A.   Open Containers: It shall be unlawful for any person to carry on any street, alley or other way publicly maintained, an open container of alcoholic beverage. A "container of alcoholic beverage", for the purpose of this subsection, shall be any bottle, glass, cup, can or other container. "Open" shall mean unsealed to the air, the same being a bottle with its cap off, a can with its lid open in any manner, or a glass or cup not hermetically sealed. "Alcohol" shall be defined as in section 3-1-2 of this chapter.
   B.   Sales From Original Containers: It shall be unlawful for any licensee, his agent or employee to sell for consumption not on the licensed premises, any alcoholic liquor in other than its original package ("original package" shall mean bottle, flask, jug, can, cask, barrel, keg, hogshead or other receptacle or container whatsoever, used, corked or capped, sealed and labeled by the manufacturer of such alcoholic liquor to contain and to convey any alcoholic liquor); provided further, that in the case of beer or malt liquor, "original package" shall mean in the case or carton and not single containers of less than seven (7) ounce capacity. No licensee, his agents or employees shall permit and no person shall remove from the licensed premises any alcoholic liquor except in its "original package" as defined in this subsection.
   C.   Materials; Plastic And Paper Prohibited: It shall be unlawful to serve alcoholic liquor for consumption on licensed premises in any container other than in a cast plastic, glass or other similar porcelain type material. Single use plastic and paper containers are expressly prohibited. (1999 Code § 3.17)