1893 STATE OFFICERS
Governor, Murphy J. Foster, of St. Mary.
Lieutenant-Governor, Charles Parlange, of Pointe Coupee.
Secretary of State, T. S. Adams.
Treasurer, W. W. Heard.
Auditor, John Pickett,
Atty-General, M. J. Cunningham.
Superintendent of Education, A. D. Lafargue.
Supreme Court—Chief Justice, F. T. Nicholls; Associate Justices, S. D. McEnery, Chas. E. Fenner, L. B. Watkins, and Jos. A. Breaux.
The number of Senators is 37. The number of Representatives is 98. The list of names can not be given here.
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
This Board consists of the Governor, the Attorney-General, and the Superintendent of Education, who are all ex-officio members, and of the following citizens, appointed by the Governor, one from each Congressional district: Alcee Fortier, of New Orleans; Max Heller, of New Orleans; Thomas Overton, of Marksville; William Clegg, of Lafayette; F. Seip, of Alexandria, and Franklin Garrett, of Monroe.
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