(a)   Every license holder is responsible for the conduct in the licensed establishment and any of an by any employee authorized to in the establishment is the act of the license holder.
   (b)   No license holder shall , serve, or furnish to any obviously intoxicated .
   (c)   No license holder may to any for the purpose of resale, or to any whom the license holder has reason to believe intends to resell the without written approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety.
   (d)   No license holder shall display to the public during hours when the of is prohibited under this code.
   (e)   No license holder shall , offer for , or keep for in a package or bottle which has been refilled or partly refilled.
   (f)   No license holder shall directly or indirectly through an agent, employee, or other , dilute or in any manner tamper with the contents of an or bottle so as to change its composition or alcoholic content while the contents are in the or bottle. on the of in the or bottle differing in composition or alcoholic content from when it was received from the or from whom it was purchased is prima facie evidence that the contents of the or bottle has been diluted, changed or tampered with in violation of this section.
   (g)   No license holder shall place on a single or joined bar line or on a dispensing system, whether automatic or manual, bottles or other containers with different labels or containing different levels of proof.
   (h)   No shall drink or consume in any motor vehicle when such vehicle is upon a public highway or street.
   (i)   No shall have in their while in a private motor vehicle upon a public highway or street, any bottle or container with that has been opened, the seal broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed. Exceptions:
      (1)   This does not apply to a bottle or container in the trunk of the vehicle, if the vehicle has a trunk, or that is in another area of the vehicle not normally occupied by the driver and passengers if the vehicle does not have a trunk; and
      (2)   This does not apply to the or consumption of by passengers who are 21 years of age or older in: a bus operated under a charter as defined in M.S. § 169A.35, subd. 6, as amended; or a limousine as defined in M.S. § 168.002, subd. 15, as amended from time to time.
   (j)   The and consumption of is not compatible with the health and safety of using certain areas of the city and shall not be possessed or consumed by any in the following areas:
      (1)   The City Cemetery as defined by § 5.09;
      (2)   Parks as defined by § 5.20, except that may be possessed or consumed in designated picnic areas or when a valid, special event license is issued under § 13.03 or a caterer’s permit issued under M.S. § 340A.404, subd. 12; and
      (3)    shall not be consumed by any in the following areas: public rights-of-way, sidewalks, pathways and bikeways pursuant to § 12.04.
(Ord. 2020-2, passed 2-24-2020; Ord. 2020-21, passed 6-1-2020)