Subd. 1. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
A. LIQUOR. 3.2% malt liquor, wine or liquor, as defined in City Code, Chapter 5.
Subd. 2. No person shall sell liquor in any public park, except when licensed to do so by the Council.
Subd. 3. Liquor may be consumed in a public park by any person to whom liquor may be legally sold in accordance with the state law, except between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Liquor may be consumed in the south part of Todd Park so posted between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. the next day. The consumption and possession of liquor may be further restricted or limited by rules and regulations of the Park and Recreation Board, which rules and regulations shall be posted in the park to which they apply.
Subd. 4. It is unlawful for any person, organization or group of persons to bring upon or possess in a park a single container of liquor which contains or has a capacity of two gallons or more unless a permit therefor has been issued to the person, group or organization, as hereinafter set forth. This subdivision shall not apply to any persons licensed to sell liquor in a park, to employees and agents acting on behalf of the licensees, nor to persons merely delivering liquor to the licensees.
Subd. 5. All applications for permit to possess in the park a single container of liquor which contains or has a capacity of more than two gallons shall be made on forms supplied by the city setting forth the name of the person, group or organization asking for the permit, names and addresses and telephone numbers of those persons who will be responsible for the dispensing of the liquor and the statement of the public park and specific location in which the same is to be dispensed; and other information as the Council may require from time to time. It is unlawful to make any false statement in any application. The permits shall be issued by the Police Department.
Subd. 6. The person, group or organization who have been granted the permit shall display the same at the public park on the site where the liquor is being consumed or dispensed. The permits shall be valid for the time indicated on the permit. The permits shall not be transferable. The person to whom the permit has been issued shall be responsible to see that the liquor is dispensed only to those persons who can legally consume liquor and shall see that the area where the same is dispensed is kept in a clean and orderly condition and shall be responsible to see that the persons to whom liquor is dispensed conduct themselves in an orderly and proper fashion.
(`80 Code, § 10.20) Penalty, see § 1.99