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1853-, Attorney Generals’ Opinions
Official opinions of the Attorney General of Louisiana: Mostly annual between 1853-1881, biennial thereafter, Montgomery, state printer, 1854–.
(Although there were territorial precedents, it was the statehood Constitution of 1812 that provided for the Office of Attorney General of the State of
Louisiana. A law of 1853 provided for periodic reports from the A.G. to the Governor. These reports contained A.G. opinions through the report of
1922/24. Thereafter the opinions were published separately, while the publication of the matter usual to the A.G. reports was made part of a new state
publication called Statistical Reports; which is not yet offered on this site. However the opinions volume for 1932-34 restarted the practice of including
the biennial reports matter. The fact that in many of the states there were differing patterns of publication for the A.G reports and opinions makes
for a confusing literature. To minimize confusion in its online offerings, LLMC has chosen to group all of the U.S. state attorney generals’ reports and
opinions in two separate series for each state. For the Louisiana A.G. Reports, see the separate Reports series elsewhere on this site.)
Title:   Opinions of the Attorney General of the state of Louisiana : reformatted from the original and including, Biennial report of the Attorney General to the General Assembly of the state of Louisiana ...
OCLC Number:   444764897
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
1926-28YesYes
1930-32YesYes
1932-34YesYes
1934-36YesYes
1936-38YesYes
1938-40YesYes
1940-42YesYes
1944-46YesYes
1948-50YesYes
1950-52YesYes
1956-58YesYes
1958-60YesYes
1960-62YesYes
1964-66YesYes
1966-68YesYes