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Liquor Control Committee, 1985-1986

 Collection
Identifier: 01-ST1985_14

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of meeting and public hearing files, bill files, committee correspondence and research and reports. The 1985-1986 Liquor Control Committee was chaired by Democrat Eugene Saloom and addressed issues such as nuisance bars, holding of tournaments by retail liquor licensees, enforcement by the Liquor Control Board and underage drinking, to name just a few.

The 1985-1986 Liquor Control Committee was charged with investigating the holding of tournaments by retail liquor licensees pursuant to House Resolution 32 of the 1985-1986 Session. Although several hearings were held on this resolution, no final report was given to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. A Sub-Committee on Underaged Drinking was also created and chaired by Representative Stanley Jarolin, however, Chairman Saloom discharged the sub-committee on June 27, 1985. No files from the sub-committee are included in this collection, but based upon the correspondence found in Box 2, Folder 6, it appears that House Bill 843, which was discussed by the full committee, resulted from the Sub-committee's work.

Serving with Representative Saloom were Tom Tigue, Vice Chairman; Kevin Blaum, Secretary; Ralph Acosta; Fred Belardi; Andrew Carn; Gaynor Cawley; Brian Clark; Robert Donatucci; Roger Duffy; Stanley Jarolin; Keith McCall; Richard Olasz; and James Roebuck. On the Republican side, Joseph Manmiller served as chairman and Franklin Coslett served as Vice Chairman. Republican members of the committee were Mario Civera; Alice Langtry; William Mackowski; Nicholas Moehlmann; John Perzel; Terry Punt; and Christopher Wogan.

Dates

  • 1985-1986
  • Other: Date acquired: 12/11/1985

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Extent

1.50 Cubic Feet

Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in nine series: Series 1. Committee Record; Series 2. Meetings and Public Hearings; Series 3. House Bills; Series 4. House Resolutions; Series 5. Senate Bills; Series 6. House Blue Backs; Series 7. Senate Green Backs; Series 8. Correspondence; and Series 9. Research and Reports.

Custodial History

Liquor Control Committee to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives.

Source of Acquisition

Liquor Control Committee

Method of Acquisition

Pursuant to House Rule 45 of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (titled “Powers and Duties of Standing Committees and Subcommittees”) governing the management and disposition of historically valuable committee material, the secretary of the committee must record the attendance of Members and any votes taken, the minutes of the meeting and records, bills, and other papers in the possession of committees and subcommittees which must be submitted to the Chief Clerk at the end of every two year legislative session for permanent archival storage.

Existence and Location of Originals

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Title
Liquor Control Committee, 1985-1986
Author
HJM
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
eng

Repository Details

Part of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives Repository

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