein:

    That there shall be submitted to the electors of the state, for their
approval or rejection at the election to be held on the first Tuesday after
the first Monday in November, 1933, a proposal to repeal Article XV,
Section 9, of the constitution of the state of Ohio.

    Be it further resolved, That at such election above referred to, this
proposal shall be placed on the official ballot in the manner provided by law
in such form as the Secretary of State may designate. If the votes for
the proposal shall exceed those against it, Section 9 of Article XV of the
constitution of the state of Ohio shall be repealed and annulled.

    Adopted March 1, 1933.

    Said amendment amends the constitution of the State of Ohio by
repealing Section 9 of Article XV, which reads as follows:

                  ARTICLE XV, SECTION 9.

    The sale and manufacture for sale of intoxicating liquors as a
beverage are hereby prohibited. The General Assembly shall enact laws
to make this provision effective. Nothing herein contained shall prevent
the manufacture or sale of such liquors for medicinal, industrial, scientific,
sacramental or other non-beverage purposes.

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