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TABLE 54.--Aliens debarred and deported, by causes, 1892 lo 192.5

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42
40
26

1902 to 1907
1908
1909..
1910.
1911
1912
1913.
1914
1915
1916.
1917
1918.
1919
1920..
1921.
1922.
1923
1924.
1925

211
20
18
16
12
10
18
14
6
5
9
4
1
9
10

7
10
4
3

121
121
125
126
110
483
995
302
224
224
19

628
159
141
169
111
105
175
172

98
123
112
64
48
56
93
82
72
65
47

25
26
29
33
28
23
25
30
28
34
31
19
27
11
12
15
20
13

54
68
27
17
19
5
7
20
31
35

3
20
37
38
39
31
65
69
25

49
63
70
74
80
39

21
10

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189
124
323
316
253
263
367
380
291
439
510
161

86
111

81
113
180
163
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592 808 755 276 245 257 160 261 355 178 176 364 546 251

676 190 413 819 605 350 333 322 218 377 279 261 101 60 80 225 321 509 188

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10, 9022, 069
10, 411 2, 124
24, 270 2, 695
22, 349 2, 788
16, 057 2, 456
19, 938 3, 461
33, 041 4, 610
24, 111 2,435
18, 867

2, 590
6

16, 028 1, 771 49

7, 297

1, 551 40

8, 626 3, 021 1

11, 795 2, 751
5

13, 779 4, 483
13, 731 4,283
20, 619 3,546

30, 284 6, 237
218,607 25,390 | 9, 402

4,877

477
665
825
522
397
165
131
119
104
69
51
35
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464
1, 241
2, 291
1, 483
1, 929
2, 436

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129 191 82 18 47 11 34 62 115 172 93

391
1,598
1, 455
1, 639
1, 450
1, 249
2,095
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3 22 94 107 141 322 101

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Debarred from entering-Continued

- Period

Under
or year

Accom- 16 years
(ended

pany

of age
June Stow ing unac Crimi- Polyg.
30-) aways aliens com nals amists

(under panied
sec. 18) by

parent

An-
arch-
ists

With-
Aliens
Prosti-

out
who

proper
Sup procure or

Under Under
and

Ex-
aliens ported attempt to Unable pass provi- Under

pass

ceeded bring in to read by pro

port

port
coming

last
sions

quota, under
(over provi. Chinese proviso

act of
of
and

State
16 years sion,
im-

exclu- section

May 10, De-
prosti- females for of age) section
moral

sion 23

1921
any
3 law

part-
pur-

ment

regula-
tions

for any

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1902 to

1907.
1908
1909
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.
1914.
1915.
1916
1917.
1918,
1919...
1920.-
1921.
1922.-
1923.
1924.
1925

38
161

1 Prior to 1915 includes both mental and physical defects.

: Without proper visa at land ports 15,989, at seaports 2,618.

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Table 55.Permanent residents of contiguous foreign territory applying for temporary sojourn in the United States refused admission, fiscal

year ended June 30, 1925, by causes

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Irish
Japanese
Greek.
Hebrew
Italian (south)
French
Italian (north)
German.
Finnish.
English
East Indian.

Herzegovinian
Dutch and Flemish.
Cuban..-...
Armenian

(Czech).
Dalmatian, Bosnian, and

Montenegrin.
Croatian and Slovenian.
Bulgarian, Serbian, and
Bohemian and Moravian
African (black)

Chinese.io

Total

Race or people

117..
261..
105

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and causes TABLE 56.-Aliens deported to countries whence they came after entering the United States, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by race or people

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Number deported
Feeble-minded
Insanity
Epileptics
Constitutional psychopathic inferiority

Other mental conditions
e | Tuberculosis (contagious)
a 1 Other contagious diseases

| Pregnancy

Other physical conditions
Prostitutes, or inmates of houses of pros-

titution, and aliens coming for any im

moral purpose Supported by or received the proceeds of

prostitution, or connected with house of prostitution or other place habitually frequented by prostitutes Aliens who procured or attempted to bring in prostitutes or aliens for any immoral purpose, or assists, or protects prosti.

tutes from arrest Found in the U. S. after having been de

ported as a prostitute or a procurer or as having been connected with the business of prostitution or importation for

prostitution or other immoral purposes Anarchists, and violations under the act

of Oct. 16, 1918, as amended June 5, 1920
les | Criminals

Under narcotic act
Polygamists
Without proper visa under immigration

act of 1924
Under per centum limit act of 1921 (ex.

cess quota) Without passport under State Depart.

ment regulations Under passport provision of sec. 3, act of

1917 :: II Under Chinese exclusion act

Geographically excluded classes (natives

of that portion of Asia and islands adja. cent thereto described in sec. 3, act of

1917) Under last proviso of sec. 23, act of 1917;

and under sec. 17, immigration act of

1924
* Contract laborers

Unable to read (over 16 years of age)
Under 16 years of age, unaccompanied by

parent
Assisted aliens
Professional beggars and vagrants

Likely to become a public charge wis

Entered the United States within one year

of previous deportation Entered without inspection, or at a time

or place not designated by immigration oflicials. Deportation required within

three years i en ny Other causes

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Syrian
Turkish
Slovak
Spanish.
Other peoples
Scotch..
Russian.
Rumanian
Polish.
Portuguese.
Spanish American.
Magyar
Korean..
Lithuanian
West Indian (except Cuban).
Pacific Islander

Danes, and Swedes)..
Ruthenian (Russniak).
Scandinavian (Norwegians,

72

31

231
1,751 1 51 3.

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and causes-Continued TABLE 56.--Aliens deported to countries whence they came after entering the United States, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by race or people

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Feeble-minded Insanity

Epileptics ī Constitutional psychopathic inferiority

Other mental conditions Tuberculosis (contagious) Other contagious diseases

Pregnancy | Other physical conditions Prostitutes, or inmates of houses of pros

titution, and aliens coming for any im

moral purpose Supported by or received the proceeds of

prostitution, or connected with house of prostitution or other place habitually

frcquented by prostitutes Aliens who procured or attempted to bring

in prostitutes or aliens for any immoral purpose, or assists, or protects prosti

tutes from arrest Found in the U. S. after having been de

ported as a prostitute or a procurer or as having been connected with the business of prostitution or importation for

prostitution or other immoral purposes Anarchists, and violations under the act

of Oct. 16, 1918, as amended June 5, 1920 Criminals

Under narcotic act i Polygamists Without proper visa under immigration

act of 1924 Under per centum limit act of 1921 (ex

cess quota) Without passport under State Depart.

ment regulations Under passport provision of sec. 3, act of

1917 1 Under Chinese exclusion act Geographically excluded classes (natives

of that portion of Asia and islands adjacent thereto described in sec. 3, act of

1917) Under last proviso of sec. 23, act of 1917;

and under sec. 17, immigration act of

1924 Contract laborers Unable to read (over 16 years of age) Under 16 years of age, unaccompanied by

parent Assisted aliens Professional beggars and vagrants Likely to become a public charge

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Entered the United States within one year

of previous deportation Entered without inspection, or at a time or place not designated by immigration officials. Deportation required within

three years Other causes

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