checkout (noun) is the place where you pay for the things that you are buying in a supermarket
For example, I paid for my groceries at the checkout
Now, a supermarket might have a rule in which you can not carry any bags into it. There might be some lockers and a guard in front of the supermarket. You have to give your bag to the guard and they will put it into a locker, lock it and give the key to you.
You then just go into the supermarket barehanded.
When you get out the the supermarket, you give the key to the guard and he gives the bag back to you.
Do we have a word referring to that "keeping-belongings place" the same way we have the noun "checkout", for example, "Keeping counter" or something like that?
Can we say "You can not go into the supermarket without having your belongings kept over there"?