Club Liquor License:
A Club Liquor License is a Non-Dispenser Liquor License.
Change of Officers:
CHANGE OF OFFICERS APPLICATION (NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS)
The Alcohol and Gaming Division (AGD), has put together an application to be completed by ALL HOLDERS OF A CLUB LIQUOR LICENSE and is to be submitted yearly when a change in club officers takes place. Instructions are as follows:
1. Change of Officers Application (COA)-Clubs (Non-Profit Organizations): Must contain current Officer/Director information. Make sure the application is completed and signed before a notary public.
2. Submit copy of the Non-profit Corporate Report that was submitted to SOSCBS, records must match. Officers and Directors listed on the COA should match the names of the current Officers and Directors on any inquiry done on-line at this web address: http://www.sos.state.nm.us/Business_Services/ or contact them at (505) 827-4511 or 800-477-3632 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Corporation must be in Good Standing with the Office of the Secretary of State Business Services Division (SOSCBS).
3. MINUTES: You must submit a signed copy of the Minutes, verifying the election of the new Officers/Directors when you submit your Application for Change of Officers.
4. Resident Agent: only if the current Resident Agent is replaced, a Designated Resident Agent application must be submitted. An Officer of the Corporation should appoint the resident agent and sign/notarize the top portion. The newly appointed Resident Agent accepts the appointment and must sign/date in front of a notary on the bottom portion.
5. Fingerprints: are required for each Officer/Director/Resident Agent listed, only if they have never submitted fingerprints to this agency before, they’ll need to register with Cogent online at www.cogentid.com If fingerprints cannot be done by Livescan with Cogent, please contact AGD at (505) 476-4875 or consult AGD website for instructions. Note that persons who have been convicted of a felony or of two misdemeanor violations of the Liquor Control Act in any calendar year may not hold a liquor license or any interest in a liquor license in the State of New Mexico unless the person is restored to the privilege of holding a license by governor. CLICK FOR FINGERPRINT PACKET
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office at (505) 476-4875.
Use of Facilities:
REQUEST BY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FOR USE OF FACILITY BY ANOTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Pursuant to NMAC 126.96.36.199 FUND RAISING EVENTS: “A club may allow its facilities, including its licensed premises, to be used by another non-profit organization for a fund raising event if the club submits an application on the form provided by the department not less than 10 days before the date of the proposed event and receives written approval for the event.”
& NMSA §60-7A-13.C Sales by clubs: “No more than two times in a calendar year, for fundraising events...”
TURN IN FORM, which must be received at least 10 days prior to the event and MUST INCLUDE:
- FLOOR PLAN, showing restricted and unrestricted areas
- and if applicable, Attach documentation that outlines the security measures to be taken, required when MINORS ARE ALLOWED AT EVENT, which ensures that Minors will not be served alcohol or allowed in Restricted Area
Please Note that a Club may only allow use of their Facility ONLY TWICE PER CALENDAR YEAR. CLICK HERE FOR REQUEST FORM
Liquor Licenses: Rules and Laws
AGD Rules and Regulations Printable Booklet, click here.
New Mexico rules are available at New Mexico Commission of Public Records, Link> http://188.8.131.52/nmac/_title15/title15.htm
Instructions for navigating to the rules relevant to liquor in New Mexico:
- Click on the link above. This takes you to the Title 15 Gambling and Liquor Control of the New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC)
- Then Click on Chapter 10 or Chapter 11 and click on the highlighted topics that interest you.
- The Printable Booklet above, contains Chapter 10 General Provisions and Chapter 11 Alcoholic Beverages Licensing, which pertain to the Alcohol and Gaming Division.
NM State Statutes (NMSA), Printable Booklet click here.
New Mexico State Statutes that pertain to The Alcohol and Gaming Division, Chapter 60 | Business Licensing, are listed in the printable booklet listed above. To review NMSA Statute book, as of July 1, 2015, they are available through see the entire State Statutes NMSA in it's entirety, are available athttp://www.nmonesource.com/nmnxtadmin/NMPublic.aspx
Instructions for navigating to the statutes relevant to liquor in New Mexico:
- Click on the link above. This will take you to the main page of New Mexico Compilation Commission courtesy of Conway Greene.
- Select whether you are using Desktop or Tablet/Smartphone, then click OK.
- This will enter the public access site for searching unannotated New Mexico statutes and court rules.
- On the upper left-hand side of the page click on expand + right next to Statutes, Rules and Const.
- Click on expand + right next to the first NMRA (Unannotated).
- Click on expand + right next to ----> More.
- Click on Chapter 60 Business Licenses.
- The following Articles listed below pertain to the Alcohol and Gaming Division, and are linked.
- 3A. General Provisions, 60-3A-1 through 60-3A-12.
- 4B. Special Investigations Division, 60-4B-1 through 60-4B-9.
- 5A. Local Option, 60-5A-1 through 60-5A-2.
- 6A. State Licenses, 60-6A-1 through 60-6A-32.
- 6B. License Provisions, 60-6B-1 through 60-6B-19.
- 6C. Suspension and Revocation of Licenses, 60-6C-1 through 60-6C-9.
- 6E. Alcohol Server Education, 60-6E-1 through 60-6E-12.
- 7A. Offenses, 60-7A-1 through 60-7A-25.
- 7B. Regulation of Sales and Service to Minors, 60-7B-1 through 60-7B-13.
- 8A. Trade Practices, 60-8A-1 through 60-8A-19.