1956-1957 Alaska Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1956-1957)

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GOVERNOR OF ALASKA
for
Year Ending June 30, 1957
The past year has been an extremely active one for this office. The
rork load both in litigable and non-litigable matters has had a marhed increase.
In addition to furnishing normal legal advice, both written and oral, preparing
legal documents for the Governor, the various Territorial agencies, boards
and commissions, the Attorney General is also required by statute to sit as a
'nember of the Board of Administration, Bus Transportation Commission,
Board of Examiners, Finance Committee, Industrial Board, Land Board,
Board of Liquor Control, Police Commission, Board of Review and Veterans
Service Council.
In addition to the above, the Attorney General or his assistants have
-represented the Territory in many important cases in both the District and
Appellate Courts.
There follows a brief summary of these legal actions directly involving
the Territory.
Supreme     Court                      '
1. Phillips v. Fidalgo Island P.acking Company. The Supreme Court
refused to grant certiorari to review a decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of
Appeals which invalidated Seasonal Regulation No. 10. For all practical pur-
poses, this is the erd of this litigation.
2. Alaska Industrial Board and Carl E. Jenkins v. Chugach Electric
Association, Inc., et al. After a recent adverse decision by the Ninth Circuit

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