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CHAPTER V.

ALIENS WHO ARE EXCLUDED UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAW.

a. MENTAL DEFECTS.

(1) Idiots.
(2) Imbeciles.
(3) Feeble-minded.
(4) Insane persons.
(5) Epileptics.
(6) Persons having previously had attacks of insanity.
(7) Persons of constitutional psychopathic inferiority.

(8) Persons with chronic alcoholism. b. PAUPERS.

(1) Paupers.
(2) Vagrants.

(3) Professional beggars.
c. DISEASED. See 2, subdivision i.

(1) Tuberculosis in any form.

(2) Loathsome or dangerous contagious disease. d. PERSONS CERTIFIED AS MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DEFECTS. (1) Persons certified by examining surgeon as being

mentally or physically defective, when such physical defect is of a nature which may affect the ability of the alien to earn a living. See 2, subdivi

sion j. e. CRIMINALS. See 2, subdivision a. (1) Persons convicted of crime involving moral turpi

tude or who admit having committed such crime. f. POLYGAMISTS.

(1) Polygamists.
(2) Persons who practice polygamy.
(3) Persons believing in or advocating practice of poly-

gamy. g. ANARCHISTS. (1) Persons believing in overthrow of Government of

the United States by force or violence. (2) Persons who advocate overthrow of the Government

of the United States by force or violence. (3) Persons believing in or advocating overthrow by

force or violence of all forms of law. (4) Persons who disbelieve in or are opposed to organ

ized government. (5) Persons advocating assassination of public officials. (6) Persons advocating or teaching the unlawful de

struction of property. h. MEMBERS OF UNLAWFUL ORGANIZATIONS. (1) Members of or affiliated with organizations entertaining and teaching disbelief in or opposition to

organized government, or (2) Advocating or teaching the duty, necessity, or prop

riety of the unlawful assaulting or killing of any officer, either of specific individuals or officers generally of the Government of the United States or other organized government, because of his or

their official character, or (3) Advocating or teaching the unlawful destruction of

property. i. ANARCHISTS AS DEFINED BY ACT OF OCTOBER 16, 1918, AS AMENDED JUNE 5, 1920.

(1) Aliens who are anarchists.
(2) Aliens who advise, advocate, or teach, or who are

members of or affiliated with any organization,
association, society, or group, that advises, advo-
cates, or teaches, opposition to all organized gov-

ernment. (3) Aliens who believe in, advise, advocate, or teach, or

who are members of or affiliated with any organization, association, society, or group that believes in, advises, advocates, or teaches: (1) the overthrow by force or violence of the Government of the United States or of all forms of law, or (2) the duty, necessity, or propriety of the unlawful assaulting or killing of any officer or officers (either of specific individual or of officers generally) of the Government of the United States or of any other organized government because of his or their official character, or (3) the unlawful damage, injury, or destruction of property, or (4)

sabotage. (4) Aliens who write, publish, or cause to be written or

published, or who knowingly circulate, distribute, print, or display, or knowingly cause to be circulated, distributed, printed, published, or displayed, or who knowingly have in their possession for the purpose of circulation, distribution, publication, or display any written or printed matter advising, advocating, or teaching opposition to all organized government, or advising, advocating, or teaching: (1) the overthrow by force or violence of the Government of the United States or of all forms of law, or (2) the duty, necessity, or propriety of the unlawful assaulting or killing of any officer or officers (either of specific individuals or of officers generally) of the Government of the United States or of any other organized government, or (3) the unlawful damage, injury, or destruction of property, or (4) sabotage.

(5) Aliens who are members of or affiliated with any

organization, association, society, or group that writes, circulates, distributes, prints, publishes, or displays or causes to be written, circulated, distributed, printed, published, or displayed or that has in its possession for the purpose of circulation, distribution, publication, issue, or display any written or printed matter of the character described in subdivision 4.

NOTE.-FOR the purpose of this section: (1) The giving, loaning, or promising of money or anything of value to be used for the advising, advocacy, or teaching of any doctrine above enumerated shall constitute the advising, advocacy, or teaching of such doctrine; and (2) the giving, loaning, or promising of money or anything of value to any organization, association, society, or group of the character above described shall constitute affiliation therewith; but nothing in this paragraph shall be taken as an exclusive

definition of advising, advocacy, teaching, or affiliation. j. PROSTITUTES AND PROCURERS.

(1) Prostitutes.
(2) Persons coming to the United States for the purpose

of prostitution.
(3) Persons coming to the United States for any im-

moral purpose. (4) Persons directly or indirectly procuring or attempt

ing to procure or import prostitutes or persons for the purpose of prostitution or any other immoral

purpose. (5) Persons supported by or receiving in whole or in

part the proceeds of prostitution. k. CONTRACT LABORERS. See 2, subdivision c. (1) Persons induced, assisted, encouraged, or solicited

to immigrate to this country by offers or promises of employment, whether offers or promises true or false, to perform labor in this country of any kind,

skilled or unskilled, or (2) Migrating to this country in consequence of agree

ments, oral, written or printed, express or implied, to perform labor in this country of any kind,

skilled or unskilled. (3) Persons coming in consequence of advertisements

for laborers printed, published, or distributed in a

foreign country. 1. HOLDERS OF FOREIGN PASSPORTS TO DETRIMENT OF LABOR CONDITIONS. (1) When the President shall be satisfied that passports

issued by foreign government to its citizens or subjects to go to any country other than the United States, or to any insular possession of the United States or to the Canal Zone are being used to enable holder to come to continental United States to the detriment of labor conditions there

in, the President shall refuse to permit such person to enter from such country or from such in

sular possession or Canal Zone. m. PERSONS LIKELY TO BECOME PUBLIC CHARGE. See 2, subdi

vision j. n. PERSONS PREVIOUSLY DEPORTED. (1) Persons previously deported and reapplying within

one year thereafter unless prior to reembarkation at foreign port, or attempt to be admitted from foreign contiguous territory, Secretary of Labor

shall have consented to reapplication. 0. PERSONS WHOSE PASSAGE PAID FOR BY ANOTHER. See 2, subdivision h. (1) Persons whose ticket or passage is paid for with

money of another or
(2) Who are assisted by others to come.

a. Unless it is affirmatively and satisfactorily

shown that such persons do not belong to

one of the foregoing excluded classes. (3) Persons whose ticket or passage is paid for by any

corporation, association, society, municipality, or

foreign Government, directly or indirectly. p. STOWAWAYS. See 2, subdivision f. q. CHILDREN UNACCOMPANIED. See 2, subdivision g. (1) Children under sixteen (16) years of age unaccom

panied by or not coming to parent. r. NATIVES OF SPECIFIED ASIATIC, ETC., DISTRICTS. See 2, subdivision k. (1) Natives of islands not possessed by the United

States adjacent to the continent of Asia situated south of the twentieth parallel latitude north, west of the one hundred and sixtieth meridian of longitude east from Greenwich, and north of the tenth parallel of latitude south unless otherwise provided

by existing treaties, or (2) Natives of that part of the continent of Asia west of

of the one hundred and tenth meridian of longitude east from Greenwich and east of the fiftieth meridian of longitude east from Greenwich and south of fiftieth parallel of latitude north, except that portion of said territory between the fiftieth and sixtyfourth meridians of longitude east from Greenwich and the twenty-fourth and thirty-eighth parallels of

latitude north. S. ALIENS FORMERLY EXCLUDED.

(1) Aliens now in any way excluded or prevented from 1

entering the United States shall not be admitted to

the United States. t. ILLITERATES. Sec. 3, act of February, 1917. See 2, subdivision 1. (1) Aliens over sixteen (16) years of age physically

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capable of reading, unable to read English or other

language or dialect, including Hebrew or Yiddish. v. INADMISSIBLE ALIEN SEAMEN. Section 32, act of February, 1917. (1) No alien excluded from admission into the United

States by any law or treaty and employed on board any vessel arriving in the United States from foreign port or place shall be permitted to land in United

States except temporarily for medical treatment, or (2) Pursuant to regulations prescribed by Secretary of

Labor providing for ultimate removal or deportation

of such alien from United States, and (3) Owner of vessel shall be required to detain on board

any such alien after notice in writing by immigration officer at port of arrival, and to deport such alien if required by such immigration officer, failure to do so subjects owner of vessel to penalty prescrib

ed by section 32. W. ACCOMPANYING ALIEN IN CERTAIN CASES. Section 18, act of February, 1917. (1) Upon certificate of examining medical officer that

a rejected alien is helpless from sickness, mental or physical disability, or infancy, if such alien is accompanied by another alien whose protection or guardianship is required by rejected alien, such ac

companying alien may also be excluded. X. ALIENS FROM FOREIGN CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY. Section 23, act of February, 1917. (1) No alien applying for admission from foreign con

tiguous territory shall be permitted to enter the
United States unless upon proving that he was
brought to such territory by a transportation com-
pany which had submitted to and complied with all
the requirements of the act of February, 1917, or
that he entered or has resided in such territory more
than two years prior to date of his application for
admission to United States.

COLLECTION OF HEAD TAX.
a. AMOUNT OF TAX.
b. PERSONS SUBJECT TO TAX.
c. WHO NOT SUBJECT TO TAX.
d. TO WHOM TAX PAID.
e. BY WHOM PAID.

f. HOW PAYMENT ENFORCED. a. AMOUNT OF TAX.

(1) There shall be levied, collected, and paid a tax of

$8 by-
b. PERSONS SUBJECT TO TAX.

(1) Every alien entering the United States.
(2) Aliens entering jurisdiction of the United States

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