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The Criminal Law Consolidation Scotland Act is passed, again leaving sex work itself legal but making many other aspects of indoor sex work illegal. Within a few years it became common practice for so-called 'habitual prostitutes' to be regularly remanded in custody for venereal disease treatment, whether or not they had symptoms.
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