Related Rule
Czech Republic
Practice Relating to Rule 59. Improper Use of the Distinctive Emblems of the Geneva Conventions
The Czech Republic’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1999, punishes any person who “misuses the insignia of the Red Cross, or other signs or colours recognized in international law as designating medical institutions or vehicles used for medical assistance or evacuation”. 
Czech Republic, Criminal Code, 1961, as amended in 1999, Article 265(1).
The Czech Republic’s Emblem and Red Cross Society Act (1992) punishes “anyone who misuses the emblem or the name [red cross on a white ground and the words ‘Red Cross’ or ‘Geneva Cross’] … or anyone who assists in such misuse, … in case this act was perpetrated at times to which the [1949] Geneva Conventions apply”. 
Czech Republic, Emblem and Red Cross Society Act, 1992, § 2.