2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 60: Business Licenses
Article 8A: Trade Practices, 60-8A-1 through 60-8A-19
Section 60-8A-6: Primary American source of supply.

NM Stat § 60-8A-6 (1996 through 1st Sess 50th Legis) What's This?

60-8A-6. Primary American source of supply.

For the purpose of tax revenue control, no holder of a nonresident license or resident broker license may solicit, accept or fill an order for distilled spirits or wine from a holder of any type of wholesaler's license unless the nonresident licensee or resident broker is the primary American source of supply for the brand of distilled spirits or wine that is ordered. As used in this section, "primary American source of supply" means the distiller, the producer, the owner of the commodity at the time it becomes a marketable product, the bottler or the exclusive agent of any of those. To be the "primary American source of supply," the nonresident licensee or resident broker must be the first source, that is, the manufacturer or the source closest to the manufacturer, in the channel of commerce from whom the product can be secured by American wholesalers.

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