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60-7A-3. Transportation into state without permit; exportation of alcoholic beverages without permit; importation for private use; reciprocal shipping; when unlawful.

A.     Except as provided in Subsection E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any registered common carrier to knowingly deliver any shipment of alcoholic beverages from another state to any person in this state without receiving at the time of delivery a permit issued by the department covering the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, and requiring the shipment be transported from the shipper designated in the permit to the designated consignee and from the designated point of origin to the destination designated in the permit.   

B.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person other than a registered common carrier to knowingly transport from another state and deliver in this state any alcoholic beverages unless the person has in his possession on entering New Mexico a permit from the department for the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, designating the name of the shipper and consignee and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

C.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person to transport out of state any alcoholic beverages on which the excise tax has not been paid unless the shipment is accompanied by a permit issued by the department for the exact quantity and class transported, showing the consignee's federal and state license numbers and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

D.     Any individual not a minor may transport into or out of the state any reasonable amount of alcoholic beverages for the exclusive purpose of his private use or consumption, and nothing in the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] limits or applies to such private actions.   

E.     Any individual or licensee in a state which affords New Mexico licensees or individuals an equal reciprocal shipping privilege may ship for personal use and not for resale not more than two cases of wine, each case containing no more than nine liters, per month to any individual not a minor in this state. Delivery of a shipment pursuant to this subsection shall not be deemed to constitute a sale in this state and nothing in the Liquor Control Act limits or applies to such shipments. The shipping container of any wine sent into or out of this state under this subsection shall be labeled clearly to indicate that the package cannot be delivered to a minor or to an intoxicated person.   

F.     As used in this section, "in this state" means within the exterior boundaries of the state.   

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Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-3

60-7A-3. Transportation into state without permit; exportation of alcoholic beverages without permit; importation for private use; reciprocal shipping; when unlawful.

A.     Except as provided in Subsection E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any registered common carrier to knowingly deliver any shipment of alcoholic beverages from another state to any person in this state without receiving at the time of delivery a permit issued by the department covering the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, and requiring the shipment be transported from the shipper designated in the permit to the designated consignee and from the designated point of origin to the destination designated in the permit.   

B.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person other than a registered common carrier to knowingly transport from another state and deliver in this state any alcoholic beverages unless the person has in his possession on entering New Mexico a permit from the department for the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, designating the name of the shipper and consignee and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

C.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person to transport out of state any alcoholic beverages on which the excise tax has not been paid unless the shipment is accompanied by a permit issued by the department for the exact quantity and class transported, showing the consignee's federal and state license numbers and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

D.     Any individual not a minor may transport into or out of the state any reasonable amount of alcoholic beverages for the exclusive purpose of his private use or consumption, and nothing in the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] limits or applies to such private actions.   

E.     Any individual or licensee in a state which affords New Mexico licensees or individuals an equal reciprocal shipping privilege may ship for personal use and not for resale not more than two cases of wine, each case containing no more than nine liters, per month to any individual not a minor in this state. Delivery of a shipment pursuant to this subsection shall not be deemed to constitute a sale in this state and nothing in the Liquor Control Act limits or applies to such shipments. The shipping container of any wine sent into or out of this state under this subsection shall be labeled clearly to indicate that the package cannot be delivered to a minor or to an intoxicated person.   

F.     As used in this section, "in this state" means within the exterior boundaries of the state.   


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Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-3

60-7A-3. Transportation into state without permit; exportation of alcoholic beverages without permit; importation for private use; reciprocal shipping; when unlawful.

A.     Except as provided in Subsection E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any registered common carrier to knowingly deliver any shipment of alcoholic beverages from another state to any person in this state without receiving at the time of delivery a permit issued by the department covering the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, and requiring the shipment be transported from the shipper designated in the permit to the designated consignee and from the designated point of origin to the destination designated in the permit.   

B.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person other than a registered common carrier to knowingly transport from another state and deliver in this state any alcoholic beverages unless the person has in his possession on entering New Mexico a permit from the department for the quantity and class of alcoholic beverages to be delivered, designating the name of the shipper and consignee and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

C.     Except as provided in Subsections D and E of this section, it is a violation of the Liquor Control Act for any person to transport out of state any alcoholic beverages on which the excise tax has not been paid unless the shipment is accompanied by a permit issued by the department for the exact quantity and class transported, showing the consignee's federal and state license numbers and the point of origin and destination of the alcoholic beverages.   

D.     Any individual not a minor may transport into or out of the state any reasonable amount of alcoholic beverages for the exclusive purpose of his private use or consumption, and nothing in the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] limits or applies to such private actions.   

E.     Any individual or licensee in a state which affords New Mexico licensees or individuals an equal reciprocal shipping privilege may ship for personal use and not for resale not more than two cases of wine, each case containing no more than nine liters, per month to any individual not a minor in this state. Delivery of a shipment pursuant to this subsection shall not be deemed to constitute a sale in this state and nothing in the Liquor Control Act limits or applies to such shipments. The shipping container of any wine sent into or out of this state under this subsection shall be labeled clearly to indicate that the package cannot be delivered to a minor or to an intoxicated person.   

F.     As used in this section, "in this state" means within the exterior boundaries of the state.   

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