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2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 60: Business Licenses
Article 7A: Offenses, 60-7A-1 through 60-7A-25
- Section 60-7A-1: Hours and days of business; Sunday sales; Christmas day sales; Sunday sales for consumption off the licensed premises; elections.
- Section 60-7A-2: Sunday sales at racetracks and resorts.
- Section 60-7A-3: Transportation into state without permit; exportation of alcoholic beverages without permit; importation for private use; reciprocal shipping; when unlawful.
- Section 60-7A-4: Sale, shipment and delivery unlawful.
- Section 60-7A-4.1: Unlawful sale of alcoholic beverages; criminal penalty; forfeiture.
- Section 60-7A-4.2: Record of sales; administrative penalties.
- Section 60-7A-5: Manufacture, sale or possession for sale when not permitted by Liquor Control Act; criminal penalty; forfeiture.
- Section 60-7A-6: Possession of liquor manufactured or shipped in violation of law; fourth degree felony; penalty; forfeiture.
- Section 60-7A-7: Manufacture of spirituous liquors; felony.
- Section 60-7A-8: Sales to wholesalers.
- Section 60-7A-9: Credit extension by wholesalers.
- Section 60-7A-10: Wholesalers prohibited from owning retailer's or dispenser's establishment.
- Section 60-7A-11: Offenses by retailers.
- Section 60-7A-12: Offenses by dispensers, canopy licensees, restaurant licensees, governmental licensees or their lessees and clubs.
- Section 60-7A-13: Sales by clubs.
- Section 60-7A-14: Filling bottles; misrepresentation of alcoholic beverages.
- Section 60-7A-15: Public nuisance.
- Section 60-7A-16: Sale to intoxicated persons.
- Section 60-7A-17: Prostitution; loitering; promoting.
- Section 60-7A-18: Hours for public dances.
- Section 60-7A-19: Commercial gambling on licensed premises.
- Section 60-7A-20: False complaints; misdemeanor.
- Section 60-7A-21: Possession or display of United States license.
- Section 60-7A-22: Drinking in public establishments; selling or serving alcoholic beverages other than in licensed establishments; selling or delivering alcoholic beverages from a drive-up window.
- Section 60-7A-23: Possession of wine as prima facie evidence.
- Section 60-7A-24: Obstruction of the administration of the Liquor Control Act; criminal penalty; sentencing.
- Section 60-7A-25: Criminal penalties.
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