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60-7A-19. Commercial gambling on licensed premises.

A.     It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for a licensee to knowingly allow commercial gambling on the licensed premises.   

B.     In addition to any criminal penalties, any person who violates Subsection A of this section may have his license suspended or revoked or a fine imposed, or both, pursuant to the Liquor Control Act.   

C.     As used in this section:   

(1)     "commercial gambling" means:   

(a)     participating in the earnings of or operating a gambling place;   

(b)     receiving, recording or forwarding bets or offers to bet;   

(c)     possessing facilities with the intent to receive, record or forward bets or offers to bet;   

(d)     for gain, becoming a custodian of anything of value bet or offered to be bet;   

(e)     conducting a lottery where both the consideration and the prize are money, or whoever with intent to conduct a lottery possesses facilities to do so; or   

(f)     setting up for use for the purpose of gambling, or collecting the proceeds of, any gambling device or game; and   

(2)     "commercial gambling" does not mean:   

(a)     activities authorized pursuant to the New Mexico Lottery Act [6-24-1 to 6-24-34 NMSA 1978];   

(b)     the conduct of activities pursuant to Subsection D of Section 30-19-6 NMSA 1978; and   

(c)     gaming authorized pursuant to the Gaming Control Act [60-2E-1 NMSA 1978] on the premises of a gaming operator licensee licensed pursuant to that act.   

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-19

60-7A-19. Commercial gambling on licensed premises.

A.     It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for a licensee to knowingly allow commercial gambling on the licensed premises.   

B.     In addition to any criminal penalties, any person who violates Subsection A of this section may have his license suspended or revoked or a fine imposed, or both, pursuant to the Liquor Control Act.   

C.     As used in this section:   

(1)     "commercial gambling" means:   

(a)     participating in the earnings of or operating a gambling place;   

(b)     receiving, recording or forwarding bets or offers to bet;   

(c)     possessing facilities with the intent to receive, record or forward bets or offers to bet;   

(d)     for gain, becoming a custodian of anything of value bet or offered to be bet;   

(e)     conducting a lottery where both the consideration and the prize are money, or whoever with intent to conduct a lottery possesses facilities to do so; or   

(f)     setting up for use for the purpose of gambling, or collecting the proceeds of, any gambling device or game; and   

(2)     "commercial gambling" does not mean:   

(a)     activities authorized pursuant to the New Mexico Lottery Act [6-24-1 to 6-24-34 NMSA 1978];   

(b)     the conduct of activities pursuant to Subsection D of Section 30-19-6 NMSA 1978; and   

(c)     gaming authorized pursuant to the Gaming Control Act [60-2E-1 NMSA 1978] on the premises of a gaming operator licensee licensed pursuant to that act.   


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-19

60-7A-19. Commercial gambling on licensed premises.

A.     It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for a licensee to knowingly allow commercial gambling on the licensed premises.   

B.     In addition to any criminal penalties, any person who violates Subsection A of this section may have his license suspended or revoked or a fine imposed, or both, pursuant to the Liquor Control Act.   

C.     As used in this section:   

(1)     "commercial gambling" means:   

(a)     participating in the earnings of or operating a gambling place;   

(b)     receiving, recording or forwarding bets or offers to bet;   

(c)     possessing facilities with the intent to receive, record or forward bets or offers to bet;   

(d)     for gain, becoming a custodian of anything of value bet or offered to be bet;   

(e)     conducting a lottery where both the consideration and the prize are money, or whoever with intent to conduct a lottery possesses facilities to do so; or   

(f)     setting up for use for the purpose of gambling, or collecting the proceeds of, any gambling device or game; and   

(2)     "commercial gambling" does not mean:   

(a)     activities authorized pursuant to the New Mexico Lottery Act [6-24-1 to 6-24-34 NMSA 1978];   

(b)     the conduct of activities pursuant to Subsection D of Section 30-19-6 NMSA 1978; and   

(c)     gaming authorized pursuant to the Gaming Control Act [60-2E-1 NMSA 1978] on the premises of a gaming operator licensee licensed pursuant to that act.   

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