§ 116.001  HOTEL GUEST REGISTRY.
   (A)   The guest register, which is required by I.C.A. § 137C.25E to be maintained by hotels disclosing the room number, name, residence, date of arrival and date of departure of each individual renting or leasing a room, accommodations or facilities of the hotel, shall be immediately disclosed to any law enforcement officer upon request and proper identification, for purposes of inspection and copying.
   (B)   For purposes of this section, a HOTEL is as defined in I.C.A. § 137C.2(5), as any building or structure, equipped, used, advertised as or held out to the public to be an inn, hotel, motel, motor inn or place where sleeping accommodations are furnished to transient guests for hire.
   (C)   Any information which is known or available to the proprietor of the hotel shall also be provided to law enforcement, but not yet included in the registry for any reason, shall also be disclosed upon request.
(2013 Code, § 21-151)  (Ord. 14887, passed 7-11-2011)