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60-7A-13. Sales by clubs.

A.     Any club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] shall only have the right to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink and wine by the bottle for consumption on the premises.   

B.     Except as otherwise provided in this section, it is unlawful and grounds for suspension or revocation of its license for a club to:   

(1)     solicit by advertising or any other means public patronage of its alcoholic beverage facilities. In the event the club solicits public patronage of its other facilities, alcoholic beverages shall not be sold, served or consumed on the premises while the other facilities are being used by or operated for the benefit of the general public, unless the alcoholic beverage facilities are separate from the other facilities and the general public is not permitted to enter any part of the facilities where alcoholic beverages are being sold, served or consumed; or   

(2)     serve, sell or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages to persons other than members and their bona fide guests.   

C.     A club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act may allow its facilities, including its licensed premises, to be used, for activities other than its own, no more than two times in a calendar year for fundraising events held by other nonprofit organizations.   

D.     For the purposes of this section:   

(1)     "bona fide guest" means a person whose presence in the club is in response to a specific invitation by a member and for whom the member assumes responsibility; and   

(2)     "member" includes the adult spouse and the children of a member who pays membership dues or of a deceased member who paid membership dues or a member of an official auxiliary or subsidiary group of the club who has been issued a personal identification card in accordance with the rules and regulations of the club.   

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Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-13

60-7A-13. Sales by clubs.

A.     Any club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] shall only have the right to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink and wine by the bottle for consumption on the premises.   

B.     Except as otherwise provided in this section, it is unlawful and grounds for suspension or revocation of its license for a club to:   

(1)     solicit by advertising or any other means public patronage of its alcoholic beverage facilities. In the event the club solicits public patronage of its other facilities, alcoholic beverages shall not be sold, served or consumed on the premises while the other facilities are being used by or operated for the benefit of the general public, unless the alcoholic beverage facilities are separate from the other facilities and the general public is not permitted to enter any part of the facilities where alcoholic beverages are being sold, served or consumed; or   

(2)     serve, sell or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages to persons other than members and their bona fide guests.   

C.     A club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act may allow its facilities, including its licensed premises, to be used, for activities other than its own, no more than two times in a calendar year for fundraising events held by other nonprofit organizations.   

D.     For the purposes of this section:   

(1)     "bona fide guest" means a person whose presence in the club is in response to a specific invitation by a member and for whom the member assumes responsibility; and   

(2)     "member" includes the adult spouse and the children of a member who pays membership dues or of a deceased member who paid membership dues or a member of an official auxiliary or subsidiary group of the club who has been issued a personal identification card in accordance with the rules and regulations of the club.   


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-13

60-7A-13. Sales by clubs.

A.     Any club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] shall only have the right to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink and wine by the bottle for consumption on the premises.   

B.     Except as otherwise provided in this section, it is unlawful and grounds for suspension or revocation of its license for a club to:   

(1)     solicit by advertising or any other means public patronage of its alcoholic beverage facilities. In the event the club solicits public patronage of its other facilities, alcoholic beverages shall not be sold, served or consumed on the premises while the other facilities are being used by or operated for the benefit of the general public, unless the alcoholic beverage facilities are separate from the other facilities and the general public is not permitted to enter any part of the facilities where alcoholic beverages are being sold, served or consumed; or   

(2)     serve, sell or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages to persons other than members and their bona fide guests.   

C.     A club licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act may allow its facilities, including its licensed premises, to be used, for activities other than its own, no more than two times in a calendar year for fundraising events held by other nonprofit organizations.   

D.     For the purposes of this section:   

(1)     "bona fide guest" means a person whose presence in the club is in response to a specific invitation by a member and for whom the member assumes responsibility; and   

(2)     "member" includes the adult spouse and the children of a member who pays membership dues or of a deceased member who paid membership dues or a member of an official auxiliary or subsidiary group of the club who has been issued a personal identification card in accordance with the rules and regulations of the club.   

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