It shall be unlawful for any person to have possession of any alcoholic liquors which shall have been acquired otherwise than from a licensee duly licensed to sell same to such person under the provisions of the state’s Liquor Control Act, being Neb. RS 53-101 to 53-1,122; providing, nothing herein shall prevent the possession of alcoholic liquor for the personal use of the possessor, his or her family and guests, nor prevent the making of wine, cider or other alcoholic liquor by a person from fruits, vegetables or grains or the produce thereof by simple fermentation and without distillation if it is made solely for the use of the maker, his or her family and his or her guests; provided further that, nothing herein shall prevent any duly licensed practicing physician or dentist from possessing or using alcoholic liquor in the strict practice of his or her profession or any hospital or institution caring for the sick and diseased persons from possessing any alcoholic liquor for the treatment of bona fide patients of such hospital or other institution; provided further that, any drug store employing a licensed pharmacist may possess and use alcoholic liquors in the compounding of prescriptions of duly licensed physicians; and, provided further that, the possession and dispensation of wine by an authorized representative of any church for the purpose of conducting any bona fide rite or religious ceremony conducted by such church shall not be prohibited by this section.
(Prior Code, § 10-122)  Penalty, see § 10.99