Subd. 1.   Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      A.   BOTTLE CLUB. A club, as defined in this chapter, or an unincorporated society which, except for its lack of incorporation, otherwise meets the requirements of a club, and which is not otherwise licensed for the sale of liquor, either on-sale or off-sale or both.
   Subd. 2.   Consumption and display permit required. It is unlawful for any bottle club or for any business establishment to allow the consumption or display of liquor or the serving of any liquid for the purpose of mixing liquor without a permit therefor from the city, but a bottle club, as herein defined and licensed, may permit its members to bring and keep a personal supply of liquor in lockers assigned to such members.
   Subd. 3.   Consumption and display permit fee. The annual consumption and display permit fee is $300.
(Ord. 342, Second Series, passed 6-12-95)
   Subd. 4.   Consumption and display restrictions and regulations.
      A.   Every bottle, container or other receptacle containing liquor stored by a member of a bottle club shall have attached to it a label signed by the member of the club, shall be kept in a locker designated to the use of the member, and no other liquor shall be on bottle club premises.
      B.   It is unlawful for any club member who is a minor to be assigned a locker for the storage of liquor or to consume or display liquor on any premises under control by the club.
      C.   It is unlawful to consume or allow consumption or display of liquor in any bottle club or business establishment between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.
(Ord. 133, Second Series, passed 8-2-86)
      D.   No license shall be issued to any bottle club when a member of the board, management, executive committee or other similar body chosen by its members, or when a business establishment or the owner thereof holds a federal retail liquor dealer’s special tax stamp for the sale of liquor.
      E.   Liquor sold, served or displayed in violation of this section shall be subject to seizure for purposes of evidence.
   Subd. 5.   Other licenses. An on-sale liquor licensee may not be licensed for consumption and display.
(`80 Code, § 5.50) Penalty, see § 1.99