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The police notebooks contain a number of references to prostitution in different parts of London. Though the notebooks were written at different times and with different police officers, there are commonly recurring themes. Examples include the nationality of both the women and their pimps, and the costs and charges made by all of those involved, including the rents of the lodging houses from which the prostitutes worked.
There are also the personal observations of the officers eager to offer their opinions about the work and what they saw. As to prostitution. King's X Metropolitan station is a meeting place for prostitutes and juvenile thieves.
Concerns about prostitution had led to it being legislated against for both moralistic and public health reasons. The Contagious Diseases Acts which were passed between had made prostitutes solely to blame for the spread of venereal diseases.
The efforts of Josephine Butler and others led to the acts being repealed in William T. Stead's scathing series of articles in the Pall Mall Gazette called The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon , provided a shocking analysis of the situation faced by many young women who worked as prostitutes.
The articles were published in July and the descriptions of underage girls being forced into prostitution outraged the public. The Criminal Law Amendment Act , which was passed in August , sought to redress some of the issues raised by the Stead's articles. The act raised the age of consent to 16 from 13 , had clauses preventing girls and women from being abducted for prostitution, and made the running of brothels punishable by fines and imprisonment. Infamously, this law was also responsible for the punishment of sex acts between men.