§ 7.341. Alcoholic Beverage Control Coordinating Council.
(a) The Alcoholic Beverage Control Coordinating Council (Council) is hereby created as an advisory agency within the Executive Office of the Governor to supervise the administration, implementation and enforcement of the laws of this Commonwealth relating to alcoholic beverages which have not been terminated together with the Board (as set forth in § 7.346 (relating to terminated statutory functions and duties of the Board)) and to perform the powers and duties assigned to the Council pursuant to this subchapter.
(b) The Council shall consist of the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of the Budget, the Secretary of Environmental Resources, the Secretary of General Services, the Secretary of Health, the Secretary of Revenue, the Commissioner of the State Police and the Majority and Minority Leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives or their designees. The Governor shall designate a member of the Council to serve as chairman. The Council may appoint any staff necessary to assist it in the discharge of its duties and responsibilities.
(c) All State agencies are hereby directed to assist and cooperate with the Council and are authorized pursuant to section 501 of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. S. § 181) to perform duties on behalf of the Council or request the Council to perform duties on their behalf.
(d) The function of the Council shall be to provide for planning, oversight and coordination of the activities of State agencies involved in the regulation of alcoholic beverages following the termination of the Board. The Council shall not permanently assume any direct responsibilities for the administration, regulation and control of alcoholic beverages.
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