I believe the old 610 had those questions. A conviction was a bar to granting a license, I believe. I recall having to disclaim or confess affiliation with groups on the list of subversive organizations maintained by the Attorney General but that may have been for enlisting as a Radioman. It used to be that conviction of a felony was pretty much an ostracism. No firearms, no voting, no offices of trust or honor, etc. One of my lawyer acquaintances spent a couple of years making big rocks into small ones for securities fraud and disbarred, got out, and has his law license back. Another guy was fencing stolen property, was convicted, disbarred, and he's back.