The following are hereby declared to be nuisances affecting public morals and decency:
   A.   All gambling devices, slot machines, and punchboards.
   B.   Betting, bookmaking, and all apparatus used in such occupations.
   C.   All houses kept for the purpose of prostitution or promiscuous sexual intercourse, gambling houses, houses of ill fame, and bawdyhouses.
   D.   All places where intoxicating liquor is manufactured or disposed of in violation of law or where, in violation of law, persons are permitted to resort for the purpose of drinking intoxicating liquor, or where intoxicating liquor is kept for sale or other disposition in violation of law, and all liquor and other property used for maintaining such a place.
   E.   Any vehicle used for the transportation of intoxicating liquor, or for promiscuous sexual intercourse, or any other immoral or illegal purpose. (Ord. 5.1, 6-5-1984)
   F.   Notwithstanding the above provisions, any gambling authorized and licensed by the state of Minnesota pursuant to Minnesota statutes chapter 349 shall not be considered a nuisance and may be permitted as set forth in said statutes. (Ord. 2005-2, 1-18-2005)