I provided you with the Minneapolis code for Indecent Conduct in my initial answer.
The entire Municipal Code is available here:http://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientId=11490&stateId=23&stateName=minnesota
If you search for "public place" you will get the code's definition
(c)(1)Public place means any building or establishment, place, or public street or highway, where the business, social or governmental activity ordinarily conducted is generally held open to the public; specifically including, but not limited to, such locations as governmental buildings, meeting halls, centers for art and culture, places of amusement, liquor or beer establishments, and restaurants. It shall also include any private residence which is the site of activities proscribed by section 385.170 (Disorderly house).
(2) Public place shall not include:
a. A dwelling place or residence when a person is present with the permission of a lawful possessor thereof, or one's own place of business;
b. Premises licensed for the sale of firearms;
c. Business premises at which the buying, selling, repair, or trade in weapons is regularly conducted, or;
d. Places at which an event or activity is conducted involving the exhibition, display, or carrying of a weapon, done in a manner not intended or calculated to result in or lead to the unlawful use of the weapon, including, but not limited to, educational or training programs, weapons or collectors' shows or exhibitions, or religious, artistic, educational, or cultural events; or
e. Parades or other public events when the use or display of weapons is specifically authorized by the city for such events.
Here is link to the state statute which defines "public place"https://www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/statutes/?id=609.321
Subd. 12.Public place. A "public place" means a public street or sidewalk, a pedestrian skyway system as defined in section 469.125, subdivision 4, a hotel, motel, steam room, sauna, massage parlor, shopping mall and other public shopping areas, or other place of public accommodation, a place licensed to sell intoxicating liquor, wine, nonintoxicating malt beverages, or food, or a motor vehicle located on a public street, alley, or parking lot ordinarily used by or available to the public though not used as a matter of right and a driveway
connecting such a parking lot with a street or highway.
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