§ 617.10  Conveying Intoxicating Liquors or Drugs into Hospital
   (a)   No person shall convey or attempt to convey into any hospital, sanitarium or other place of confinement for the ill or convalescent, other than a private dwelling, any intoxicating liquor or a stimulating sedative or narcotic medicine such as cocaine, opium, chloral, chloroform or ether, except in accordance with the rules of the institution involved or unless the same is prescribed by a physician in attendance at such institution; nor shall any person admitted as a patient at any such hospital, sanitarium or other place of confinement for the ill or convalescent, other than a private dwelling, have in his or her possession, or attempt to induce others to obtain for him or her, any such liquor or drug unless the same is authorized by a physician in attendance at such institution nor shall any person in the employ of any hospital, sanitarium or other place of confinement for the ill or convalescent, other than a private dwelling, knowingly permit a patient confined therein to receive any such liquor or drug unless the same is prescribed by a physician in attendance at such institution.
   (b)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of conveying intoxicating liquors or drugs into hospitals, a misdemeanor of the first degree.
(Ord. No. 1020-76. Passed 6-14-76, eff. 6-18-76)