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The ordination on prostitution in Alba Iulia was voted for by the Municipal Council on 29 October , on a proposition made by the captain of police. The 21 chapters and articles of the ordination amounted to nothing less than the regulation of prostitution. Defined in terms of public usefulness as an economic activity consisting of an exchange of feminine services for masculine payment, the prostitution legislation and its categories signalled the premises of the creation of a new moral order. These efforts to render moral the public space are reflected in the statistics of the city records regarding attempts to control the phenomenon of prostitution in Alba Iulia.
In the beginning, the ordination authorised four brothels with no more than eight and no less than three sex workers, and the practice of prostitution for a certain number of women. We learn about the mobility of these women from a note of the physician who examined the women.
Thus, in , only 18 women provided sexual services, although 43 had been registered. In , the number of registered women had grown to 52 and in it had reached The stability of sex businesses depended on many factors. One should add to the mobility of prostitutes both competition from other brothels and interference by the administrative authorities.
The rules introduced in produced effects. Thus, in , Alba Iulia innkeeper Lajos Hillinger was denounced for having accepted a prostitute and employed her in order to entertain his customers. He was condemned by the authorities to pay a fine of 25 florins for breaking the ordination.
Using prostitutes in various inns was perhaps a widespread practice, but gradually it came to be amended. The documentation pertaining to the period before World War I is meagre and does not allow a precise examination of the continuing transformation of prostitution.