7515.1220 Regulation Of Establishments Granted Permits

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

Bottle club.

In clubs that qualify for a permit, bottles of intoxicating liquor may be left at the club-bar by members for serving only to the owner-member and bona fide guests, but the bottle or bottles must not be stored at the bar in the owner's absence. Before the owner leaves the premises the owner shall remove the bottle or bottles from the bar and place them in an individual locker, or take them from the premises.

Subp. 2.

Business establishments.

In any public place granted a permit, no bottle of intoxicating liquor shall be given to the bar attendant or any employee for serving to the owner of the bottle. All bottles in a business establishment must be kept in plain sight by the owner and shall be in the owner's possession and under the owner's control at all times.

Subp. 3.

No storage of liquor.

No intoxicating liquor may be stored on the premises of any business establishment holding a permit under this section. The purchase of intoxicating liquor by a licensee, manager, or employee of a bottle club or business establishment acting as agent for the member or patron is prohibited.

Subp. 4.

No minors.

No minors shall be permitted to loiter or remain on any premises licensed under Minnesota Statutes, section 340.14, subdivision 3, unless accompanied by parent or guardian.

Subp. 5.

No transfer of permits.

The transfer of permits issued according to Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.414, is prohibited unless the transfer is approved by the commissioner. Any change in the location, ownership, or corporation will constitute a transfer for purposes of parts 7515.1200 to 7515.1230.