A. It is unlawful to consume in public or to display openly any open container of fermented malt beverage, malt, vinous or spirituous liquor, which container has a measurable amount of liquid remaining in the container, in or upon any street or highway or alley or parking lot, which lot is provided for public use, or in any city park or recreation area, except that fermented malt beverage, malt and vinous spirits may be consumed in a city park or recreation area pursuant to a valid permit issued in accordance with municipal ordinances and regulations.
B. It is unlawful to keep an open container of fermented malt beverage, malt, vinous or spirituous liquor in any automobile except in a locked trunk, in or upon any street, highway, alley or parking lot, which lot is provided for public use, within the city.
C. It is unlawful to sell, serve or openly display any fermented malt beverage, malt, vinous or spirituous liquor in or upon the premises of any restaurant, lunch stand, store or other place of business within the city, except at such places where the same may be sold lawfully, or sold and served as specifically designated by the laws of the state.
D. Fermented malt beverage, malt liquor, vinous liquor and spirituous liquor shall be defined as in the Colorado Beer Code and Colorado Liquor Code, respectively. (Ord. 3625 § 1, 1989; Ord. 3338 1, 1986; Ord. 1469 § 1, 1975; Ord. 1310 § 1, 1973; Ord. 1122 § 1, 1970; Ord. 1086 § 1, 1970; Ord. 1029 § 1, 1969; prior code § 29.10)