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60-7A-2. Sunday sales at racetracks and resorts.

A.     Notwithstanding other provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978], it is lawful for a dispenser:   

(1)     whose licensed premises are located on a horse racetrack licensed by the state racing commission, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday during the racing season between the hours of 12:00 noon and 11:00 p.m.; or   

(2)     whose licensed premises are within a resort, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday after midnight of the previous day until 2:00 a.m. and then from 12:00 noon until midnight.   

B.     As used in this section, "resort" means a lodging establishment or complex, open to the public, offering at least one hundred guest rooms or at least one hundred recreational vehicle parking or camping spaces and where meals are regularly furnished to the public. The establishment or complex shall:   

(1)     offer at least two of the following recreational activities:   

(a)     nine or eighteen holes of golf;   

(b)     tennis;   

(c)     water park facilities;   

(d)     horseback riding;   

(e)     snow skiing;   

(f)     water-skiing;   

(g)     fishing;   

(h)     hunting;   

(i)     boating;   

(j)     trap or skeet shooting; or   

(k)     swimming; or   

(2)     be adjacent to or within a national park, national monument, national forest, state park or state monument.   

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-2

60-7A-2. Sunday sales at racetracks and resorts.

A.     Notwithstanding other provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978], it is lawful for a dispenser:   

(1)     whose licensed premises are located on a horse racetrack licensed by the state racing commission, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday during the racing season between the hours of 12:00 noon and 11:00 p.m.; or   

(2)     whose licensed premises are within a resort, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday after midnight of the previous day until 2:00 a.m. and then from 12:00 noon until midnight.   

B.     As used in this section, "resort" means a lodging establishment or complex, open to the public, offering at least one hundred guest rooms or at least one hundred recreational vehicle parking or camping spaces and where meals are regularly furnished to the public. The establishment or complex shall:   

(1)     offer at least two of the following recreational activities:   

(a)     nine or eighteen holes of golf;   

(b)     tennis;   

(c)     water park facilities;   

(d)     horseback riding;   

(e)     snow skiing;   

(f)     water-skiing;   

(g)     fishing;   

(h)     hunting;   

(i)     boating;   

(j)     trap or skeet shooting; or   

(k)     swimming; or   

(2)     be adjacent to or within a national park, national monument, national forest, state park or state monument.   


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-2

60-7A-2. Sunday sales at racetracks and resorts.

A.     Notwithstanding other provisions of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978], it is lawful for a dispenser:   

(1)     whose licensed premises are located on a horse racetrack licensed by the state racing commission, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday during the racing season between the hours of 12:00 noon and 11:00 p.m.; or   

(2)     whose licensed premises are within a resort, to sell, serve or permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday after midnight of the previous day until 2:00 a.m. and then from 12:00 noon until midnight.   

B.     As used in this section, "resort" means a lodging establishment or complex, open to the public, offering at least one hundred guest rooms or at least one hundred recreational vehicle parking or camping spaces and where meals are regularly furnished to the public. The establishment or complex shall:   

(1)     offer at least two of the following recreational activities:   

(a)     nine or eighteen holes of golf;   

(b)     tennis;   

(c)     water park facilities;   

(d)     horseback riding;   

(e)     snow skiing;   

(f)     water-skiing;   

(g)     fishing;   

(h)     hunting;   

(i)     boating;   

(j)     trap or skeet shooting; or   

(k)     swimming; or   

(2)     be adjacent to or within a national park, national monument, national forest, state park or state monument.   

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