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TABLE 59.-Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, fiscal year

ended June 30, 1927, by race or people

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Number granted treatment..
Diseases:

Trachoma.
Tinea tonsurans.
Uncinariasis.

Other diseases.
Result of treatment and disposition:

Cured and admitted..
Cured but not disposed of..
Still under treatment

Otherwise disposed of.
Length of treatment:

Under 1 month.
Under 2 months..
Under 4 months.
5 to 10 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...

89
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7 10

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TABLE 60.—Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, fiscal year

ended June 30, 1927, by ports

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TABLE 61. -Alien seamen deserted, ordered held on board vessel, escaped, removed

from vessel, certified for contagious disease, and removed to hospiial for treatment, as specified, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by districts

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TABLE 62.—Vessels boarded and alien seamen examined by immigration officers,

and United States citizens serving as seamen on vessels boarded, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by districts

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TABLE 63.—Comparison between alien arrivals and head-lax settlements, fiscal

year ended June 30, 1927 Immigrant aliens admitted.

335, 175 Noaimmigrant aliens admitted. Aliens debarred..

202, 826

19, 755 Aliens admitted from insular possessions or mainland ports. Aliens debarred from insular possessions.

4, 909

28 Admitted under general order No. 86.-

2, 767 Aliens died.

16 Erroneous head-tax settlements.

2, 606 Head-tax cases pending from last year..

55, 820 Exempt from head-tax payments, as follows:

623, 902 In transit (groups).

2, 389 Otner transits (includes 5,188 Chinese in transit

under bond across land territory of the United

States) ----
One-year residents of Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico,

49, 519
and Cuba, coming for a temporary stay--
Domiciled aliens returning --

7, 345
Government officials and consular passengers--

15, 383

5, 508 Aliens resideats of the Philippine or Virgin Islands..

1, 307
Alieas from Porto Rico and Hawaii, who reached said

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

1, 399
Aliens admitted to Porto Rico and Hawaii from main-
land..

2, 203
Under 16 years of age, accompanied by parents.

55, 729 Under general order No. 86.

467 Alien veterans..

4, 514 Exemptions on account of aliens debarred..

19, 422 Citizens erroneously manifested..

1, 879
Total.
Head-tax payments pending at close of year...

167, 064
46, 150

213, 214 Aliens on whom head-tax was paid.-Amount of head tax collected during the year..

1410, 688 $3, 285, 492

TABLE 64.-Japanese aliens applied for admission, admitted, debarred, deported,

and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1926, and 1927

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Applicants for admission..
Admitted...
Debarred from entry.
Deported after entry.
Departures...

4, 697
4,652

45

1, 132
1, 126

6

5, 527
5, 477

50

1,700

7

63 7, 751

58 8, 192

2,640

3,271

• Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens, and departures include both emigran and nonemigrant aliens. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, 27 Koreans were admitted to Hawaii' 1 was debarred, and 61 departed therefrom; 63 Koreans were admitted to continental United States, 3 were debarred, 4 were deported after entry, and 62 departed therefrom.

i Three aliens were taxed at $4 each, and 410,685 at $8 each.

TABLE 65.—Increase or decrease of Japanese population by alien admissions and

departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1926 and 1927, by months 1

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

* Figures for this month included with later month.

TABLE 66.---Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year

ended June 30, 1927

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TABLE 67.—Miscellaneous Chinese transactions, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927,

by ports

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Canadian bor

der stations Mexican border

stations 183 Hawaii

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1, 127 11, 544

160

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19 29 33 62 2026

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United States citizens (Chinese) admitted.

3, 176
54 116

1, 506 Alien Chinese admitted..

3, 117 113 9 11, 132 Alien Chinese debarred..

595 25 39 10 3 250 Chinese granted the privilege of transit in bond across land territory of the United States.

5, 188 1, 295 479

787 Chinese denied the privilege in transit in bond across land territory of the United States.

3 Chinese granted the privilege of transit by water.. 876 3

160 713 Chinese with return certificates departing: Laborers

151 4

408 Merchants.

171

169 Merchants' wives.

13

13 Students.

20

20 Teachers.

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1 Native born..

2, 824 329 110

1,070

1,054

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