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It shall be lawful for any police officer of the city to photograph, fingerprint, and measure any person arrested on any charge. Such photographs, fingerprints, and measurements shall be in accordance with the system commonly known as the Bertillion System, or any system adopted or approved by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Any photographs, fingerprints, or measurements so taken shall be used in cooperation with the authorities of other cities, counties, states, and the federal government in correctly identifying the accused or to aid in recapturing a prisoner after escape.
(Prior Code, § 35.07) (Ord. 340.1, passed 5-3-1954)