§ 10.23  SLEEPING, LOITERING AND LOUNGING IN STREETS OR PUBLIC PLACES.
   Subd. 1.   Definitions.  For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      A.   LOITER.
         1.   Obstruction of free and unhampered passage of pedestrians or vehicles;
         2.   Interfering with any person lawfully on the premises by obstructing passage; or
         3.   Refusing to move on when so requested by a peace officer when the peace officer reasonably makes the request to preserve or promote public peace and order.
      B.   LOUNGE.  To sit or lie down in any place not upon a chair, bench, seat or other place provided for sitting or lying down or to sit or lie down in any place on public property provided for waiting when the person so sitting or lying down is not legitimately waiting for the person or service for which the place is provided.
   Subd. 2.   Unlawful acts.
      A.   It is unlawful for any person to loiter or lounge upon public property, except parks.
      B.   It is unlawful for any person to sleep upon streets or public property unless the person is in a vehicle.
(`80 Code, § 10.23)  Penalty, see § 1.99