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(A) Every person who comes into the city from any point outside of the city, whether in transit through the city or otherwise, who, within the period of five years prior thereto, has been convicted in any federal court or court of any state of a crime which is a felony under the laws of the United States or which if committed in Ohio would have been a felony under the laws of the State of Ohio, shall report to the Police Division within 24 hours after arrival within the boundaries of the city and shall furnish to the Division, in a written statement signed by the person, the true name of the person and each other name or alias by which the person is or has been known, a full and complete description of himself or herself, and the name of each crime of which he or she has been convicted, together with the name of the place where each crime was committed, the name under which he or she was convicted, and the date of the conviction thereof, the name, if any, and the location of each prison, reformatory or other penal institution in which he or she has been confined as punishment therefor, together with the location or address of his or her residence, stopping place or living quarters in the city, and each one thereof, if any, or the address or location of his or her intended residence, stopping place or living quarters in the city, and each one thereof with a description of the character of the place, whether an apartment house, dwelling house or otherwise, giving the street number thereof, if any, or such other description of the address or location thereof as will so identify the same as to make it possible of location, and the length of time he or she expects or intends to reside within the territory or boundaries of the city.
(b) Whoever violates or fails to comply with this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree.
(Ord. 261-1957, passed 12-2-1957)