525.15  REGISTRATION OF FELONS.
   (a)   This section shall apply to every person who, within the period of ten years immediately prior to his arrival in the City, has been convicted of any crime in any federal court which is deemed, designated, or specified to be a felony, according to the United States Criminal Code, or who, within the period of ten years immediately prior to his arrival in the City, has been convicted of any crime in a  court of any state of the United States, which crime is deemed, designated or specified to be a felony in the state in which the conviction occurred.
   (b)   Every person named in subsection (a) hereof who comes within the City from any point outside thereof, whether in transit through the City or not, shall report to the Police Department within forty-eight hours after his arrival within the corporate limits and shall furnish the Police Department a written statement signed by the person containing his true name and each other name or alias by which the person is or has been known; a full and complete description of the person; the name of each of the crimes hereinbefore enumerated of which he has pleaded guilty or been found guilty; the title of the court wherein the proceedings occurred and the location of the court; the name under which he was there charged; the date of the plea of conviction; the name and location of any and each prison, reformatory or other penal institution in which he has been confined upon sentence therefor; the address of his residence, place of employment, stopping place or living quarters within the City, if any, or the address or location of his intended residence, stopping place or living quarters and each thereof; the length of time he intends to remain or reside within the City; and his marital status.
   (c)   At the time of furnishing the information required by subsection (b) hereof by any person, the Police Department shall cause the person to be photographed and a record of his fingerprints to be made, which photograph and record shall be made a part of the permanent record provided for by this section.
   (d)   In the event that any person specified in subsection (a) hereof changes any place of residence, stopping place or living quarters to any new or different place or establishes any new place of residence, stopping place or living quarters within the City other than those known by his previous report to the Police Department, he shall, within twenty-four hours thereafter, notify the Police Department, in a written statement signed by him, of the change of address, and shall furnish in this written statement the address of each and any individual or additional place of residence, stopping place or living quarters.
   (e)   The Police Department shall cause to be made a permanent record of all information, including photographs and fingerprints, required by the provisions of this section to be furnished to or by it and shall forthwith furnish a copy of any part of all thereof to any duly constituted and acting officer of the City, County, State, or the United States charged with the duty of prosecuting offenders, and the record shall at all times be open to the inspection of any officer charged with the enforcement of laws within the territorial limits of the City, but no portion thereof shall be open to the inspection of others, except when, in the opinion of the Chief of Police, it is necessary in the administration of the law.
   (f)   Nothing in this section shall be deemed or construed to apply to any person who has received full pardon for each crime with respect to which he would otherwise be required by the terms of this section to furnish a report or statement.
   (g)   Whoever violates any provision of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree. 
(1979 Code 130.27)