TABLE 10.-Institutional quota fulfillments by the feeble-minded— Comparative findings from four different standards or analysis methods-Continued. of age. of age. of age. of age. 5. Total native-born white (2, 3, and 4): 68, 386, 412 whole population minus negroes. 68, 386, 412 38, 807, 809 24, 957, 149 13, 345, 545 whole population minus negroes. 13, 345, 545 2,863, 488 759, 346 32, 243, 382 whole population minus negroes. 32, 243, 382 14, 167, 740 7, 984, 915 9, 827, 763 5, 756, 318 3, 665, 107 9. Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and all other (all parentage): 412, 546 whole population minus negroes. 412, 546 whole population under 25 years 192, 108 117, 534 +261 104. 32 of age of age. of age. Table 11.—Institutional quota fulfillments by the insane-Comparative findings from three different standards or analysis methods Character of institutional population: Males. 51, 127 Total 91, 954 429247-8 -SER 5A—-8 TABLE 11.-Institutional quota fulfillments by the insane-Comparative findings from three different standards or analysis methods—Continued c. Age limits: All persons in the reporting State and Federal institutions for the insane are included. Source of data: 94 State and Federal institutions for the insane. Where located: Same as listed on page 780, “Analysis of America's Modern Melting Pot,” hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, November 21, 1922. Date of returns: January 1, 1921-March 31, 1922. Analysis method a: The inmate frequency of the insane in the whole population equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment; method used in the “Melting Pot” analysis. Analysis method b: The inmate frequency of the insane in the whole population over 20 years of age equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment. Analysis method c: The inmate frequency of the insane in the whole population over 40 years of age equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment. ( (b) (0) 5,981 6, 214 1. All groups: standard, whole population.- 91, 972, 266 | 100.00 91, 954 91, 954 100.00 +0 100.00 (a) (6) Analysis method b; standard, whole 53, 409, 527 100.00 91, 954 91, 954 100.00 +0 100.00 (b) (c) Analysis method c; standard, whole years of age... 22, 804, 255 100.00 91, 954 91, 954 100.00 +0 100.00 (c) Native white, both parents native born: (a) Analysis method a; standard, whole population... 49, 488, 575 53. 81 49, 479 36, 251 39. 42–13, 228 73. 27 (a) (6) Analysis method b; standard, whole 78. 95 b (c) Analysis method c; standard, whole years of age. 11, 488, 962 50.38 46, 326 36, 251 39. 42 –10, 075 78. 25 3. Native white, one parent na tive born, one foreign born: standard, whole 6. 76 +233 103. 90 (a) (6) Analysis method b; standard, whole 4,761 6, 214 6. 76 +1,453 | 130. 52 (b) (c) Analysis method c; ( 2,765, 041 5. 18 standard, whole 6. 76 +2, 821 183. 14 (c) 4. Native white, both parents foreign born: (a) Analysis method a; standard, whole +1,096 | 108. 49 (a) 1 The different analyses in this table were secured from first-hand returns supplied by the authorities in charge of the several institutions reporting. These returns were made directly to the expert eugenics agent of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization of the House of Representatives. The number and location of the institutions reporting data for this table, and those of the same class that did not make returns, are listed on page 780 of the Analysis of America's Modern Melting Pot, hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-seventh Congress, third session, Nov. 21, 1922. ? Population records from the United States census of 1910. 3 The per cent allotment is found by dividing the population of the particular nativity group by the whole population used in the group or groups taken as the standard, and multiplying the result by 100. 4 The number expected is found by multiplying the per cent allotment by the total number found in institutions in the particular group and dividing the product by 100. These numbers are found by the actual survey and of course do not vary with different methods of analysis. 6 This per cent distribution is found by dividing the number of the particular group found in institutions by the number in institutions found in the group or groups representing the standard, and multiplying the result by 100. This quota fulfilment by numbers is found by subtracting the number expected from the number found. 8 The quota fulfillment by per cent is found by dividing the number found by the number expected and multiplying the quotient by 100. 15. 23 TABLE 11.-Institutional quota fulfillments by the insane-Comparative findings from three different standards or analysis methods-Continued 4. Native white, both parents foreign born-Continued. standard, whole years of age.. standard, whole years of age standard, whole population.. standard, whole years of age. standard, whole years of age. standard, whole population... standard, whole years of age. standard, whole years of age. (3, 4, and 6): standard, whole population. standard, whole years of age.. standard, whole years of age. standard, whole population standard, whole years of age. standard, whole years of age. standard, whole population.. standard, whole years of age. standard, whole 0.21 --253 43. 90 (c) TABLE 12.-Institutional quota fulfillments by the adult criminalistic group—Com parative findings from three different standards or analysis methods Character of institutional population: a. Clinical type: Adult criminalistic. b. Sex and numbers: Males 42,986 Females 2, 138 Total. 45, 124 c. Age limits: Above 20 years.! Source of data: 68 State and Federal institutions for adult criminals. Where located: Same as listed on page 796, " Analysis of America's Modern Melting Pot,” hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, November 21, 1922. Date of returns: January 1, 1921-March 31, 1922. Analysis method a: The inmate frequency of adult criminals in the whole population equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment; method used in the "Melting Pot Analysis." Analysis method b: The inmate frequency of adult criminals in the whole population over 20 years of age equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment. Analysis method c: The inmate frequency of adult criminals in the whole population over 20 years of age, minus the negroes, equals 100 per cent quota fulfillment. 방 +0 1. All groups: 91, 972, 266 100.00 45, 124 45, 124 100.00 20 100.00 (6) Analysis method b; standard, whole population over 20 years 53, 409, 527 100.00 45, 124 45, 124 100.00 +0 100.00 (c) Analysis method c; standard, whole population over 20 years of age.. 100.00 2. Native white, both parents native born: (a) Analysis method a; standard, whole population. 49, 488, 575 53.81 24, 280 18,784 41. 63 -5,493 77. 36 (6) Analysis method b; standard, whole population over 20 years 26, 667, 940 49.93 22, 531 18,784 41. 63 -3, 747 83. 37 (c) Analysis method c; standard, whole population over 20 years of age, minus negroes.. -26, 667, 940 55. 211 22, 531) 18,784 55. 58 -3, 747) 83, 37 1 In the institutional returns it was learned that adult criminals vary officially in different States from ages above 18 years to ages above 21 years. The average appears to be about 20 years. This is also a convenient census age-grouping, so that these returns are analyzed on the basis of institutional inmates rated in their particular States as adult criminals, and of the census reports of populations above 20 years of age. 2 The different analyses in this table were secured from first-hand returns supplied by the authorities in charge of the several institutions reporting. These returns were made directly to the expert eugenics agent of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization of the House of Representatives. The number and location of each of the institutions reporting data for this table, and those of the same class which did not make returns, are listed on page 796 of the Analysis of America's Modern Melting Pot, hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-seventh Congress, third session, November 21, 1922. 3 Population records from the United States Census of 1910. 4 The per cent allotment is found by dividing the population of the particular nativity group by the whole population used in the group or groups taken as the standard, and multiplying the result by 100. 6 The number expected is found by multiplying the per cent allotment by the total number found in institutions in the particular group, and dividing the product by 100. 6 These numbers are found by the actual survey, and of course do not vary with different methods of analysis. 7 This per cent distribution is found by dividing the number of the particular group found in insti. tutions by the number in institutions found in the group or groups representing the standard, and multiplying the result by 100. 8 This quota fulfillment by numbers is found by subtracting the number expected from the number found. • The quota fulfillment by per cent is found by dividing the number found by the number expected, and multiplying the product by 100. TABLE 12.-Institutional quota fulfillments by the adult criminalistic group-Com parative findings from three different standards or analysis methods-Con. of age of age. 3. Native white, one parent native born, one foreign born: 5, 981, 526 whole population over 20 years 2, 765, 041 whole population over 20 years 2, 765, 041 12, 916, 311 6, 701, 652 whole population over 20 years 6, 701, 652 68, 386, 412 -36, 134, 633 whole population over 20 years 36, 134, 633 13, 345, 545 - 11, 912, 438 whole population over 20 years |11, 912, 438 32, 243, 382 -21, 379, 131 whole population over 20 years of age, minus negroes.. 21, 379, 131 9, 827,763 5, 102, 240 9. Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and all other (all parentage): 412, 546 260, 216 whole population over 20 years 260, 216 6, 547 6, 586 14. 59 +39100. 60 of age. of age. of age. of age. .631 96.82 |