Sept. 3, 1885

Resolution No. 29, issued by the Governing Senate of Russia [Present-day Russia]: “The law which forbids Jews from residing outside the precincts of towns and townlets applies also to Jews belonging to the reserve or having unlimited furlough, who have completed their military duties according to the previous recruiting law.”
Russo-Jewish Committee. “Laws of Russia Relating to Hebrews.” G.R. Gray: Washington DC, 1891. Page 36. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 1/10/2020