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TABLE 64. — Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, fiscal year

ended June 30, 1925, by race or people

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Diseases:

Trachoma.
Tinea tonsurans.
Uncinariasis.

Other diseases.....
Result of treatment and disposition:

Cured and admitted.
Still under treatment.

Otherwise disposed of.
Length of treatment:

Under 1 month.
Under 2 months.
Under 4 months.
5 to 10 months.
10 to 20 months.
Still under treatment, length of

time not stated.
By whom expenses were paid:

Parent.
Husband.
Sell.
Relative.

Other.
Sex:

Male.

Female...
Age:

Under 16 years.
16 to 44 years.
45 years and over...,

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TABLE 65.— Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, fiscal year

ended June 30, 1925, by ports

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TABLE 66.- Deserting alien seamen, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by ports Total. 19, 710 | Tampa, Fla--

99 Pensacola, Fla.

69 New York, N. Y.

11, 218
Mobile, Ala..

167 Boston, Mass.. 470 New Orleans, La.

862 Philadelphia, Pa.. 2, 378 Galveston, Tex..

784 Baltimore, Md. 775 Port Arthur, Tex...

151 Portland, Me 258 Gulfport, Miss.

73 New Bedford, Mass. 3 Pascagoula, Miss.

2 Providence, R. I. 189 San Francisco, Calif.

185 Gloucester, Mass 9 Portland, Oreg

100 Norfolk, Va.. 793 Seattle, Wash.

98 Charleston, S. C..

209 Los Angeles, Calif. (district). 219 Savannah, Ga... 102 Great Lakes ports.

37 Miami, Fla... 16 Hawaii..

4 Other Atlantic ports. 393 Porto Rico.--

47 TABLE 67.— Alien stowaways found on board vessels arriving at ports of the United

States, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by ports
Total...
1, 907 | Tampa, Fla.:

19 New York, N. Y.

929
Pensacola, Fla.

11 Boston, Mass.

105
Mobile, Ala..

18 Philadelphia, Pa..

123
New Orleans, La-

204 Baltimore, Md.

57
Galveston, Tex..

52 Portland, Me.

2
Other Gulf ports.

18 Providence, R. I. 3 San Francisco, Calif.

15 Norfolk, Vá----

87
Portland, Oreg.

9 Charleston, S. C.

12
Seattle, Wash

48 Savannah, Ga..

36

Los Angeles, Calif. (district). 56 Miami, Fla.

3
Great Lakes ports.

1 Key West, Fla.

25
Hawaii.--

11 Other Atlantic ports..

57
Porto Rico

6 TABLE 68.-Comparison between alien arrivals and head-tax settlements, fisca

year ended June 30, 1925 Immigrant aliens admitted from foreign ports.--

294, 314 Nonimmigrant aliens admitted from foreign ports.

164, 121 Aliens debarred from foreign ports--

25, 390 Aliens admitted from insular possessions or mainland ports.

4, 040 Aliens debarred from insular possessions.

72 Aliens died (from foreign ports).

24 Erroneous head-tax settlements..

1, 777 Head-tax cases pending from last year.

98, 878 Exempt from head-tax payments, as follows:

588, 616 In transit (groups)-

1, 351 Other transits (includes 6,331 Chinese in transit under

bond across land territory of the United States)--- 34, 973 One-year residents of Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, and Cuba, coming for a temporary stay

7, 531 Domiciled aliens returning -

16, 680 Govertiment officials and consular passengers -

5, 271 Alien residents of the Philippine or Virgin Islands--- 967 Aliens from Porto Rico and Hawaii, who reached said

islands prior to July 1, 1907, or subsequent to May
1, 1917

1, 150
Aliens admitted to Porto Rico and Hawaii from main-
land ports.-

1, 722 Under 16 years of age, accompanied by parents. 55, 663 Exemptions on account of aliens debarred.

28, 912 Citizens erroneously manifested....

1, 545 Total...

155, 765 Head-tax payments pending at close of year..

54, 704

210, 469 Aliens on whom head tax was paid...

1 378, 147 Amount of head tax collected during the year..

$3, 024, 920 Sixty-four aliens were taxed $4 each and 378,083 at $8 each.

TABLE 69.Japanese aliens applied for admission, admitted, debarred, deported, and

departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925 1

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1 Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens and departures include both emigrant and nonemigrant aliens.

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, 28 Koreans were admitted in Hawaii, 1 was deported, and 36 departed therefrom; 26 Koreans were admitted in continental United States, 1 was de barred, and 32 departed therefrom.

Table 70.-Increase or decrease of Japanese population by alien admissions and

departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by months 1

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July.
August.
September
October
November
December
January.
February
March
April.
May
June.

192 148 290 283 253 201 159

548 529 598

605 1,013

813 605 238 419 990 475 432

--356 - 381 -308 -322 -760 -612 -446 -60 -47 --550 - 118 -83

85
98
12

55 276 207 180 113 81 66 42 300 267 216 200

+117 -213 -153 - 130 -28 +17 -54 +52 -211 -191 167

178

372 440 357 349

89 76 49 123

Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens and departures include both emigrant and nonemigrant aliens.

: Figures for this month included with later month.

TABLE 71.-Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year ended

June 30, 1925

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Machinists..
Mariners.
Mechanics (not speci-

fied).
Milliners..
Miners..
Painters and glaziers..
Photographers.
Plasterers..
Plumbers.
Printers.
Seamstresses.
Shoemakers..
Tailors...
Watch and clock makers
Other skilled..

3

31
28

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5 297 75

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116
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Actors..
Architects.
Clergy.
Editors.
Electricians...
Engineers (professional).
Lawyers..
Literary and scientific

persons.
Musicians.
Officials (Government).
Physicians...
Sculptors and artists.
Teachers....
Other professional..

Total skilled......
Bakers...
Barbers and hairdress-

ers..
Blacksmiths.
Butchers..
Cabinetmakers.
Carpenters and joiners.
Clerks and accountants.
Dressmakers..
Engineers (locomotive,
marine, and station-

ary) Gardeners. Hatand

сар

makers. Jewelers.

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TABLE 72.Miscellaneous Chinese transactions, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925,

by ports

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United States citizens (Chinese) admitted.

3,023 112131 Alien Chinese admitted.

3, 220 111 17 Alien Chinese debarred.

673 132 56 Chinese granted the privilege of transit in bond

across land territory of the United States.. 6, 331 1, 288
Chinese denied the privilege of transit in bond
across land territory of the United States.

15 Chinese granted the privilege of transit by water 884

35 Chinese with return certificates departing: Laborers.

1, 134

117 12 Merchants.

139

4 Merchants' wives.

16

1 Merchants' minor children.

5

2 Students.

22 Teachers.

37 Native born..

2, 439 292 133

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Table 73.-- Aliens admitted to continental United States from insular United

States, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925, by ports

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All ports.....
Now York, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Pa..
Baltimore, Md.
Newport News, Va..
Norfolk, Va...
Charleston, S. C.
Jacksonville, Fla...
Tampa, Fla....
Mobile, Ala..
New Orleans, La..
Galveston, Tex.
San Francisco, Calif..
Portland, Oreg..
Seattle, Wash
Canadian Pacific.
Mexican border.

4,884 26, 455 2,623 1,957 2,314 2, 9782, 199 26, 217 13,531 2, 174 1, 488 43, 410
1, 442 8, 340 1,094 9471, 112 1,054 917 13 13, 407 6 1, 481 14, 906
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9 3,399 16,023 1,384 906 966 1, 574 866 23, 870

1, 245

3 25, 118 6 3 2 6

1 11 30 708 14 26 22 36 21 132

725

857 9 1,282 126 77 48 51 39 1,441

191

1,632 10 1 152 258 334 753

2

755

969 aliens were admitted to Hawaii and 753 to Porto Rico from continental United States; 1 alien to Hawaii from the Philippine Islands; and 118 to Porto Rico from the Virgin Islands, during the fiscal year 1925.

Table 74.- Arrivals in and departures from the Philippine Islands, fiscal year ended

June 30, 1925, by classes, as specified

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