Jun. 16, 1796

Ordinance, issued by the state government of Bohemia [Present-day Czech Republic]: “Any Jew who changes his accommodations from the Jewish quarter in Prague to the Christian part of the city, without official pre-approval [by the government], shall be punished with a fine of twenty imperial thalers, and the homeowner who takes the Jew in shall incur a penalty of ten imperial thalers, to be substituted by jail time, if the fine cannot be paid.”
Engelmayr, Anton. Unterthans-Verfassung des Königreiches Böhmen. Erster Theil (Constitution for the Subjects of the Kingdom of Bohemia. Part One). Sollinger: Vienna, 1830. Page 353. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 3/16/2020