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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSIONER GENERAL 
OF IMMIGRATION - - 1925 



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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

JAMES J. DAVIS, Secretary 

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION 

HARRY E. HULL, Commissioner General 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

COMMISSIONER GENERAL 
OF IMMIGRATION 

TO THE SECRETARY OF LABOR 

I 

FISCAL YEAR 
ENDED JUNE 30 



1925 




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1925 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration 1 

Immigration act of 1924 2 

Numerical limitations under the immigration act of 1924 5 

Statistical r^sum^ 5 

Sources of immigration 7 

Rejection at port of arrival 8 

Deportation after landing 9 

Petitions by American citizens for the issuance of immigration visas 

to alien relatives 10 

Applications by alien residents for permits to reenter the United 

States 10 

Students - 11 

Administrative fines 12 

Illegal entry of aliens 1 12 

Border patrol 14 

Canadian border 17 

Mexican border 19 

Alien seamen 21 

Admission of aliens ' ' ineligible to citizenship " 22: 

.Financial statement 25 

Legislative changes recommended 26 

Personnel 29 

APPENDIX— STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION (Tables 1 to 75) 

(All tables cover the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, unless otherwise indicated) 
Table 

1. Aliens admitted, departed, debarred, and deported, and United States 

citizens arrived and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 
1925, by ports 33 

2. Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 

aHens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1922, 1923, 1924, and 1925, by 
semiannual periods and months 35 

3. Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 

aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by countries 36 

4. Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 

aliens, by race or people, sex, and age periods 39 

5. Intended future permanent residence of aliens admitted and last 

permanent residence of aliens departed, by States and Territories. _ 40 

6. Occupations of aliens admitted and departed, by classes 41 

7. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, age, conjugal condition, 

money shown, who paid passage, and whom going to join 42 

8. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, sex, and age 44 

9. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, sex, and conjugal 

I condition 45 

10. Nonimmigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, age, conjugal condi- 

tion, money shown, who paid passage, and whom going to join 46 

11. Literacy condition of immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people 

and sex 48 

12. Literacy condition of nonimmigrant aliens admitted, by race or 

people and sex 49 

13. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, age, conjugal condition, 

and length of residence in the United States 50 

14. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, sex, and age 51 

15. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, sex, and conjugal 

. . conditions 52 

III 



IV CONTENTS 

Table Page 

16. Nonemigrant aliens departed, by race or people, age, conjugal 

condition, and length of residence in the United States 53 

17. Naturalized citizens permanently departed, by race or people, sex, 

age, conjugal condition, and length of residence in the United 
States 54 

18. Native-born citizens permanently departed, by race or people, sex, 

age, conjugal condition, and length of residence in the United 
States 55 

19. Aliens admitted and departed, and United States citizens permanently 

departed, by classes, age, sex, and conjugal condition 56 

20. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, and countries of last 

permanent residence and sex 58 

21. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, and countries of intended 

future permanent residence and sex 64 

22. Naturalized citizens permanently departed, by race or people, and 

countries of intended future permanent residence 70 

23. Native-born citizens permanently departed, by race or people, and 

countries of intended future permanent residence 73 

24. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, and States of intended 

future permanent residence 74 

25. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, and States of last per- 

manent residence 77 

26. Naturalized citizens permanently departed, bj' race or people, and 

States of last permanent residence 80 

27. Native-born citizens permanently departed, by race or people, and 

States of last permanent residence 82 

28. Immigrant aliens admitted, by ports of entry and States of intended 

future permanent residence 83 

29. Immigrant aliens admitted, by occupations and race or people 86 

30. Emigrant aliens departed, by occupations and race or people 90 

31. Naturalized citizens permanently departed, by occupations and race 

or people ^ 94 

32. Native-born citizens permanently departed, by occupations and race 

or people 96 

33. Immigrant aliens admitted, by occupations and countries of last 

permanent residence 97 

34. Emigrant aliens departed, by occupations and countries of intended 

future permanent residence 104 

35. Immigrant aliens admitted, by occupations and States of intended 

future permanent residence 110 

36. Emigrant aliens departed, by occupations and States of last permanent 

residence 116 

37. Immigrant aliens admitted during specified periods, January 1, 1924, 

to June 30, 1925, by race or people and sex 122 

38. Nonimmigrant aliens admitted during specified periods, January 1, 

1924, to June 30, 1925, by race or people and sex 123 

39. Emigrant aliens departed during specified periods, January 1, 1924, 

to June 30, 1925, by race or people and sex 124 

40. Nonemigrant aliens departed during specified periods, January 1, 1924, 

to June 30, 1925, by race or people and sex 125 

41. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1899 to 1925, 

by race or people 126 

42. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925, by 

race or people 128 

43. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1899 to 1925, 

bjr countries of last permanent residence 130 

44. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925, 

by countries of intended future permanent residence 134 

45. Nonimmigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 

1925, by principal countries of last permanent residence 136 

46. Nonemigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 

1925, by principal countries of intended future permanent residence. 136 

47. United States citizens permanently departed, fiscal years ended June 

30, 1918 to 1925, by principal countries of intended future perma- 
nent residence 137 



CONTENTS V 

Table Page 

48. Net increase of population, bv admission and departure of aliens, 

fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925 137 

49. Total immigration, 1820 to 1925 138 

60. Aliens admitted, by country or area of birth and classes, as specified. 139 

51. Aliens admitted, by race or people and classes, as specified 144 

52. Immigration quotas allotted and visas granted under the immigration 

act of 1924, by nationality, showing number of aliens admitted and 
charged against such quotas, by country or area of birth 146 

53. Aliens debarred from entering the United States, by race or people, 

causes, and sex 152 

54. Aliens debarred and deported, by causes, 1892 to 1925 156 

55. Permanent residents of contiguous foreign territory applying for 

temporary sojourn in the United States refused admission, by 
causes 158 

56. Aliens deported to countries whence they came after entering the 

United States, by race or people and causes 159 

57. Aliens deported after entering the United States, by race or people 

and countries to which deported, as specified 161 

58. Aliens certified by surgeons as physically or mentally defective, show- 

ing sex, age, class of defect, and disposition, by race or people 164 

59. Aliens certified by surgeons as physically or mentally defective, 

showing sex, age, class of defect, and disposition, by diseases or 
defects 166 

60. Aliens certified by surgeons as physically or mentally defective, 

showing organ or portion of body affected, by diseases or defects, 168 

61. Aliens certified by surgeons as physically or mentally defective, by 

diseases or defects and race or people 170 

62. Appeals from decisions lender immigration law, applications for 

admission on bond without appeal, applications for hospital treat- 
ment, and applications for transit, by causes 174 

63. Appeals from decisions under immigration law, applications for 

admission on bond, without appeal, applications for hospital treat- 
ment, and applications for transit, by ports 175 

64. Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, by race 

or people 176 

65. Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, by ports, 176 

66. Deserting alien seamen, by ports 177 

67. Alien stowaways found on board vessels arriving at ports of the 

United States, by ports 177 

68. Comparison between alien arrivals and head-tax settlements 177 

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

and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925 178 

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

departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by months.. 178 

71. Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed 179 

72. Miscellaneous Chinese transactions, by ports 179 

73. Aliens admitted to continental United States from insular United 

States, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925, by ports 180 

74. Arrivals in and departures from the Philippine Islands, by classes, as 

specified 180 

75. Aliens admitted to and aliens departed, debarred, and deported from 

the Philippine Islands, by classes, as specified 181 



REPORT 

OF THE 

COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Department of Labor, 
Bureau of Immigration, 

Washington, June 30, 1925. 
Hon. James J. Davis, 

Secretary of Lalor. 

Sir: In placing before you this report of immigration activities for 
the fiscal year 1925, I feel that I enjoy a peculiar privilege, because I 
believe that the achievements of the 12 months just passed have 
been greater than during any similar period heretofore. For the 
first time since immigration became a Federal question its regulation 
is now on a satisfactory and permanent basis from a legislative and 
administrative standpoint. For the first time in the history of the 
United States we have a well-rounded and a well-considered set of 
laws relating to immigration, which, while not shutting us off from a 
reasonable contribution of Old-World peoples, are at the same tijne 
responsive to the demand of the Amxerican people for an effective 
immigration control. I wish, therefore, first of all to assure you of 
my emphatic indorsement of the immigration policy of the present 
administration. I feel certain that if any legislative changes are 
still required they will be simply amendatory in nature and not in 
any sense radical, because we now have the essential legislative 
machinery to secure a proper standard of immigration as well as to 
keep the volume of such immigration within proper limits. 

The most significant contributions to the situation are the inaugura- 
tion of the practice of issuing immigration visas abroad in connection 
with the new immigration quotas provided by the immigration act 
of May 26, 1924, which became effective contemxporaneousTy with the 
period covered by this report, and the successful formation of the 
land border patrol. We have thus had one complete year's experi- 
ence with both these measures; and it is not too much to say, with 
reference to the former, that in no previous year has so even and 
regular a volume of immigrant travel come to our ports nor has such 
travel ever before been so carefully and consistently inspected by 
Government officers. In no similar period has immigration been of 
such a high order, as shown by the small percentage of rejections; 
and this, too, under inspection methods of increased effectiveness 
made possible by the even flow of travel. ' In no similar period has 
there been the same freedom from complaint on the part of steamship 
companies and the traveling public. Success along these lines has 
been due, perhaps more than to anything else, to the distribution of 
the quotas over a ten-month period of the fiscal year, enabling the 
inspection force already available to put forth its efforts most efiec- 
tively, and at the same time humanely. The immigration act of 1924 
.is rightly termed a "law with a heart." There is no more midnight 
racing of immigrant-laden steamers to our harbors; no more conges- 



2 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

tion of aliens in over-crowded quarters awaiting inspection at ports 
of arrival; no excuse for hasty or cursory inspection of aliens, or harsh 
and summary treatment thai might result from the efforts of inspec- 
tors to facilitate travel and relieve congestion at ports of entry. The 
service is to be congratulated upon having had an opportunity to 
vindicate itself of the charge heretofore made by certain interests 
that, in its administration of the law, it did not take the human ele- 
ment properly into account. 

Regardless of what may be the sentiment for or against restriction, 
no one can deny that, in making provision for consular officers to 
deny visas to aliens of the clearly inadmissible classes. Congress has 
done much to ameliorate the hardships which naturally flow from 
any restrictive immigration policy. In this connection reference is 
had to section 2, paragraphs (a) and (f), of the immigration act of 
1924, which, for the sake of convenience, are quoted below: 

IMMIGRATION VISAS 

Sec. 2. (a) A consular officer upon the application of any immigrant (as 
defined in section 3) may (under the conditions hereinafter prescribed and sub- 
ject to the limitations prescribed in this act or regulations made thereunder as 
to the number of immigration visas which may be issued by such officer) issue to 
such immigrant an immigration visa which shall consist of one copy of the appli- 
cation provided for in section 7, visaed by such consular officer. Such visa shall 
specify (1) the nationality of the immigrant; (2) whether he is a quota immigrant 
(as defined in section 5) or a non-quota immigrant (as defined in section 4); (3) 
the date on which the validity of the immigration visa shall expire; and (4) such 
additional information necessary to the proper enforcement of the immigration 
laws and the naturalization laws as may be by regulations prescribed. 

(f) No immigration visa shall be issued to an immigrant if it appears to the 
consular officer, from statements in the application, or in the papers submitted 
therewith, that the immigrant is inadmissible to the United States under the 
immigration laws, nor shall such immigration visa be issued if the application 
fails to comply with the provisions of this act, nor shall such immigration visa be 
issued if the consular officer knows or has reason to believe that the immigrant 
is inadmissible to the United States under the immigration laws. 

As a consequence of these provisions only 1.6 per cent of the total 
number of aliens applying at our seaports during the past year were 
turned back, and represented among those refused admission were 
many whom the steamship lines had accepted as passengers without 
their having secured the necessary or proper papers and aliens who 
arrived as stowaways. To state it differently, approximately 4 out of 
every 1,000 holding proper immigration visas were excluded. The 
writer is sanguine that the plan which you have so strongly advocated, 
of stationing experienced immigration officere at the various consu- 
lates as technical advisers, will meet with universal approval by the 
respective foreign governments, and that eventually tiie harrowing 
scenes which so often have attended the rejection of aliens at our 
portals no longer will be witnessed. Perhaps the hardships con- 
nected with the enforcement of our immigration laws never can be 
entirely avoided, since in their application to individual men and 
women they frequently dissipate the most cherished ambitions, but 
these hardships can be minimized; and in this endeavor the cooper- 
ation of the Governments to which the prospective immigrants bear 
allegiance may be hopefully anticipated. 

IMMIGRATION ACT OF 1924 

During the fiscal year covered by this report a grand total of 
458,435 aliens were examined and admitted, formal record being made 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 3 

thereof, under the munigration laws. It will be observed from the 
following table that of this number over 60,000 were of the non- 
immigrant class (that is, entering the country with a temporary 
status) and that more than 64,000 were aliens of the returning resi- 
dent class. A significant figure included in the above is that covering 
aliens born in adjoining territory, the total running to more than 
175,000. These aliens, with their wives and children, are not charge- 
able to any quota. In other words, of the grand total of aliens ad- 
mitted with formal record, as above set forth, 311,115 were not 
chargeable to quotas, being of the nonimmigrant or nonquota classes. 
This figure is notable as showing the latitude provided by the present 
immigration laws for the admission of the temporary classes of alien 
travel and aliens coming for permanent stay from adjoining territory. 
While the quotas in operation for the last year made possible the 
admission of 164,667 aliens, the number of quota immigrants actually 
admitted was 145,971, showing that the possibilities of admission 
afforded by the act of 1924 were not fully utilized. Tables herein- 
after presented go into further analysis of the particular races and 
nationalities for quota purposes represented by the total of quota immi- 
grants mentioned. Included within the grand total of aliens first cited 
above were 1,349 aliens who arrived during the previous fiscal year and 
whose cases were disposed of during the period covered by this report. 

ALIENS ADMITTED UNDER THE IMMIGRATION ACT OF 1924, FISCAL YEAR ENDED 
JUNE 30, 1925, BY CLASSES 

Classes 
Nonimmigrants under section 3: admitted 

(1) Government officials, their families, attendants, servants, and 

employees 1, 950 

(2) Temporary visitors for — - 

Business 14, 461 

Pleasure 20, 865 

(3) In continuous transit through the United States 22, 697 

(6) To carry on trade under and in pursuance of the provisions of a 

present existing treaty of commerce and navigation 230 

Total nonimmigrant aliens 60, 203 

Nonquota immigrants under section 4: 

(a) Wives of United States citizens i 4, 171 

(a) Children of United States citizens i 3, 046 

(b) Aliens previouslj' lawfully admitted to the United States re- 

turning from a temporary visit abroad 64, 632 

(c) Aliens born in the Dominion of Canada, Newfoundland, the 

Bepublic of Mexico, the Republic of Cuba, the Republic of 
Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Canal Zone, or an in- 
dependent country of Central or South America 175, 069 

Their wives i 623 

Their children i 173 

(d) Ministers of religious denominations 694 

Their wives i 295 

Their children i 486 

(d) Professors of colleges, academies, seminaries, or universities-- 187 

Their wives i 49 

Their children i 25 

(e) Students 1, 462 

Total nonquota immigrant aliens 250, 912 

Total nonimmigrant and nonquota aliens (not charged 

to quota) 311, 115 

Quota immigrants under section 5 (charged to quota) 145, 971 

Grand total admitted under the act 457, 086 

1 Wives, and unmarried children under 18 years of age, born in quota countries. 
65759— 25t 2 



4 EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

By reference to the foregoing table it will be observed that aliens 
are divided into three general classifications. 

The reasons for this will be found in the following excerpts from the 
act: 

NON-IMMIGRANTS 

Sec. 3. When used in this act tlie term "immigrant" means any alien depart- 
ing from any place outside the United States destined for the United States, 
except (1) a Government official, his family, attendants, servants, and employees, 
(2) an alien visiting the United States temporarily as a tourist or temporarily for 
business or pleasure, (3) an alien in continuous transit through the United States, 

(4) an alien lawfully admitted to the United States who later goes in transit from 
one part of the United States to another through foreign contiguous territory, 

(5) a bona fide alien seaman serving as such on a vessel arriving at a port of the 
United States and seeking to enter temporarily the United States solely in the 
pursuit of his calling as a seaman, and (6) an alien entitled to enter the United 
States solely to carry on trade under and in pursuance of the provisions of a 
present existing treaty of commerce and navigation. 

NON-QUOTA IMMIGRANTS 

Sec. 4. When used in this act the term "non-quota immigrant" means — 

(a) An immigrant who is the unmarried child under 18 years of age, or the 
wife, of a citizen of the United States who resides therein at the time of the filing 
of a petition under section 9; 

(b) An immigrant previously lawfully admitted to the United States, who is 
returning from a temporary visit abroad; 

(c) An immigrant who was born in the Dominion of Canada, Newfoundland, 
the Repubhc of Mexico, the Republic of Cuba, the Republic of Haiti, the Domini- 
can Republic, the Canal Zone, or an independent country of Central or South 
America, and his wife, and his unmarried children under 18 years of age, if accom- 
panying or following to join him; 

(d) An immigrant who continuously for at least two years immediately pre- 
ceding the time of his application for admission to the United States has been, 
and who seeks to enter the United States solely for the purpose of, carrying on 
the vocation of minister of any religious denomination, or professor of a college, 
academy, seminary, or university; and his wife, and his unmarried children 
under 18 years of age, if accompanying or following to join him; or 

(e) An immigrant who is a bona fide student at least 15 years of age and who 
seeks to enter the United States solely for the purpose of studj^ at an accredited 
school, college, academy, seminary, or university, particularly designated by 
him and approved by the Secretary of Labor, which shall have agreed to report 
to the Secretary of Labor the termination of attendance of each immigrant 
student, and if any such institution of learning fails to make such reports promptly 
the apjDroval shall be withdrawn. 

QUOTA IMMIGRANTS 

Sec. 5. When used in this act the term "quota immigrant" means any immi- 
grant who is not a non-quota immigrant. An alien who is not particularly 
specified in this act as a non-quota immigrant or a nonimmigrant shall not be 
admitted as a non-quota immigrant or a nonimmigrant by reason of relationship 
to anj' individual who is so specified or by reason of being excepted from the 
operation of any other law regulating or forbidding immigration. 

Thus it will be seen that with the possible exception of " Govern- 
ment officials, their families, attendants, servants, and employees" 
those comprehended within classification 1 are aliens who enter for 
temporary purposes only, while those included in classification 2 for 
the most part represent aliens of the immigrant class although not 
chargeable to quotas. Classification 3 represents aliens of the 
immigrant class chargeable to quotas. 



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Numerical limitations under immigration act of 1924. 
Section 11 provides: 

NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 

Sec. 11. (a) The annual quota of any nationality shall be 2 per centum of 
the number of foreign-born individuals of such nationalitj' resident in continental 
United States as determined bj' the United States census of 1890, but the mini- 
mum quota of any nationality shall be 100. 

(b) The annual quota of any nationality for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 
1927, and for each fiscal j'ear thereafter, shall be a number which bears the same 
ratio to 150,000 as the number of inhabitants in continental United States in 
1920 having that national origin (ascertained as hereinafter provided in this 
section) bears to the number of inhabitants in continental United States in 
1920, but the minimum quota of any nationality shall be 100. 

(c) For the purpose of subdivision (b) national origin shall be ascertained by 
determining as nearly as may be, in respect of each geographical area which under 
section 12 is to be treated as a separate country (except the geographical areas 
specified in subdivision (c) of section 4) the number of inhabitants in continental 
United States in 1920 whose origin by birth or ancestry is attributable to such 
geographical area. Such determination shall not be made by tracing the an- 
cestors or descendants of particular individuals, but shall be based upon statistics 
of immigration and emigration, together with rates of increase of population 
as shown by successive decennial United States censuses, and such other data 
as may be found to be reliable. 

(d) For the purpose of subdivisions (b) and (c) the term "inhabitants in 
continental United States in 1920" does not include (1) immigrants from the 
geographical areas specified in subdivision (c) of section 4 or their descendants, 
(2) aliens ineligible to citizenship or their descendants, (3) the descendants of 
slave immigrants, or (4) the descendants of American aborigines. 

(e) The determination provided for in subdivision (c) of this section shall be 
made by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Commerce, and the Secretary 
of Labor, jointly. In making such determination such officials may call for 
information and expert assistance from the Bureau of the Census. Such oflScials 
shall, jointly, report to the President the quota of each nationality, determined as 
provided in subdivision (b), and the President shall proclaim and make known 
the quotas so reported. Such proclamation shall be made on or before April 1, 
1927. If the proclamation is not made on or before such date, quotas proclaimed 
therein shall not be in effect for any fiscal year beginning before the expiration 
of 90 days after the date of the proclamation. After the making of a proclama- 
tion under this subdivision the quotas proclaimed therein shall continue with 
the same effect as if specifically stated herein, and shall be final and conclusive 
for every purpose except (1) in so far as it is made to appear to the satisfaction 
of such officials and proclaimed b}' the President, that an error of fact has oc- 
curred in such determination or in such proclamation, or (2) in the case provided 
for in subdivision (c) of section 12. If for any reason quotas proclaimed under 
this subdivision are not in effect for any fiscal year, cjuotas for such year shall be 
determined under subdivision (a) of this section. 

(f) There shall be issued to quota immigrants of any nationality (1) no more 
immigration visas in any fiscal year than the quota for such nationality, and 
(2) in any calendar month of any fiscal year no more immigration visas than 10 
per centum of the quota for such nationality, except that if such quota is less 
than .300 the number to be issued in anj^ calendar month shall be prescribed by 
the Commissioner General, with the approval of the Secretarv of Labor, but 
the total number to be issued during the fiscal year shall not be in excess of the 
quota for such nationality. 

(g) Nothing in this act shall prevent the issuance (without increasing the 
total number of immigration visas which may be issued) of an immigration visa 
to an immigrant as a quota immigrant even though he is a non-quota immigrant. 

STATISTICAL RESUME 

The following table shows the immigration quotas allotted to 
specified countries or regions, number of im.migration visas issued, 
and number of aliens admitted and charged against such quota 
allotments. 



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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Immigration quotas according to nationality proclaimed in pursuance of the immi- 
gration act of 1924, number of immigration visas granted, and number of aliens 
admitted and charged against such quotas, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925 

[The immigration Quotas iissigned to the various countries and quota areas should not be regarded as 
having any political significance whatever, or as involving recognition of new Governments, or of new 
boundaries, or of transfers of territory except as the United States Government has already made such 
recognition in a formal and official manner.] 



Country or area 



'Afghanistan 

Al bania. 

Andorra... 

Arabian Peninsula ', 2 

Armenia... 

Australia, including 
Papua, Tasmania, and 
islands appertaining to 

Australia s, 6 

Austria 

Belgium 3 

"Bhutan 

Bulgaria 

Cameroon (proposed 

British mandate; 

Cameroon (J'rench man- 
date) - 

* China 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig, Free City of 

Denmark 3, < 

Egypt 

Esthonia.. 

Ethiopia (Abyssinia) 

Finland 

France ',^< 

Germany 

Great Britain and North- 
ern Ireland ',3,^5 

Greece.. 

Hungary... 

Iceland 

*India 5 

Iraq (Mesopotamia) 

Irish Free State ^ 

Italy, including Rhodes, 
Dodekanesia, and Cas- 

tellorizzos 

•Japan 

Latvia 

Liberia 

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania 

Luxemburg 

Monaco... 

Morocco (French and 
Spanish Zones and 

Tangier) 

•Muscat' (Oman) 



Annual 
quota 


Visas 
granted 


Num- 
ber ad- 
mitted 


100 
100 






7(i 


67 


100 
100 






1 


1 


124 


56 


47 


121 


121 


118 


785 


785 


761 


512 


512 


505 


100 
100 






100 


89 


100 
100 






3 




100 


100 


99 


3,073 


2,966 


2,556 


228 


228 


212 


2,789 


2,789 


2,523 


100 


100 


77 


124 


124 


113 


100 
471 






471 


466 


3,954 


3,951 


3,481 


51, 227 


51, 227 


45, 760 


34, 007 


34,007 


30, 461 


100 


98 


95 


473 


367 


357 


100 


78 


64 


100 


73 


58 


100 


28 


21 


28, 567 


28, 567 


27, 112 


3,845 


2,690 


2,662 


100 


5 


5 


142 


142 


127 


100 
100 






27 


12 


344 


344 


332 


100 


100 


98 


100 


3 


3 


100 


17 


15 


100 











Country or area 



Nauru (proposed British 

mandate)^ ..- 

•Nepal 

Netherlands ',^* 

New Zealand (including 
appertaining islands)^^. 

Norway ^ 

•New Guinea and other 
Pacific islands under 
proposed Australian 
mandate ^. _ 

Palestine (with Trans- 
Jordan, proposed 
British mandate) 

Persia ' 

Poland 

Portugal ',3 

Ruanda and Urundi 
(Belgium mandate) 

Rumania _.. 

Russia, European and 
Asiatic ' 

Samoa, Western ^ (pro- 
posed mandate of New 
Zealand) 

San Marino 

'Siam 

South Africa, Union of 5.. 

South West Africa (pro- 
posed mandate of 
Union of South Africa). 

Spain 3 

Sweden... 

Switzerland 

Syria and The Lebanon 
(French mandate) 

Tanganyika (proposed 
British mandate) 

T o g o 1 a n d (proposed 
British mandate) 

Togoland (proposed 
French mandate) 

Turkey... 

•Yap and other Pacific 
islands (under Japanese 
mandate) '. 

Jugoslavia. 



Total ..Ii64,067 1160,567 



Annual 
quota 



100 

100 

1,648 

100 
6,453 



100 

100 

5,982 

503 

100 
603 

2,248 



Visas 
granted 



1,648 



100 
6,453 



100 

lOJ 

5,982 

503 



603 
2,248 



100 4 

100 27 

100 ! 

100 97 



100 

131 

9,561 

2,081 

100 

100 

100 

100 
100 



100 
671 



1 

131 

9,561 

2,081 

94 



568 



Num- 
ber ad- 
mitted 



1,500 



94 
6,118 



61 

76 

4,873 

474 



595 
2,141 



1 

127 

8,961 

1,868 

83 



145, 971 



5( 



It 



"For each of the countries indicated by an asterisk (•) is established a nominal quota according to the 
minimum fixed bylaw. These nomin«al quotas, as in the case of ail (luotas hereby established, are availalile 
only for persons born within the rcvspective countries who are eligible to citizenship in the United States 
and admissible under the immigration laws of the United Stales. 

' (a) Persons born in the portions of Persia, Kussia, or the Arabian Peninsula situated within the barred 
zone, and who are admissible unde* the inimigratiou laws of the United Stales as tiiiota ininiigrants, will 
be charged to the quotas of these countries; and (b) persons born in the colonies, dependencies, or protec- 
torates, or portions thereof, within the barred zone of France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, or Portugal 
who are admissible under the immigration laws of thel'nited States as quota immigrants, will be charged 
to the quota of the country to which such colony or dependency belongs or by which it is administered as 
a protectorate. 

' The quota area denominated "Arabian Peninsula" consists of all territory of that peninsula southeast 
of Irati. Palestine, with trans-Jordan, and Egypt, except Muscat and -Vden. 

' Quota immigrants eligible to citizenship in the United States born in a colony, dependency, or protec- 
torate of any country to which a quota applies will be charged to the quota of that country. 

* In contrast with the law of 1921, the immigration act of 19i.'l provides that persons born in the colonies 
or dependencies of European countries situated in Central America, Soulli .Vnierica, or the islands adja- 
cent to the -Vmerican continents (except Newfoundland and islands pertaining to Newfoundland, Labra- 
dor, and Canada), will be charged to the (juota of the country to wliich such colony or ilependency belongs. 

' Quota immigrants born in the Britisli self-governing dominions or in the Kmpire of India will be 
charged to the appropriate (luiita rather than to tliat of Great Britain and northern Ireland. There are 
no quota restrictions for Canada and Newfoutidlaiid. 

' As shown on chart No. I2()2a, Ilydrograpliic OITice, U. S. Navy Department. 



REPORT OF THE C0MMISSI0NP:R GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 7 

The quota allotments for practically all the large countries were 
exhausted, and were greatly exceeded by the number of applicants, as 
indicated by reports received from American consular officers. That 
in some instances the number of visas issued is in excess of the 
number of aliens admitted is accounted for by the fact that visas are 
valid for use at any time within four months after their issuance; also, 
if an alien to whom an immigration visa is issued is excluded from 
admission, or does not apply for admission before the expiration of 
the validity of the visa, or if an alien having an immigration visa 
issued to him as a cmota immigrant is found not to be a cjuota immi- 
grant, no additional immigration visa may be issued in lieu thereof 
to any other immigrant. 

The immigration cjuotas allotted to specified areas, the number of 
immigration visas issued, and the number of aliens admitted and 
charged against such quotas are shown in the following table : 



Area 


Annual quota 


Immigration visas 


Aliens admitted 


Number 
allotted 


Per cent 
of total _ 


Number 
granted 


Per cent 
of allot- 
ment 


Number 


Per cent 
of allot- 
ment 




140, 999 
21,847 

1,821 


85.6 
13.3 

1.1 


140, 974 
19, 140 

443 


99.9 
87.6 

24.3 


128,452 
17, 116 

403 


91 1 


.Southern and eastern Europe and Asia 

Africa, Australia, and New Zealand and 


78..? 
22. I 


Total 




164, 667 


100.0 


160, 557 


97.5 


145, 971 


88 6 







As previously stated, 458,435 aliens were admitted during that 
year. Included in this total are 294,314 immigrant aliens and 
164,121 nonimmigrant aliens. The total number of aliens departing 
was 225,490, of which number 92,728 were emigrant aliens and 
132,762 nonemigrant aliens; therefore the excess of admission over 
departure was 232,945 aliens, which represents the net gain in alien 
population for the year, as compared with a net increase for the pre- 
vious year of 662,557, and 472,820 for the fiscal year 1923. 

For the three preceding years during which the act of May 19, 1921, 
was in force, monthly quotas were fixed at 20 per cent of the annual 
quotas of the respective nationalities and were reckoned as of the 
time of the alien's arrival at a port of entry. Under this act it was 
possible to exhaust the entire annual quota within the first five 
months, and several of the quotas were actually exhausted during 
that period. This was particularly true of the fiscal year 1924, 
during which, because of the exhausting of quotas, there was little 
quota immigration from Europe in the last six months of that year. 
Under the immigration act of 1924 an alien who has secured a proper 
nsa, from an American consular officer runs no risk of being excluded 
ander that act. 

Sources of immigration. 

While the preceding tables show the number of aliens admitted 
md charged to quota allotments of specified countries or regions of 
jirth, the changes effected by shifting political boundaries, newly 
Teated countries, and so forth, preclude the country or region of birth 
)f an alien being considered an exact criterion to race. 



S REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

The next table shows immigrant aUens classified according to the 
races or peoples principally indigenous to specified parts of J^urope, 
together with all others, the latter including oriental peoples, Cubans, 
Spanish Americans, West Indians, and others. 

Immigrant aliens admitted, in fiscal years sj)ecified, from certain areas 



f'iscal year (ended June 30) 



1907. 
19J4. 
1921. 
1922 
1923. 
1924 
1925. 



Total 
admitted 



1, 285, 349 

1,21b, 480 
805, 228 
309, 556 
522, 919 
706, 896 
294, 314 



From— 



Northern 

and 
western 
Europe 



Southern 

and 
eastern 
Europe 



281,322 
253, 855 
200, 995 
129,434 
274, 507 
393, 342 
222, 701 



956,019 
921, 160 
537, 144 
141,621 
102, 695 
192, 599 
31,883 



other 
countries 



48, 008 
43, 465 
61, 089 

38, 501 
85,717 

120, 955 

39, 730 



Per cent of total 




Southern] 

and I Other 
eastern countries 
Europe 



74.4 
75.6 
66 7 
45.8 
31.1 
27.3 
10.8 



3.7 
3.6 
7.( 
12.4 
16.4 
17.1 
13.; 



Rejection at port of arrival. 

The number of aliens applying for admission at United States 
ports but rejected as coming in violation of the immigration law; 
was 25.390 during the j^ear, as compared to 30,284 during the pre 
ceding year and 20,619 in 1923. , . . , 

The record of such rejections for the year, by principal causes, i; 

as follows : 

Aliens rejected at United States ports, by causes, fiscal year 1925 

Without proper immigration visas (under act of 1924) : 

Land 2* gig 

Seaport „' ^.^q 

Likely to become public charges ^y '^^^ 

Loathsome or dangerous contagious diseases oo^ 

Per centum limit law, extended (excess quota) ^oi 

Unable to read J^^ 

Contract laborers Vi. 

Mental or physical defectives ^^ 

Stowaways 251 

Criminals ,c,q 

Under Chinese exclusion act ^^ 

Immoral classes ^^.^ 

All other classes '^"" 

Total 25,390 

Reference has already been made to the few rejections occurrin 
at our seaports. The percentage of exclusions at the port of JNe^ 
York where in years past our greatest problems m law enforcemen 
arose! amounted to only 1.2 per cent as compared to 1.5 per cen 
during the previous year. Of the total rejections about five-tenth 
of 1 per cent of applicants holding visas issued to them by America 
consular officers, were rejected at that port. This speaks much fc 
the efficient manner in which consular oificei-s have nerfornied the: 
duties. Being obliged, as they were, to acquaint themsejves wit 
laws with the operation of which they previously had had little c 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



9 



no experience, too much can not be said in their praise for the whole- 
hearted support which they have given, and the bureau would be 
remiss in its duty if it did not take this occasion to make grateful 
acknowledgment of the valuable services contributed by them. 

There is a wide disparity in the percentage of rejections at the 
principal seaports and at the ports on land boundaries, particularly 
at Canadian boundary ports. This is explained by the fact that 
aliens from foreign contiguous territories are, for the most part, not 
subjected to any preliminary examination prior to their appearance 
at an immigration office, whereas aliens coming from abroad are, prior 
to embarkation, not only passed upon by American consular officers 
to detect any inadmissibility under the immigration laws but are 
a,lso examined medically by physicians employed by the steamship 
lines and, at some points, by officers of the Public Health Service. 
Relatively few aliens are rejected as being witliout immigration visas 
at seaports of entry, because they are not generally permitted to 
embark without proper documents, but at the land ports of entry 
the number of rejections on that ground is very large, in comparison, 
for the reason that there is nothing to prevent aliens from applying 
at ports of entry for examination before securing visas from an 
American consul, and it becomes necessary to entertain their appli- 
cations and reject them. 
Deportation after landing. 

The experience of the fiscal year just closed has demonstrated the 
accuracy of the statement made a year ago that the deportation of 
aliens found to be unlawfully in the United States is rapidly becom- 
ing one of the most important functions of the Immigration Service. 
In confirmation of this, attention is respectfully invited to the fact 
that during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, there were 9,495 un- 
desira,ble aliens deported from the United States. This is the largest 
number that has been deported in any one j^ear in the history of the 
service. Of this number 1,914 were deported to Canada and 1,828 
to Mexico. The remainder, minus a small percentage of South 
Americans, Asiatics, and Africans, were deported to European 
countries. 

Of the <7otal number of deportations effected during the year, 958 
aliens were permitted to reship one way foreign as seamen in lieu of de- 
portation, and in fulfillment of the terms of the warrants of deporta- 
tion in their respective cases. This procedure resulted in a saving 
to the Government (the immigration appropriation) of approximately 
$148,281.56. The number of aliens resnipped from the various sea- 
ports in this country and Canada and the saving effected in each 
instance is as follows : 



AUe7is permitted to reship one way foreign in lieu of being deported 



Port 


Number 
of aliens 


Saving 


Port 


Number 
of aliens 


Saving 


Montreal . 


5 
5 
146 
268 
7 
25 
20 


$575. 00 

515. 00 

16, OfiO. 00 

51, 716. 48 

1, 078. 13 

6 575 00 


New Orleans 


33 

355 

27 

27 


4,900.00 
48, 035. 00 


BoFton 


Galveston 


Ellis Island 




3, 798. 44 


Philadelphia 


San Francisco 


5, 800. 00 


Baltimore 


i Seattle. 


40 


5,950.00 


Norfolk 


Jacksonville.. 


2i678!51 1 Total 


958 


148, 281. 56 











10 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

In addition to the foregoing, many thousands of dollars have been 
saved the appropriation by judiciously controlling the transportation 
of deportees from point to point in this country for ultimate deporta- 
tion, with a view to the maximum economy. In this respect the 
bureau authorized during the year the movement of 48 large groups 
of parties to ports of deportation. This included 16 transcontinental 
movements in which there were handled a total of 3,000 aliens. 
These group movements have proved to be the most economical 
method yet devised for transporting deportees from inland points to 
seaports and from coast to coast. 

Approximately $20,868 was saved in transportation costs alone in 
effecting, through the port of Galveston, Tex., instead of conveying 
them to Ellis Island for deportation through New York, the deporta- 
tion of aliens whose cases originated principally in the Southwestern 
States. The number of aliens deported through Galveston was 329. 

All common carriers patronized by the service, except one, now 
furnish guards and free transportation for the deporting officers in 
charge of group movements, a further saving in transportation costs 
as compared with the previous year. 

The principal causes of deportation during the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1925 were: 

Entered without inspection 1, 169 

Likely to become public charges and vagrants 1,759 

Mental diseases or defects 608 

Without proper visa (under immigration act of 1924) 2, 723 

Criminals 637 

Unable to read 474 

Under per cent limit (act of 1921) 394 

Immoral classes 327 

Physically defective 174 

Loathsome or dangerous contagious diseases 104 

Under Chinese exclusion laws 93 

Entered within one year of deportation 164 

All other causes 869 

Total 9, 495 

Petitions by American citizens for the issuance of immigration visas 

to alien relatives. 

One unique feature of the immigration act of 1924 is the provision 
for petitions by American citizens for the issuance of immigration 
visas to certain relatives. A citizen of the United States who is a 
resident therein may file with the Commissioner General of Immigra- 
tion an application to have his wife and unmarried children under 
18 years of age who are aliens admitted as nonquota immigrants, and 
to have preference in the issuance of quota immigration visas given to 
unmarried children over 18 and under 21 years of age, father, mother, 
or husband. During the year approximately 29,000 petitions from 
citizens have been received, of which 25,002 were approved and 
3,900 rejected. It is estimated that the petitions thus approved 
covered approximately 50,000 aliens. 

Applications by alien residents for permits to reenter the United 

States. 

Provision is also made in the 1924 act for an application by an 
alien legally resident in the United States to the Commissioner 
General of Immigration for a permit to reenter after a temporary visit 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION H 

abroad. Applications for these permits were received from 108,131 
aliens, of which 90,161 were correctly filed and acted upon. Permits 
were actually issued to 66,354 alien residents, and approximately 
18,000 were refused because of failure to establish legal entry and for 
other reasons. As a result of the activities of the permit division 
of the bureau in the issuance of permits and granting extensions the 
sum of SI 99, 157.38 was turned in to the Disbursing Office of the 
Department for transmission to the Treasury. 

The volume of applications received is constantly increasing, due, 
no doubt, to the fact that the provision of the law which authorizes 
their issuance is becoming more generally known to the alien popula- 
tion. To enable the bureau to handle the increased work properly, 
if the issuance of such return permits is to continue, financial pro- 
vision must be made to augment the bureau's force. The wisdom of 
such continuance is doubtful, as the opportunities for perpetrating 
fraud in the securing and use of return permits are many, and u'regu- 
larities already have been detected. 

As no financial provision was made by Congress to cover the addi- 
tional burden imposed in handling these petitions from citizens and 
applications from aliens for reentry permits, the bureau has been 
greatly handicapped in dealing with the situation. With a force 
which had been pared down to the veriest minimmn and hardly suffi- 
cient to care properly for the business devolving upon it prior to the 
act of 1924, it can readily be understood that the difficulties encoun- 
tered in the efforts to handle with dispatch the applications received 
have been many. It is a pleasure to state, however, that the force 
has arisen to the occasion and has handled the situation with a large 
measure of success. 

Students. 

As shown elsewhere in this report, an immigrant who is a bona fide 
student, at least 15 years of age, and who seeks to enter the United 
States solely for the purpose of study at an accredited school, coUege, 
academy, seminary, or university particularly designated by him and 
approved by the Secretary of Labor, is placed in a nonquota immi- 
grant class. During the year 1,462 aliens were admitted under this 
provision of the law; 699 institutions of learning were approved by the 
Secretary of Labor, and 155 were advised that general approval 
could not be given them but that, if an alien applies for a student visa 
for the purpose of attending such schools, and the consul is satisfied 
that the applicant is a bona fide student and brings the matter to the 
attention of the bureau through the Department of State, appropriate 
consideration will be given the application. 

A number of investigations have been conducted in the cases of 
students who failed to report to the schools to which originally 
destined, though usually it has been found that such students were in 
attendance at other schools. It has been necessary to issue 24 war- 
wants of arrest for aliens admitted as students who failed to matricu- 
late in any institution of learning. 

Unfortunately no provision is made for the exaction of bonds in 
the class of cases under discussion, and ultimately the honesty of the 
aliens admitted as students must be relied upon to secure comphance 
with the law which requires their departure from the United States 



12 rEPOHT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 

at the conclusion of their studies. Since the law has been in opera- 
tion only one year, obviously there is no way of determining whether 
aliens admitted as students will keep faith and eventually depart 
from the United States; but this feature of the law is open to abuse to 
a greater extent than indicated, and probably will continue to be 
taken advantage of by aliens who otherwise would be unable to gain 
admission. ' 

Administrative fines. 

During the fiscal year, 4,192 separate decisions were rendered in 
fine cases involving approximately 8,900 aliens. In connection with 
some 4,800 aliens the fines were imposed in the sum of $601,000, over 
$300,000 having been covered into the Treasury, the balance being in 
process of collection. The total amount involved, including passage 
money, was slightly less than $2,000,000. 

The acceptance " of diseased aliens by steamsliip companies for 
passage to United States ports has long been a troublesome factor, 
but the heavier penalties imposed by the immigration act of 1924 have 
made the companies more cautious and fewer cases of tliis sort have 
arisen during the year than in the years past. 

It is urgently hoped that the plan which you have put forward, of 
having all aliens medically examined by the United States Public 
Health Service prior to embarkation, will come to fruition, and that 
the Immigration Service may be relieved of the necessity of rejecting 
numbers of unfortunately afflicted aliens at our seaports. 

Illeg-al entry of aliens. 

Certain pertinent figures in connection with the subject of illegal 
entry have oeen mentioned. It will be recalled that 1,169 aliens were 
removed from the country on warrant proceedings during the year for 
the reason that they had entered without undergoing the inspection 
required by law. It is also significant that the applications for 
reentry permits by alien residents, as provided by section 10 of the 
1924 act, brought out the rather startling fact that a large percent- 
age of our resident alien population had never been legally admitted 
to this country for permanent residence. It was necessary to refuse 
about 20 per cent of the applications for permits to reenter for the 
reason that record of a prior lawful admission could not be found. 
The full significance of this condition wiU be realized when it is con- 
sidered that figures predicated on the last census indicate a total 
alien population at this time of roughly 7,000,000; and the possible 
conclusion is that some question as to la\^^ul residence might be 
raised in respect to 20 per cent of tliis number, or about 1,400,000. 
It is possible that these figures are too hi^h, based as they are on in- 
complete information, but on the other hand it is quite possible that 
there is an even greater number of aliens in the country whose legal 
presence here could not be established. No estimate could be made 
as to the number of smuggled aliens who have been unlawfully intro- 
duced into the country since the quota restrictions in 1921, nor of those 
who may have entered under the guise of seamen. The figures pre- 
sented are worthy of very serious thought, especially when it is con- 
sidered that there is such a great percentage of our population who 
may not even seek naturalization; who, as long as they remain 
with us, must preserve an alien status because of their illegal entry; 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 13 

whose first act upon reaching our shores was to break our hiws by 
entering in a clandestine manner — all of wliich serves to empha; ize 
the potential source of trouble, not to say menace, that such a situa- 
tion suggests. 

The only method yet suggested to arrive at a correct estimate of 
the number of alien residents of this country who are here without 
conformity to law is to have a countrj^-wide registration of the alien 
population, as has been so ably advocated by you, Mr. Secretary. 
Until such time as this information is available, any discussion must 
be largely speculative in nature. 

Great liberality should govern any attempt to remedy the situation 
by legislation. Every opportunity should be afforded the honest, 
law-abiding alien who may be in the country under some merely 
technical irregularity to establish Ms legal residence and finally to 
become a citizen. Any legislative steps should be of such a character 
as to make possible the exercise of a wise discretion by administrative 
officials. In all dealing with our alien population, and with aliens 
who subsequently seek our shores, we should give them, from the 
very first contaC, the best possible impression of our Government 
and eliminate so far as possible unnecessary detail or harmful methods. 
No merely technical consideration should be allowed to interfere 
w4th aliens becoming law-abiding American citizens and all efi'orts 
at Americanization should be encouraged. It should be kept always 
in mind that the first impression is the most lasting, and that the 
most desirable type of naturalized citizens can not be expected if 
they are not imbued with a sense of just treatment during the period 
they have resided here as aliens. 

It may be frankly admitted that the Government itself is in part 
responsible for a large number of aliens in this country who may be 
said to be here unlawfully. Many probably are here illegally solely 
because of a lack of proper immigration records of their entry. Prior 
to the beginning of the quota restrictions in 1921 the inspection of 
the visitor class along the international borders v/as not at all thor- 
ough, it being possible for aliens to enter under the guise of visitors, 
if they appeared to the inspector to be of an admissible type, on a 
mere pretext of a year or so residence in Canada, Newfoundland, 
Cuba, or Mexico. Many such aliens who were thus admitted with- 
out a suitable immigration record undoubtedly were bona fide in 
their intention to remain temporarily. Having subsequently changed 
their intention and taken up a domicile here, as they believed law- 
fully, they now find themselves, in the face of existing quota restric- 
tions, cut off from the obvious solution of departing from the country 
and seeking readmission with due charge against their respective 
quotas. With the pressure of existing quotas already so heavy, were 
they to depart with the intention of seeking readmission, months or 
years might elapse before they could lawfully be permitted to enter. 
On the other hand, as long as such aliens remain in the country in 
their present condition under existing law, they are cut off from the 
possibility of acquiring naturalization, owing to the fact that they 
have never been legally admitted for permanent residence. 

The foregoing observations may serve to direct attention to a 
problem which should be earnestly considered with a view to a 
definite and permanent solijtion. 



14 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

With the tide of immigration suddenly and materially stemmed by 
the adoption of restrictive immigration measures, leaving millions of 
aliens who were unable to gain admission through lawful channels, it is 
quite natural that their eyes should turn to other channels which 
afforded a means of gaining entry. Stimulated by conditions existing 
in their own countries, and encouraged by unscrupulous persons 
who sought to reap financial reward from their undertakings, they 
were easily influenced to adopt the "back door," which to them pre- 
sented a ready, albeit an expensive, means of efl'ecting entry to the 
land of their ambitions. When "rum running" across the land 
boundaries ceased to be as profitable as in previous years, owing to 
the competition from so called "rum-row,!' it was only a short shift 
for those who ply their nefarious traffic across our land boundaries 
from the smuggling in of liquors to illegal transportation of aliens. 
So profitable did this business become that there is reason to believe 
that some of the organizations are international in their scope, and 
that their tendrils reach out and embrace practically all of the 
European countries, with agents scattered throughout the United 
States. 

BORDER PATROL 

In the act making appropriations for the Department of Labor 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1925, C(mgress wisely made pro- 
vision for the establishment and maintenance of an immigration 
border patrol force by appropriating SI, 000, 000 for that purpose, of 
which sum not exceeding $38,000 was made available for the purchase 
and maintenance of motor vehicles. Congress apparently intended, 
and the situation demanded, the immediate establishment of such a 
force; and viewed in the light of difficulties overcome, a history of 
the organization presents features of marked interest, representing, 
as it does, the accomplishment of a great purpose. 

At the outset the bureau was confronted by the task of deciding 
upon the nature of the organization to be created, the manner in 
which it could most effectively be operated, and the personnel re- 
quired. In considering these matters there was very little to serve 
as a guide, since an organization of this nature was unique in govern- 
mental circles. A thorough survey of the situation was immediately 
undertaken, and it was decided that a force of at least 500 men, 
including officers in charge, would be required to form the nucleus 
of the organization. After careful analysis it was apparent tliat 
the appropriation available would not permit of equipping and 
maintaining, even at the minimum salary of $1,680 per annum for 
patrol inspectors, a force of more than 450 employees, and this was 
the number decided upon. 

The question then presented itself as to how it would be possible 
to recruit this force, as there was no civil-service register of eligibles 
for the position of patrol inspector available from which selection 
could be made. In finding a solution for this difficulty the bureau 
received the most helpful cooperation of the Civil Service Commission, 
which consented to the selection of men from the railway postal 
clerk and immigrant inspector registers until such time as an examina- 
tion could be held. Only a very few of those on the immigrant 
inspector register were willing to accept appointments as patrol in- 
spectors, owing to the latter positions being placed in a lower grade; 




66759—25. (Vm-v p. 15.) 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 15 

<?onsequently, practically the entire number of those originally ap- 
pointed were selected from the railway postal clerk register. It was 
■clearly apparent from the outset that, for the most part, the men on 
this register were not qualified for the position of patrol inspector and 
this was early demonstrated by the large turnover, which amounted 
to approximately 25 per cent in the first three months. So fast did 
resignations occur that the register soon became exhausted and 
consent was obtained to make temporary appointments, pending 
the establishment of a patrol-inspector register, without regard to 
civil-service regulations. With the establishment of this register, 
from which eligibles were selected only after being given a careful 
examination to determine their fitness, many of the former difficulties 
were overcome and an opportunity was offered to create a really 
effective organization. 

In deciding upon a plan of organization it was believed that the 
best results could be accomplished by dividing each of the immigra- 
tion border districts into several patrol districts and placing in charge 
of each unit an immigration officer of wide experience in border 
work, the entire patrol force in each district operating under the 
general supervision of the respective district heads; which plan was 
adopted. That this plan was a wise and proper one has been amply 
proven in actual practice. Under the law immigrant inspectors 
alone are authorized to pass upon the admissibility of aliens, and by 
having available in each patrol district an immigrant inspector as 
•officer in charge, matters pertaining to both branches of the service 
are readily disposed of instead of referring aliens apprehended by the 
patrol inspectors to points great distances removed for disposition 
of their cases. In fact, so interlocking and coordinating are the 
two branches of the service that it is very much doubted if any 
separation of them could be made without materially interfering with 
unrestricted legitimate travel across the borders. 

Patrol inspectors were greatly handicapped in the beginning by 
lack of uniforms, as there was nothing aside from their badges to 
distinguish them from the ordinary citizen. This gave smugglers and 
others an excuse for ignoring their commands, and at times the lives 
of the officers were endangered in the attempted performance of their 
duties. This has since been remedied, and the patrol force is now not 
only thoroughly organized but properly and smartly uniformed as 
evidenced by the photograph of the local force at El Paso, Tex., 
reproduced on the following page from the public press. 

The immigration patrol force, it is true, is but in its infancy; but 
fortunately it has attracted to it men of the highest type, many of 
whom served as officers in our Army and Navy in the late World 
W^ar. Through their courage, resourcefulness, and devotion to duty 
they have rendered it possible to perfect an organization that com- 
pares favorably with any law-enforcement body in the country. 
Theirs is by no means a peaceful occupation, for they are called 
upon to deal with a lawless element which has but little less compunc- 
tion in the taking of human life than in violating the laws of the 
country, and already several immigration officers have been shot 
down in the line of duty. Not infrequently have they been fired 
on from ambush and engaged in skirmishes with these traffickers in 
contraband, in spite of which they "carry on" with an enthusiasm 



16 REPOBT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OP IMMIGRATION 

which merits the highest commendation and justifies the pride which 
the bureau takes in them. 

While the primary duty of this force is to prevent the unla^vful 
entry of aUens, the very nature of the work of the officers com- 
prising it throws them into contact with the lawless element which 
infests the borders and other outlying points such as the Florida 
Peninsula, where smuggling is prevalent, and their efforts are not 
confined to the suppression of alien traffic, but extend to the en- 
forcement of all Federal laws designed to protect the country from 
the unlawrful introduction of contraband. 

Some idea of the concrete accomplishments of the force can be 
gained by reference to the following table: 

Principal activities of border patrol officers daring the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925 

Character of work Number 

Persons questioned or investigated 1, 252, 379 

Persons detained temporarily 9, 321 

Persons referred to local immigrant inspector for further investigation _ 14, 078 
Persons apprehended (or assistance rendered in their apprehension) 

for violation of customs regulations 1, 185 

Aliens arrested involving seizure of vehicles or contraband goods 53& 

Aliens arrested on warrants 2, 847 

Aliens attempting to enter the United States turned back without 

resorting to warrant procedure 14, 711 

Alien smugglers captured . 331 

Smuggled aliens captured 4, 641 

Miles patrolled (on foot, by vehicle and by boat) 2, 288, 000 

INSPECTION OF TRAINS, MOTOR VEHICLES, ETC. 

Freight and passenger trains examined 104, 094 

Passengers on same (estimated) 1, 553, 500 

Automobiles and motor busses stopped and examined 418, 128 

Boats and other means of transportation stopped and examined 33, 485 

Passengers on above 1, 543, 400 

SEIZURES (including ASSISTANCE GIVEN OTHER OFFICIALS) FOR 
VIOLATION OP CUSTOMS, PROHIBITION, AND IMMIGRATION LAWS 

Automobiles 253 

Boats and other conveyances 195 

Value of above, including seized contraband goods (estimated) $475, 600 

Special investigations made, such as requests by immigration officers 
to establish responsibility and willingness to support relatives appl}^- 

ing at various ports of entry for admission to the United States,- 2, 177 

It should be understood that the foregoing table is representative 
merely of concrete results accomplished, but far more important than 
anything which can be presented statistically is the deterrent effect 
which this force has had upon those who would seek to violate the 
laws. . Wliereas formerly the borders were more, or less open to those 
who plied their nefarious traffic a^^ross them, they are now so carefully 
guarded that none but the most daring smugglers run the risk attend- 
ant upon their illegal traffic, there having been a total of 331 smugglers 
captured during the year, most of whom were given comparatively 
heavy prison sentences. Besides this, many organized smuggling 
bands nave been broken Tip. However, with the number of aliens 
who arc constantly seeking entry through unlawful channels and the 
comparatively large rewards that accrue to the successful smuggler, 
the utmost vigilance can not be relaxed. 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONEK GENERAL, OF IMMIGEATION 1? 

The force is now thorouglily organized and properly officered, but 
as organization has progressed the need for additional men and equip- 
ment to complete it and increase its efl'ectiveness has become more 
and more apparent. Some of the vulnerable points in this armor of 
defense which recjuire a 24-hour service are now being protected only 
by a sufficient number of men to give an 8-hour service, while other 
points are left practically uncovered. 

There is no intention of building so rapidly that the force will 
become a disorganized rabble, for experience has demonstrated that 
organization promotes effectiveness. 

To man properly the force at the present stage of development there 
should be at least 660 patrol inspectors, 32 inspectors in charge, and 
40 clerks, representing a total increase over the present authorized 
force of 158 employees. This estimate has been arrived at only after 
the most careful analysis of existing conditions, and represents the 
number of new employees that can properly be absorbed in the present 
organization and render it proportionately more effective. 

Not alone has the force been handicapped in its operations by 
inadequacy in numbers, but equally as great has been the handicap 
resulting from lack of proper transportation facilities. With the 
amount of funds available for that purpose it has not been possible to 
provide sufficient motor equipment and horses to render the force 
mobile, and upon its mobility to a great extent depends its effective- 
ness. There are now certain patrol districts where a force of 10 men 
are called upon to cover a territory of approximately 300 miles, 
traversing which are numerous improved highways leading across 
the boundary, all of which on occasion are utilized by traffickers in 
contraband. To attempt to place guards at each of them would not 
only be futile, as their identity and location would soon become a 
matter of common knowledge, but the number of men that would be 
required to maintain an adequate protective force renders such a plan 
impracticable. 

That the borders and other outlying districts should be protected 
is recognized by every citizen who has the welfare of his country at 
heart. It is a manifest duty to urge that everything be done to secure 
sufficient funds to man, equip, and maintain the border patrol force 
at a point where it will be as nearly 100 per cent effective as it 
is possible to make it. 

That there may be presented an expression from the district officers 
themselves concerning existing conditions, extracts from their reports 
are appended hereto. For the most part these extracts are merely 
supplementary to reports previousl}^ rendered by them throughout 
the year. 

■ CANADIAN BORDER 

District No. 1, headquarters at Montreal, Canada 

There are thousands of Europeans in Canada who came here either to wait 
five years for exemption under the act of 1921 or to smuggle across the border. 

There should immediately be legislation penalizing entry without inspection, 
so that we need no longer rely upon an obsolete war time law which is in dis- 
favor vath judges and juries, if indeed it has not passed out of existence. There 
should also be provision like the one in the Canadian law, making it obligatory 
upon the passenger to find the immigration officer and report to him. This 
has always been needed. It is imperative now when there are hundreds of roads 
crossing the border, few of them even marked to show the boundary or the where- 
abouts of the nearest officer. 



18 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 

There are indications of an organization among smugglers to get business, to 
provide vehicles to the border, to provide other vehicles to pick aliens up on the 
Ameiican side and take them to destination or to inland railroad point, and to 
provide bail and attorneys for those who are caught. 

The border patrol * * * j^^g justified its existence and has been a pre- 
ventive influence which can not be measured. 

Inspector in charge, border patrol, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

At the time of the inauguration of the border patrol, July 1, conditions along 
the border in this vicinity were very bad, a lawless clement operating on both 
sides of the river and coopera+ing with each other. The smuggling of contraband 
other than aliens was being carried on extensively and about May the smuggling 
of aliens commenced on a large scale. The apprehension and conviction of an 
old-time smuggler did not seem to bother the alien runners much and it was not 
until July 8, at which time Patrol Inspector Ault was seriously wounded during 
an affray with smugglers, that notice was taken of the border patrol by those 
engaged in this nefarious business; from that date on the patrol had work and 
plenty of it, for the smugglers then engaged a number of spies or lookouts to 
watch our movements, and it was an easy matter with the few patrol inspectors 
that we had. However, we carried on until we were successful in curbing alien- 
running in this vicinity to a point where the smugglers were compelled to use 
other tactics, which were easily discovered and broken up by our men. 

District No. 11, headquarters at Detroit. 

Smuggling operations in this district during the past year, due to the energetic 
efforts of the officers connected with the patrol service, have been reduced greatly. 

There were apprehended 36 smugglers, including 4 Chinese smugglers, and 
275 aliens, including 4 Chinese. There were seized 37 automobiles valued at 
$57,500, 39 boats valued at $8,900, 1 other convej^ance valued at $500, and con- 
traband merchandise, mostly liquor, to the value of $46,050, the seizures repre- 
senting a total value of $11^5950. Practically all of the 275 aliens have been 
deported or are now under deportation proceedings. Prosecution was instituted 
against all the smugglers and many of the aliens involved, convictions being had 
with but few exceptions. 

Our small force of men was successful in apprehending 17 smugglers and 
approximately 140 smuggled aliens. In addition, there were 8 smugglers and 
approximately 100 smuggled aliens apprehended by the Detroit police and the 
State constabulary. The immigration inspectors stationed at the ferry docks 
and on the railroad trains also apprehended a few smugglers and aliens. Sen- 
tences imposed on smugglers ranged from 30 davs to 3 years. Fines imposed 
ranged from $25 to $2,000. 

On account of the activities of the border patrol there has been a remarkable 
change for the better in smuggling conditions. In May, 1924, prior to the 
establishment of the border patrol, smuggling parties were being landed on the 
shores of this district daily, and it was not unusual to receive reports of boat 
loads containing as many as 30 aliens being landed. 

Our men have also been very successful in apprehending violators of the 
prohibition law and in furnishing information to the various enforcement agencies 
whereby excellent seizures and captures were made. 

It is believed the border patrol has reduced smuggling at least 50 per cent and 
even those operators who are working at the present time are more wary in their 
work and do not take the chances that they did take a year ago. 

District No. 18, headquarters at Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

Investigation disclosed the existence of a systematic organized plan whereby 
aliens were being assisted across the border. * * * With the new border 
patrol firmly established and properly equipped, it may be expected that the 
operations of alien smugglers along this section of the Canadian border will be 
greatly curtailed, although perhaps the business never will be completely curbed. 
The registration of all aliens in the United States, it is believed, will provide the 
only effective means of checking alien smuggling. 

District No. 26, headquarters at Spokane, Wash. 

It is believed that the border patrol has had a most salutary effect in checking 
the illegal entry of aliens into this countr3^ 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OP IMMIGRATION 19 

MEXICAN BORDER 

District No. 25, headquarters at El Paso, Tex. 

Enthusiasm throughout the border patrol organization has been maintained 
at a high pitch during the fiscal year covered by this report; green men have been 
trained in the vt^ork to a comparatively high degree of efficiency. There is much 
room for improvement in this respect; the utmost vigilance is being exercised 
to permit no person, mentally, morally, or physically unfit, to enter the patrol 
organization, and every effort is being made to maintain it at a high standard. 
The morale, it can truthfully be said, is most excellent. 

The results attained, considering the handicaps under which the border patrol 
has labored, are most gi-atifying. By this, however, it is not intended to convey 
the impression that the border patrol organization has put a stop to the clandes- 
tine entry of aliens. * * * a number of minor casualties and one fatality 
have occurred among the force during the year. * * * The bravery, courage, 
coolness, and resourcefulness of these patrolmen in times of stress and imminent 
peril constitute a chapter in the history of the border patrol which does not 
have its parallel outside of the annals of actual warfare. Conspicuous gallantry 
and bravery above and beyond the call of duty have been displayed by practi- 
cally every member of the force under circumstances and conditions of defense 
vastl}^ inferior to those generally obtaining in actual warfare. These men 
suffer the handicap of being compelled to wait until they are fired upon before 
firing. They must announce themselves as Government officers in challenging 
the smugglers and must not shoot first upon the assumption that they will be 
fired upon. This is one of the most difficult and trying problems incident to 
their work. * * * The best and most efficient equipment, including trans- 
portation and weapons, is none too good for these brave men. 

District No. 31, headquarters at Los Angeles, Calif, 

As has been the case in all immigration experience, each added restrictive 
measure increased the incentive to illegal entry and to smuggling; so with the 
act of 1924 we find that smuggling activities and efforts of individuals to evade 
immigration examination have advanced apace. Aliens who have been unsuc- 
cessful in securing the necessary credentials in the country of their residence have, 
in thousands of instances, either upon their own initiative or following the advice 
of unscrupulous steamship agents and other interested parties, turned their all 
into cash, left their homes, and proceeded to Mexico in the belief that, once there, 
entry to the United States in spite of our laws was a matter of easy accomplish- 
ment. The actual promoters of this movement have no interest in the alien 
other than such as is measured by the amount of money they can filch from him 
through guiding him along the path that leads to his ultimate downfall. The 
alien is met at the Mexican seaport, shunted from place to place, always at great 
expense, and finally is dropped, his money gone, facing either deportation to 
his home land or practical pauperism. In some instance the smugglers are not 
satisfied with charging a price for services rendered, but they actually rob and 
sometimes murder their victims in their greed to secure the last cent available. 
These aliens naturally turn to the only way out, the United States. They brave 
the danger of apprehension, well knowing that the only penalty involved is 
deportation to their own country, and, if successful in their attempt, entry to 
the land of their opportunity. 

With the opening up of the large and remunerative field for smuggling natu- 
rallj' involved, the efforts of this service v>'ere speeded up with a view to pre- 
vention. As the difficulties grew the smuggler advanced his prices vmtil now 
from three to five hundred dollars per individual is demanded, depending upon 
the amount of money the alien has and is willing to part with. 

It has been the duty of the border patrol service to cope with the situation 
above described, and through actual results this service has most convincingly 
justified its existence. It has not only been the means of apprehending and 
deporting, or causing the voluntary departure under supervision of the aliens shown 
in the reports submitted, but from actual observation, it can be stated that the 
influence of this service has been felt by hundreds of aliens who, being illegally 
in the United States and hearing of the patrol activities, have hurriedly departed 
to Mexico, there either to remain permanently or to wait such time as legal entry 
could be accomplished. * * * 

"The inauguration of the patrol service has added greatly to the work of the 
straight immigration or administrative branch, but entirely aside from any 
increases in results which are attributable to patrol activities, the records show 



20 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

that with a force that was not increased over its strength of tlie prior year until 
within the last few months of the year just closed, the number of aliens removed 
from the country through deportation proceedings is 162 per cent greater than 
in the previous year, and this during a period when the officers were working 
under the handicaps necessarily incident to a reorganization. This has been 
partially due to altered methods and partially to the splendid spirit of coopera- 
tion evidenced by the employees themselves, their loyalty to the service, sin- 
cerity of purpose, and the very evident desire of all to walk together all the time 
in the same direction toward the common goal, the goal of efficiency. 

District Director, San Antonio, Tex. 

The patrol force was greatly increased during the past year and alien smuggling 
made proportionately more difficult. * * * ^he aliens simply did not 
attempt illegal entry in the face of the stern opposition they knew they would 
meet in the enlarged and reorganized patrol. 

The added restrictions of the new immigration act, cutting down the number 
of aliens who may enter this country, have greatly stimulated the heretofore 
steady flow of European aliens to Mexico with the ultimate object of smuggling 
into the United States. * * * It is believed that more than 90 per cent have 
proceeded to Mexico for the sole purpose of eventually entering the United 
States. Information is reaching the service to the effect that Europeans are 
congregating in Mexico awaiting a favorable opportunity to smuggle into the 
United States. Fear of apprehension is all that keeps them from making a rush 
across the border, and even despite this fear many become desperate and make 
the attempt. 

One aspect of border patrol activities wliich might othermse 
escape consideration in any brief discussion of the subject should be 
emphasized, namely, the very great spirit of cooperation which exists 
between the border patrol officers and officials of other Government 
services which have as their object law enforcement along the inter- 
national boundaries. Mutual assistance has at all times character- 
ized their relations v/ith other Government services, including 
officials of the Custom Service, prohibition enforcement officers, 
and agents of the Department of Justice. Wliile stressing the 
cooperation which has existed and which will be encouraged, the 
opinion is constantly strengthened that tliis border patrol force 
can not be combined with or made a part of any other force if it is 
to function to the best advantage against aliens smuggling. 

The success of the patrol force up to this time has been made 
possible by specialized effort, and it is well able to handle the peculiar 

f)roblems presented in connection with violations of the immigration 
aws along the remote portions of the border as well as on the more 
thickly populated sections of the frontiers. In the more congested 
areas it is possible that further cooperation might be fostered, but the 
problems presented by the remote sectors of the border are peculiarly 
the responsibility of the border patrol force. With such difficult 
conditions no other force now in existance can successfully cope. 
Therefore it is recommended that no amalgamation be made of this 
efficient organization with other services, thus robbing it of its 
vitality and efl'ectiveness in the prevention of illegal entry of aliens. 
Further, intensive effort to focus the activities of the border patrol, 
which Congress had in mind in creating it, should be continued. 

The record of accomplishment of the past year by this small force 
of border guards, of necessity hastily chosen and organized into their 
respective units, is little short of an achievement. The bureau feels 
no little pride in this vigorous body of young men who have served 
so loyally to produce such results. A very substantial contribution 
has been made to the efl'ectiveness of the Immigration Service, which 
as years go on will be an increasing source of strength from which to 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 21 

recruit its corps of immigrant inspectors. A most significant thing 
about the activity of the patrol force the past year has been the 
enthusiasm with which these young officers have gone about their 
difficult duties. A considerably larger force could be used to advan- 
tage, and with further additions to the existing nucleus of personnel 
and with proportionately increased provision for administrative 
expenses, even more striking results may be obtained in suppressing 
alien smuggling activities. 

The reports emphasize the need of adequate equipment and trans- 
portation, and even if the present force is to operate to its best 
advantage further thought and expenditure should be devoted to 
these ends. An energetic and capable personnel already has been 
developed. Could this force be adequately increased and furnished 
with the best type of equipment — especially facilities for rapid 
transportation — with which to fight the methods of the smugglers, 
such effectiveness would be reached as would render unprofitable 
any extensive induction of aliens across the boundaries or along the 
sea coast. Just as soon as law violators, both smugglers and aliens 
subjects, are convinced of the hazards attaching to sun-eptitious 
entry, alien applicants will patronize the regular ports of entry and 
submit to the necessary inspection as the best means of gaining 
admission. The deterrent effect now exercised by the patrol force 
has been a most important factor in keeping alien smuggling efforts 
and other illegal activities along the borders within bounds. The 
continuance of this force and a further increased provision for its 
maintenance and expansion.is recommended. 

No account of the activities of the border patrol would be complete 
if it did not make mention of the cooperation furnished by the officials 
of the Canadian and Mexican Governments along the international 
frontiers. Much of the success achieved by the border patrol has 
been made possible by the good will and assistance which its officers 
have met with from officials along the international boundaries in 
their efforts to protect this country against the illegal entry of aliens. 

ALIEN SEAMEN 

The seamen route is also being resorted to by aliens seeking to gain 
unlawful entry to this country. The number of desertions among 
alien seamen, however, is no exact criterion of the number of aliens 
who, arriving as seamen, remain here unlawfully. So far as the laws 
are concerned alien seamen are at liberty to obtain their discharge in 
United States ports when they declare it to be their intention to reship 
foreign, and, since no check is kept upon their subsequent movements, 
it is manifestly impossible to determine what percentage of such 
seamen actually remain in the country. Investigations which have 
been conducted from time to time indicate that the number is con- 
siderable. 

True it is that the immigration act of 1924 provides that alien sea- 
men employed on vessels arriving from foreign>ports must be detained 
on board until they have undergone examination by an immigration 
officer and a medical officer of the United States Public Health Service. 
The act also requires the master to deny shore leave to such seamen 
as may be designated by the immigration officer. However, it is only 
when an officer has reason to suspect that an alien signed on as a sea- 



22 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

man is not such, or that a desertion is intended, that notice to detain 
on board is served upon the master. The seaman's act vests seamen 
with certain rights, among which are the privilege of being discharged 
and of freely enjoying shore leave, which are not abridged by the 
immigration laws. To some extent, therefore, an ofhcer must be 
guided by intuition in determining whether an alien signed on as a 
seaman is what he represents himself to be or whether he has adopted 
the calling of seaman as an easy means of gaining unlawful entry. 

In the report of my predecessor for the fiscal year 1924, the hope 
was expressed that the new provision of law heretofore referred to 
would serve to check the unlawful entry of aliens in the guise of sea- 
men. While the provision in question has proved decidedly helpful, 
reports received from seaport stations indicate that the door through 
which aliens are unlawfully entering in the guise of seamen swings 
altogether too widely open for the welfare of the country. 

During the year officers of the Immigration Service boarded 
32,194 vessels on which were examined 1,004,226 alien seamen. Out 
of this number 1,720 seamen were certified for loathsome or dangerous 
contagious diseases and 1,595 removed to hospitals for treatment. 

The number of deserting seamen for the year was 19,710, which 
makes a total of 77,917 for the past three years — a number greater than 
the total desertion of alien seamen for the 10 years from 1911 to 1920, 
inclusive. The number of such desertions for the previous fiscal 
year (1924) was 35,013, which, as compared with the number for the 
period covered by this report, 19,710, mdicates that a more favorable 
situation now obtains as regards the number of such cases. 

ADMISSION OF AIIENS "INELIGIBLE TO CITIZENSHIP" 

There were admitted to the United States 1,721 immigrant ahen 
Chinese and 688 were denied admission during the fiscal year 1925, 
as against 4,670 admitted and 1,051 excluded in 1924. This decrease 
in Chinese immigration is due to the immigration act of 1924, which 
necessarily tends to lessen the number of Chinese coming to the 
United States, as the alien Chinese wives and alien Chinese minor 
children of American citizens are thereby made inadmissible. Re- 
strictions are placed upon the admission of certain other classes. It 
has had a greater effect this past year, however, than it can possibly 
have hereafter, as very few wives and minor children of alien Chinese 
merchants have applied for admission; but now that the Supreme 
Court has decided that such persons are admissible, they may be 
expected to come to the United States in much greater numbers. 

Something of the extent to which frauil is being perpetrated in 
Chinese cases may be seen from the result of an investigation made by 
the San Francisco immigration office. The commissioner of immigra- 
tion there reports that during the months of April, May, and June. 
1925, 256 Chinese men who are American citizens and held return 
certificates as such, and who claimed to be married, returned to the 
United States througk that port. Three of these stated that their 
wives were in the United States. The other 253 claimed wives in 
China, and 19 of them stated that their wives were pregnant. The 
256 Chinese American citizens i-ef erred to claimed a total of 719 
children, 670 of these being males and only 49 females. One hundred 
and (ifty-one of the alleged sons are now in the United States and 519 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 23 

in China. All the girls are in China. While individual families may 
have boys and no girls, it is, of course, absurd to suppose that such a 
proportion of boys to girls could exist among the children of men of any 
race who entered the United States during any specified period of three 
months. Moreover, the commissioner of immigration at San Fran- 
cisco says: "This ratio runs throughout the records, and it is a mild 
statement to assert that the foundation has been laid in the records for 
the coming of thousands of foreign-born alleged children of citizens 
of the Chinese race." 

This situation is not peculiar to San Francisco, as the Chinese 
entering the United States at the other ports of entry for Chinese are, 
as a rule, claiming about all the children they could possibly have in 
China and most of them deny having any girls. It is undoubtedly 
true that, on account of this fact and after careful coaching given 
prospective applicants, many Chinese secured admission as foreign- 
born citizens — that is, as sons of natives — who have no right to admis- 
sion under any status, it being impossible in many instances to break 
^down the testimony of either the applicant or his witnesses or to dis- 
cover such discrepancies therein as would cause the weight of evidence 
to be against the claims of the applicant. 

Prior to the immigration act of 1924, the Immigration Service had 
for many years issued return certificates free to Chinese of the exempt 
classes who desired to go abroad temporarily and insure their prompt 
readmission to the United States so far as the Chinese exclusion act 
was concerned. During the fiscal year 1925, however, such return 
certificates have not been issued to Chinese of the exempt classes 
permanently domiciled in the United States, for the reason that sec- 
tion 10 of the immigration act of 1924 provides that, upon payment of 
a fee of $3, the Commissioner General of Immigration, with the ap- 
proval of the Secretary of Labor, shall issue a return permit to any 
alien (without regard to race) who applies in good faith therefor and 
who has been legally admitted to the United States. It has been held, 
however, by the bureau and department that a Chinese laborer can 
not apply in good faith for such a return permit, for the reason that 
it would be of no value to him, because the Chinese exclusion act 
specifies that he must obtain a return certificate as a laborer and that 
the same shall be issued to him free of charge. The Immigration 
Service is, therefore, requiring each Chinese applicant for a return 
permit to show not only that he has been lawfully admitted to the 
United States but also that he has exclusively followed an exempt 
occupation for the fuU period of one year prior to making his applica- 
tion, this being the requirement for readmission as an exempt under 
the Chinese exclusion acts. In this connection it should be stated 
that for a number of years before the act of 1924 became eft'ective 
the Immigration Service had found it impracticable to deny return 
certificates to Chinese of the exempt classes who were unable to prove 
their lawful domicile, unless the evidence against the legality of their 
residence in this country was such as to warrant the institution of 
deportation proceedings by the department or before a United States 
commissioner; the Supreme Court having decided in the case of Chin 
Fong (253 U. S., 420) that such persons were entitled to a judicial 
determination of their status and could not be prevented from enter- 
ing the United States by purely administrative proceedings. In 
some instances, also, persons claiming American birth and citizenship 



24 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER. GENEIL\L OF IM:MIGRATI0X 



Have in years past been permitted to qualify for and obtain the return 
certificates provided for aliens under the claim that they were to be 
regarded in every way as aliens until they proved that they were 
citizens. However, during the past year and for some time prior 
thereto, it has been held that a person claiming American birth or 
citizenship is entitled to all the rights of a citizen provided he presents 
reasonable proof of his citizenship; but that failure to do this does not 
entitle him to the privileges granted by law and treaty to aliens only. 
During the fiscal year 1925, 424 return permits were issued, 25 appli- 
cations for such return permits were withdrawn, and 67 were denied, 
many of the denials being because the applicants failed to prove their 
exempt status, some because they failed to show previous laN\'ful 
entry, and a few because they claimed to be citizens of the United 
States. 

During the fiscal year 1924, 1,159 return certificates had been issued 
to Chinese of the exempt classes and 54 applications for such return 
certificates denied. 

During the fiscal year 1925, 2,709 return certificates were issued t()^ 

Chinese American citizens and 136 were denied, as against 2,572 

nmted and 93 denied in 1924. During the fiscal year 1924, 1,007 

aborers' return certificates were granted and 24 denied, while during 

the fiscal year just closed 1,288 laborers' return certificates were issued 

and 58 denied. 

The following table shows the number of aliens "ineligible to citi- 
zenship" admitted during the year, and the classes within which 
comprehended : 

Aliens of the classes ineligible to citizenship admitted under the immigration act 
of 1924 during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925. 



Classes 



Nonimmigrants under section 3: 

(1) Oovernment officials, their families, attendants, serv- 

ants, and employees-- 

(2) Temporary visitors .- 

(3) In continuous transit through the tTnited States 

(6) To carry on trade under existing treaty 

Total nonimmigrants 

Nonquota immigrants under section 4: 

(b) Residents of the United States returning from a tem- 
porary visit abroad-- - 

(d) Professors and ministers and their wives and children. 

(e) Students -- 

Total nonquota immigrants.. - -.. 

Total admitted under the act 

Arrivals prior to the close of June 30, 1924, admited during 
the year - - -- -- 

Grand total admitted— 



Chinese 



84 
423 
,336 

75 



1,975 

2 

328 



2,305 



9,222 
329 



9,551 



East 
Indian 



Japa- 
nese 



3ri8 

651 

754 

75 



Kg- Pacific 
rean islander 



85 1,848 



19 2,010 

2 I 45 

36 I 62 



57 2, 117 



142 3, 965 



222 



144 4, 187 



54 



A considerable decrease is found in the number of immigrant aliens 
of the Chinese race admitted during the year, the total being 1,721, 
compared to 4,670 in the previous fiscal year, 1924. The number of 
Chinese emigrant aliens leaving the country also decreased, 3,263 
having departed in 1925 and 3,736 in 1924. The figures for these 
two classes for the last five yeai-s are shown in the following table : 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION" 25 
Chinese immigration and emigration for fiscal years 1921 to 1925. 



Fiscal year 


Immigrant 
aliens 


Emigrant 
aliens 


Fiscal year 


Immigrant 
aliens 


Emigrant 
aliens 


1921 


4,017 
4,465 
4,074 


5,253 
6,140 
3,788 


1924 


4,670 
1,721 


3,736 


1922 


1925--. -. 


3,263 


1923 











During the fiscal year 682 Japanese immigrant aliens were admitted 
to the United States as against an emigration of 1,170. The figures 
for the fiscal years 1921 to 1925 are as follows: 

Japanese immigration and emigration for fiscal years 1921 to 1925. 



Fiscal year 


Immigrant 
aliens 


Emigrant 
aliens 


Fiscal vear Immigrant 
a iscai year ,^^^^^^ 


Emigrant 
aliens 


1921 


7,531 
6,361 
5,652 


4,352 
4,353 
2,844 


1924 


8,481 


2.120 


1922- 


1925 


682 1, 170 


1923 













FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

An appropriation of $5,276,705 was made by Congress for the 
conduct of the Immigration Service and the administration of the 
various laws pertaining to immigration for the fiscal year 1925. 
The following statement shows the appropriations for each object: 

For the enforcement of laws regulating immigra,tion into the United 

States $4, 084, 865 

For additional land border patrol 1, 000, 000 

For fiscal maintenance and upkeep of immigration stations 100, 000 

For salaries, Bureau of Immigration 91, 840 

Total $5, 276, 705 

The net operating cost of the Immigration Service for the fiscal 
year 1925, including maintenance and repair of immigration stations, 
salaries, and other expenses of administration was $5,231,689. 

The revenue to the Government for the year through the enforce- 
ment of the immigration laws was $4,189,247.50. The following 
table shows the various sources of income and the amounts collected 
under each head: 

Head tax (through customs districts) $3, 075, 846. 00 

Head tax (through naturalization for nunc pro tunc inspections). 25, 221. 15 
Head tax voluntarily paid, the statutory period for payment 

having expired 344. 00 

Immigration fines (through customs districts) 613, 046. 56 

Collections for immigration permits to reenter the United States. 199, 157. 38 

Forfeiture of bonds 109, 350. 00 

Sale of exclusive privileges 2, 169. 30 

Sale of Government property 1, 371. 18 

Miscellaneous collections 930. 68 

Care and treatment of aliens, EUis Island Hospital, Public 

• Health Service, from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1925, inclusive. 161, 811. 25 

Total 4, 189, 247. 50 



26 EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

LEGISLATIVE CHAIfGES EECOMMENDED 

In the course of this report certain niatters that require correction 
or provision by way of legislation in order that the ends of effective 
administration jnay be secured already have been touched upon. 
These jnatters, in concrete forni and sojnewhat further elaborated, 
are now presented for your attention with the following recommen- 
dations : 

First. Two million dollars to be expended for increased personnel 
and more effective administration of the coast and land border 
patrol, instead of the annual appropriation of $1,000,000 under 
which this force now operates. 

Second. Five hundred thousand dollars to be added to the appro- 
priation for enforcement of laws regulating immigration into the 
United States, to be expended for additional immigrant inspectors and 
other personnel, and for accomplishing more effective!}^ the removal 
from the country, as contemplated by law, of aliens found to be 
illegally in the country. This recommendation is to be regarded as 
correlative to the proposed increase in force and equipment of the 
patrol force, and will enable the Immigration Service to cope more 
successfully with the situation heretofore protrayed of the large 
number of illegally entered aliens already in the country. 

Third. A prompt provision through legislation, with adequate 
appropriation of funds, to provide for a country-wide registration of 
all aliens now in the United States, with provision for future similar 
registration of newcomers within a stipulated time after entry. 
In my opinion, such steps can not be taken too soon, for the welfare 
of the country. To the objection that may be raised that this plan 
is contrary to American ideas and smacks of Old World restrictions, 
it is sufficient to cite that our citizens are constantly called upon in 
one way and another to record themselves upon official registers, and 
it is the least that a sound Government wishing to remain sound in 
its institutions should expect that the aliens who elect to reside 
within its boundaries should similarly indicate their willingness to 
become and remain a law-abiding part of the population by properly 
submitting themselves to enrollment in official records. Such regis- 
tration, first of all, will furnish the material now lacking for formu- 
lating proper recommendations to the Congress for control of the 
alien problem within the country and enable immigration officials to 
ascertain promptly what number of aliens are illegally here and sub- 
ject to removal under the immigration laws. The plan would be at 
the same time a protection to the lawfully admitted alien residents 
and a curb to the aliens who have by means of surreptitious entries 
or under the guise of visitors or seamen secured unla\\'ful admission. 
The law-abiding part of our alien population have no occasion to 
fear the results of such a survey, while the alien violator of the laws 
wiU be induced to remove his unlawful presence or expose himself to 
apprehension and ultimate deportation proceedings. It is logical to 
assert that one of the greatest incentives to unlawful entry will be 
thereby removed and that there will be a noticeable falling off in 
alien smuggling activities. 

Fourth. Legislation should be enacted that will provide for 
legalizing the presence in this country, without departure therefrom 
on appearance and examination before immigrant inspectors and 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OP IMMIGRATION 27 

officials of the Public Health Service, of those aliens who entered 
prior to the date upon which the first quota law became effective 
(June 3, 1921), and who are found to be otherwise admissible except 
for some technical irregularity in the records established at the time 
of entry; who may, for instance, have entered bona fide as visitors or 
transits and subsequently remained, or as to whom no record of 
entry across land boundaries prior to the date mentioned is found 
upon mimigration records. The potential menace which such aliens 
present already has been set forth in some detail. The fact is brought 
out that there is a very considerable part of the population to whom 
the possibility of naturalization is practically shut off by reason of 
the fact that, where such aliens are natives of quota countries, 
existing quota restrictions really prevent the alien's departure with 
any prospect of a successful reapplication from any foreign country 
after due compliance with law. We should treat such aliens as may 
be comprehended within the foregoing with charity and liberality 
and encourage them to assume a lawful status and subsequent 
citizenship. 

Fifth. In addition to existing measures calling for deportation, a 
penalty should be provided that will discourage aliens who gained 
admission by clandestine means or who go through regular channels 
but accomplish theu- entry by means of false and misleading state- 
ments. The five-year statutory hmitation upon the deportation of 
alien criminals should be removed, and this cause for deportation 
made a continuing one. 

Sixth. The issuance of reentry permits provided for in section 10 of 
the immigration act of 1924 is too uncertain a measure as it now stands 
and should be amended so as to vest administrative officials with 
authority to refuse permits when, in the opinion of the department, 
an alien apphcant is of an inadmissible class or not entitled to be or 
reniain m the country. When issued such permit should prrnia facie 
entitle its proper holder to readmission to the country under all the 
provisions of the immigration laws, unless such an alien on arrival 
as an applicant for reentry is found to be mentally defective or dis- 
eased or for any other reason is mandatorily debarred by existino- 
immigration standards. The present act as it now reads provides 
that the Commissioner General of Immigration shall issue such 
permit, with the approval of the Secretary of Labor, if he finds that 
the ahen has been legally admitted to the United States and that the 
apphcation is made m good faith. The law further states that such 
permit ' shall have no effect under the mimigration laws, except to 
show that the ahen to whom it is issued is returning from a temporary 
visit abroad." Thus the carrying out of the law frequently results 
m the application at a port of an alien who is in possession of a return 
permit but who on examination is found to be ineligible for admission 
ander the standards imposed by the immigration act of 1917, thereby 
-endering the procedure subject to a great deal of criticism. 

Seventh. Since in order to be most effectively employed in the- 
mf orcement of the law the Immigration Service in its very nature 
nust be maintained as a mobile force— officers of the service being 
videly scattered along the seaboard and land boundaries as well as 
It inland stations, with representatives in Hawaii and Porto Rico— 
■ongress should provide for payment of moving expenses for officers 
65759— 25t 3 



28 REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

and their families and effects where transfers are ordered in the 
interests of the Immigration Service in the Hne of duty. The com- 
paratively low level of salaries now prevailing makes it very unwise 
m the majority of instances for the department to move immigration 
officials about from one official station to another with the freedom 
which good administration of such laws, with the seasonal or changing 
conditions presented from time to time, often render advisable. 

Eighth. It is recommended that a general discretion with regard 
to excluding provisions of the immigration laws be vested in the 
Secretary to authorize the readmission of expatriated native and 
naturalized citizens. 

Ninth. Authority should be included in section 15 of the act for 
the imposition of a bond to guarantee the maintenance of the exempt 
status of an immigrant student, where the applicant is not believed 
to be seeking admission in good faith, under section 4 (e). As the 
matter now stands, the bureau finds itself compelled to refuse ad- 
mission to many aliens applying as immigrant students, whom it 
could properly admit as such if authority were expressly conferred 
to exact bonds for the maintenance of student status. 

Tenth. The law now provides that the father and the mother of a 
citizen of the United States shall be given only preferred treatment 
by the consuls in securing immigration visas; whereas, the wives 
and the unmarried cliildren under 18 years of age of citizens are 
granted immigration visas as non-quota immigrants. It is my rec- 
ommendation that this ''non-quota immigrant" status should be 
extended to the parents of citizens, and further that the age limit 
for granting non-quota visas to the umnarried children of citizens 
should be raised from 18 to 21 years, thus eliminating two preference 
classes — the parents and the unmarried children, between the ages of 
18 and 21 years, of citizens of the United States — and placing these 
two classes among the non-quota classes. This will expedite the 
admission of parents and children of American citizens and the bureau 
sees no reason why we should delay what is so clearly an act of 
mercy. 

Eleventh. Section 4 (a) o*" the act should be amended to provide 
that a wife who is an American citizen, and resides in the United 
States, may petition for the issuance of a non-quota immigration visa 
to her alien husband. As it now stands, the law permits such a citi- 
zen wife to petition only for preference for her husband. This sub- 
division of section 4 should also be amended to provide that either a 
husband or a wife who is a citizen of the United States may petition 
for the issuance of non-quota immigration visas to the cliildren of 
either alien spouse. 

Twelfth. Section 4 (d) of the act extends a non-quota status, 
under specified conditions, to ministers of religious denominations, 
and professors of colleges, academies, seminaries, or universities, 
and to their wives and unmarried children under the age of 18 j^ears, 
if accompanying or following to join them; but the exemption pro- 
vided in this section can be extended only to the wives and children 
of such ministers or professors who themselves complied with the 
conditions named therein, that is, who entered since Jul}'' 1, 1924. 
This is in accord with an opinion by the solicitor for the department, 
and the same is generally held to apply to the wives and unmarried 
children of immigrants entitled to non-quota status under section 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 29 

4 (c) by reason of nativity in Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, and 
other non-quota countries. It is, therefore, recommended, in accord- 
ance with what is believed to have been the intention of Congress in 
enacting this section, that amendatory legislation be provided to 
cover the admission of the wives and minor children of non-quota 
immigrants under section 4 fc) and (d), who entered the United 
States prior to July 1, 1924. 

Thirteenth. Section 11 provides at the present time for an annual 
quota for each nationality of 2 per cent of the number of foreign- 
born individuals of such nationality resident in continental United 
States as determined by the census of 1890, with a minimum quota of 
100, and further provides that beginning July 1, 1927, and for each 
fiscal year thereafter, the allotment shall be determined according to 
national origin. The bureau feels that the present method of ascer- 
taining the quotas is far more satisfactory than the proposed deter- 
mination by national origin, that it has the advantages of simplicity 
and certainty. It is of the opinion that the proposed change will 
lead to great confusion and result in complexities, and accordingly it 
is recommended that the pertinent portions of section 11, providing 
for this revision of the quotas as they now stand, be rescinded. 

Fourteenth. Under the existing provisions of the immigration laws, 
relating to steamship fines it is prescribed that the master, owner^ 
agent, etc., of vessels bringing aliens to the United States shall, in 
certain instances, be assessed in a penal sum of a certain stipulated 
amount ''and in addition a sum equal to that paid by such alien for 
his transportation from the initial point of departure * * * to- 
the port of arrival * * * such latter sum to be delivered * * * 
to the alien on whose account assessed." In other words, under 
present laws it becomes necessary to regard the refund of passage 
money as a part of and inseparable from the penalty against the line> 
Experience demonstrates that aliens frequently practice fraud upon 
the line, in inducing it to bring them to this country and, in such 
instances, it is not believed that the alien should be allowed to profit 
by his fraud to the extent of receiving a refund of his passage money. 
It is, therefore, recommended that discretion be vested in the Secre- 
tary of Labor to decide whether refund of passage money should be 
directed. 

PERSONNEL 

Since assuming office I have been favorably impressed with the 
loyalty manifested by the officers and staff of the Immigration Service, 
both at the bureau and in the field. The Immigration Service might 
well be termed our first line of defense in time of peace, and too much 
credit can not be given the small army of men who, not infrequently 
at grave risk, protect our frontiers from the invasion of undesirable 
aliens. 

Undermanned as the service is, underpaid as many of the employees 
undoubtedly are, and without sufficient or proper equipment at 
some points, the officers and employees have, in spite of these dis- 
couragements and handicaps, generally given their best to the enforce- 
ment of the immigration laws. 

In conclusion I desire, on behalf of the employees of the bureau 
and myself, to express to you and other officials of the department 
most sincere thanks for your helpful and sympathetic interest in the 



30 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Immigration Service and to make grateful acknowledgment of the 
cooperation which has been extended by ofRcers of the Department 
of State and the United States Public Health Service, and practically 
every other administrative branch of the Government, in the enforce- 
ment of the immigration laws. 
Respectfully submitted. 

Harry E. Hull, 

Commissioner General, 



APPENDIX 



STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION 



31 



APPENDIX— STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 1. — Aliens admitted, departed, debarred, and deported, and United States 
citizens arrived and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by 
ports 



Port 



All ports. 



Total Atlantic ports. 



New York, N. Y.... 

Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Baltimore, Md 

Canadian Atlantic. . 

Portland, Me 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Providence, E. I 

Newport News, Va.. 

Norfolk, Va.... 

Savannah, Ga 

Miami, Fla 

Key West, Fla 

Other Atlantic 



Total Gulf of Mexico 
ports 



Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La. 
Galveston, Texas. 
Other Gulf 



Total Pacific ports. 



San Francisco, Calif. 

Portland, Oreg... 

Seattle, Wash 

Canadian Pacific 

Mexican border seaports. 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



706, 896 



395, 419 



315, 587 

36, 320 

8,711 

480 

18, 140 

3,912 

87 

7,347 

461 

739 

22 

1,932 

1,535 

146 



2,621 



Non- 
immi- 
grant 



117,841 



1,051 

8 

55 

1,180 

314 

13 

16, 221 



7,659 
146 

7,131 
523 
762 



Total land border sta- 
tions [289, 114 



Canadian border.. 1200,834 

88,280 



Mexican border 

Total other ports 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico. 



3, 521 



176 

3,115 

230 



97, 471 

2,472 

844 

104 

2,423 

221 

87 

2,600 

12 

17 

5 

4,445 

7,124 

16 



6,152 



1,843 
4 

58 

4,021 

224 

2 

18, 458 



8,214 

16 

4,658 

4,705 

865 



25, 859 



7,362 
18, 497 



46 
2,560 
1,490 



Total 



879, 302 



513, 260 



413, 058 

38, 792 

9,555 

584 

20, 563 

4,133 

174 

9,947 

473 

756 

27 

6,377 

8,659 

162 



8,773 



2,894 

12 

113 

5,201 

538 

15 

34, 679 



15, 873 
162 

11,789 
5,228 
1,627 



314, 973 



208, 196 
106, 777 



7,617 



222 
5,675 
1,720 



United 
States 
citi- 
zens 
ar- 
rived 



301, 281 



258, 503 



205, 362 

6,507 

1,073 

141 

7,472 

584 

65 

1, 

1 

519 



3,638 

31, 489 

53 



8,428 



90 

8 

129 

7,276 

923 

2 

13, 184 



6,980 
15 

2,971 
2,074 
1,144 



15, 765 



13, 673 
2,092 



5,401 



94 
2,257 
3,050 



Aliens 

de- 
barred 



,370 

347 

241 

130 

449 

53 

17 

90 

16 

68 

22 

48 

73 

43 



473 



7 
33 
237 



1,270 



390 

16 

412 

357 
95 



20, 369 



16, 236 
4,133 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Non- 
emi- 
grant 



76, 789 139, 956 



65, 286 



55, 576 

4,721 

585 

3 

1,000 

8 

361 

1,346 



1 
2 

765 
918 



40 



2 
519 



6,599 



3,766 



1,' 



614 
242 



3,644 



96, 508 



80,448 

2,128 

218 

3 

1, 805 

157 

83 

216 



2 

2 

3,127 

8,318 

1 



2,735 



105 



7 

2,372 

251 



13, 346 



2,104 
1,540 



45 
442 
184 



7,747 
23 
2,091 
2, 323 
1,162 



22, 550 



20, 978 
1,572 



4,817 



2 

3,158 
1,657 



Total 



216, 745 



161, 794 



136, 024 

6,849 

803 

6 

2,805 

165 

444 

1,562 



3 

4 

3,892 

9,236 

1 



145 



2,891 
279 



19, 945 



11,513 
32 
4,0';9 
2, 937 
1,404 



26, 194 



23, 082 
3,112 



5,488 



47 
3,600 
1,841 



United 
States 
citi- 
zens 
de- 



Aliens 

de- 
ported 
after 
land- 



parted 1 ing 



277, 850 



240, 332 



201,491 

5,472 

598 

28 

225 

49 

103 

449 

1 

1 

3 

2,948 

28,949 

16 



8,418 



46 



31 

7,644 
697 



12, 131 



6,228 
6 
2,508 
1,417 
1,972 



10, 794 



10, 448 
346 

6,175 



30 

2,914 
3,231 



6,409 



2,483 



1,582 

145 

63 

26 

324 

7 

6 

24 

5 

37 



10 
42 
212 



76 
7 
7 
38 
60 
24 

246 



26 



3,455 



1,551 
1,904 



33 



34 EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 1. — Aliens admitted, departed, debarred, and deported, and United States 
citizens arrived and departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1924 and 1925, hy 
ports — Continued. 



Port 



All ports - , 

Total Atlantic ports 

New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass..- ..- 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Baltimore, Md... 

Canadian Atlantic 

Portland, Me 

New Bedford, Mass 

Providence, R. I.. 

Newport News, Va 

Norfolk, Va. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Miami, Fla 

Key West, Fla. 

Other Atlantic 

Total Gulf of Mexico 
ports 

Tampa, Fla.. 

Pensacola, Fla 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La 

Galveston, Tex 

Other Gulf 

Total Pacific ports 

San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash.... 

Canadian Pacific 

Mexican border seaports 

Total land border sta- 
tions.. 

Canadian border 

Mexican border 

Total other ports 

Alaska 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico 



294, 314 164, 121 



1925 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Non- 
immi- 
grant 



458, 435 



154, 410 118, 030 



272, 440 



137, 492 100, 829 

9, 023 2, 839 

409 • 322 

68 24 

3,622 

36 

73 

1,489 

11 

11 

2 

1,163 

7,373 

236 



5,577 

129 

9 

948 

4 

15 

1 

43 



1,026 



167 

2 

5 

727 

123 

2 

3,543 



1,927 
5 

1,233 
139 
239 



134, 789 



102, 496 
32, 293 



546 



14 
413 
119 



4,827 



1,675 



34 

2,990 

126 

2 

11,798 



5,961 

1 

2,220 

3,128 



25, 981 



7,042 
18, 939 



3,485 



113 
1,982 
1,390 



Total 



United 
States 
citi- 
zens 
ar- 
rived 



339, 239 



278, 040 



5,853 



219, 861 

6,098 

942 

61 

9,536 

29 

39 

1,236 



1,842 

2 

39 

3,717 

249 

4 

15, 341 



7,i 

3,453 
3,267 

727 



160, 770 



109, 538 
51, 232 



4,031 



127 
2, 395 
1,509 



609 

4 

5,042 

34, 299 

284 



8,830 



78 



127 

7,948 

671 

6 

10, 152 



Aliens 

de- 
barred 



25,390 



3,606 



2,997 

147 

123 

58 

33 

2 

17 

21 

15 

71 

36 

12 

50 

24 



372 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



92,728 



71, 585 

5,071 

524 



1,804 
11 
47 

1,274 



1 

454 

1,107 



650 



10 

19 

244 

71 



12 



5,589 
16 
1,926 
1,508 
1,113 



34, 962 



34, 220 
742 

7,255 



00 

3,978 
3,217 



746 5, 238 



282 

12 

217 

140 

95 



2,478 

10 

1,379 

682 



20, 513 4, 213 



19, 075 1, 836 
1, 438 2, 377 



153 



749 



37 

564 
148 



Non- 
emi- 
grant 



132, 762 



101, 302 



84, 758 

2,776 

102 

1 

2,735 

130 

26 

394 



Total 



225, 490 



United 
States 
citi- 
zens 
de- 
parted 



324,323 



183, 180 286, 073 



6 

4 

1,940 

8,428 

2 



2,656 



2,221 
250 



13,642 



7,820 
81 
1,763 
2,258 
1,720 



156,343 

7,847 

626 

1 

4,539 

141 

73 

1,668 



6 

5 

2,394 

9,535 

2 



3,306 



189 



16 

2,778 

323 



18,880 



10, 298 
91 
3,142 
2,940 
2,409 



10,775 14,988 



9,325[ 11,161 
1,450 3,827 

4, 387 5, 136 



37 

2,911 3,475 
1, 476 1, 624 



242, 573 
5,417 
1,287 



170 
28 
38 

441 



7 

17 

5,136 

31,288 

271 



8,557 



22 
,033 
444 



13,068 



6,252 
8 
2,068 
1,508 
3,232 



9,982 



9,424 
558 



6,043 



24 
2,668 
3,351 



Aliens 

de- 
ported 
after 
land- 
ing 



9,495 



3,646 



1,952 

216 

125 

44 

788 

13 

2 

26 

13 

37 

9 

21 

21 

379 



69 
10 
11 
97 
138 
45 

659 

230 
68 

140 
10 

211 

4,791 



2,403 
2,388 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OP IMMIGRATION 35 

Table 2. — Net increase or decrease of population hy admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June SO, 1922, 1923, 1924, and 1925,iby semiannual 
periods and months li?^Jl» 



Month 



1922 



Admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



Departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Total 



Total fiscal year 

Total 6 months. 

July... 

August 

September 

October 

November -.. 

December 

Total 6 months. 

January. 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 



309, 656 



122, 949 



432, 505 



198, 712 



146, 672 



345, 384 



200, 121 



65, 287 



265, 408 



137, 878 



86, 749 



224, 627 



35, 564 
37, 902 

36, 217 
33, 261 
34, 488 
22, 689 

109, 435 



10, 803 
10, 805 
12, 597 
12,714 
10, 160 
8,208 

57, 662 



46, 367 
48, 707 
48, 814 
45, 975 
44, 648 
30, 897 

167, 097 



23, 226 
27, 615 
28, 555 
22, 990 
16, 256 
19, 236 

60, 834 



14, 565 
10, 737 
17, 197 
15, 966 
13, 390 
14, 894 

59, 923 



37, 791 
38, 352 
45, 752 
38, 956 
29, 646 
34, 130 

120, 757 



15, 928 
10, 792 
14, 803 
18, 967 
24,169 
24,776 



6,705 
6,851 
9,736 
10, 199 
12,711 
11, 460 



22, 633 
17, 643 
24, 539 
29, 166 
36, 880 
36, 236 



7,708 
7,063 
8,269 
13, 232 
12, 025 
12, 537 



7,877 
7,360 
7,427 
11, 730 
11, 122 
14, 407 



15, 585 
14, 423 
15,696 
24,962 
23, 147 
26,944 





1923 


Total fiscal year 


522, 919 


150, 487 


673, 406 


81,450 


119, 136 


200, 586 


-f472, 820 






Total.6 months 


271, 732 


80, 865 


352, 597 


55, 139 


66, 401 


121, 540 


-1-231, 057 






July 


41, 241 

42, 735 
49, 881 
54, 129 
49, 814 
33, 932 

251, 187 


12,001 
12, 298 
17, 135 
17, 063 
12, 316 
10, 052 

69, 622 


53, 242 
55, 033 
67, 016 
71, 192 
62, 130 
43, 984 

320, 809 


14, 738 
10, 448 
7,527 
7,192 
7,077 
8,157 

26, 311 


16, 096 
9,051 
9,734 
10, 645 
10, 202 
10, 673 

52, 735 


30, 834 
19, 499 
17, 261 
17, 837 
17, 279 
18, 830 

79, 046 


-1-22, 408 


August 


-1-35, 534 


September... 


-t-49, 755 


October 


-f53, 355 


November. 


-t-44, 851 


December. 


-t-25, 154 


Total 6 months 


-f 241, 763 






January 


28, 773 
30, 118 
42, 888 
52, 433 
52, 809 
44,166 


9,480 
8,642 
10,442 
12, 702 
14,045 
14,311 


38, 253 
38, 760 
53, 330 
65, 135 
66, 854 
58, 477 


4,232 
2,794 
3,610 
4,509 
5,752 
5,414 


7,270 
6,050 
7,020 
9,254 
10, 582 
12, 559 


11, 502 
8,844 
10, 630 
13, 763 
16, 334 
17, 973 


-1-26, 751 


February 


-f 29, 916 


March 


-i-42, 700 


April 


-i-51, 372 




-1-50, 520 


June 


-1-40, 504 








1924 




706, 896 


172, 406 


879, 302 


76, 789 


139, 956 


216, 745 


-1-662, 557 






Total 6 months 


499, 863 


85, 336 


585, 199 


44, 299 


75,910 


120, 209 


-1-464, 990 






July 


85, 542 
88, 286 
89, 431 
88, 028 
92, 782 
55, 794 

207, 033 


13, 039 
13, 688 
18, 221 
15, 490 
12,611 
12, 287 

87, 070 


98, 581 
101,974 
107, 652 
103, 518 
105, 393 

68, 081 

294, 103 


8,041 
6,489 
6,073 
7,291 
6,925 
9,480 

32, 490 


14, 213 

12. 267 

10, 245 
13, 856 

11, 607 

13, 722 

64,046 


22, 254 
18, 756 
16, 318 
21, 147 
18, 532 

23, 202 

96, 536 


-1-76, 327 


August ... 


-f 83, 218 




-1-91, 334 


October . 


-1-82, 371 




-1-86,861 




-1-44,879 


Total 6 months 


-f 197, 567 








33, 878 
29, 901 
35, 585 
38, 375 
32, 985 
36, 309 


10, 476 
10, 842 
13, 271 
17, 190 
16, 230 
19, 061 


44, 354 
40, 743 
48, 856 
55, 565 
49, 215 
55, 370 


5,723 
3,706 
4,202 
5,394 
6,634 
6,831 


8,689 
7,880 
7,983 
10, 546 
14, 457 
14, 491 


14, 412 
11, 586 
12, 185 

15, 940 
21, 091 
21, 322 


-1-29, 942 


February . 


-1-29, 157 


March 


-f 36, 671 


April - 


-1-39, 625 


May 


-f 28, 124 




-1-34, 048 







65759— 25t- 



36 REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 2. — Net increase or decrease of -population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1922, 1928, 1924, and 1925, by semiannual 
periods and months — Continued 



Month 



Admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



Departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Total 



Increase 

(+)or 

decrease 

(-) 



Total fiscal year 

Total 6 months. 

July - 

August 

September.. 

October.- 

November 

December 

Total 6 months. 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 



294, 314 



164, 121 



458, 435 



92,728 



132, 762 



225, 490 



+232, 945 



147, 737 



84, 955 



232, 692 



57, 631 



77, 672 



135. 303 



+97, 389 



11,661 
23, 290 

27, 941 
27, 402 
29, 345 

28, 098 

146, 577 



11,112 
13, 966 
20, 057 
17, 822 
12, 386 
9,612 

79, 166 



22, 773 
37, 256 
47, 998 
45, 224 
41, 731 
37, 710 

225, 743 



20, 952 
20, 913 
26, 619 
26, 744 
26,045 
25, 304 



9,915 
12, 997 
14, 345 
16, 905 
16, 124 



29, 832 
30,828 
39, 616 
41, 089 
42, 950 
41,428 



8,493 
8,633 
8,671 
8,941 
8,605 
14,288 

35,097 



15, 747 
14, 738 
14, 580 
12,067 
9,645 
10, 895 

55,090 



24,240 
23,371 
23, 251 
21, 008 
18, 250 
25, 183 

90, 187 



-1, 467 
+13, 885 
+24, 747 
+24, 216 
+23, 481 
+12, 527 

+135, 556 



6,183 
4,087 
4,993 
5,684 
8,403 
5,747 



7,873 
6,127 
6,759 
9,708 
11, 859 
12,764 



14,056 
10, 214 
11, 752 
15, 392 
20, 262 
18, 511 



+15, 776 
+20, 614 
+27, 864 
+25, 697 
+22, 688 
+22, 917 



Table 3. — Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended Jxcne SO, 1924 o,nd 1925, by countries 





1924 


Country of last or future 
permanent residence 


Aliens admitted 


Aliens departed 


Increase 
(+)or 

decrease 
(-) 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




706,896 


172,406 


879, 302 


76, 789 


139, 956 


216, 745 


+662, 557 






Total Europe 


364, 339 


37, 374 


401, 713 


58, 988 


33,951 


92, 939 


+308, 774 






Albania 


250 
7,505 
2,065 

550 
13.554 
(') 
5,281 

765 

3,662 

6,387 

75, 091 

24,466 

33, 471 

1, 553 

4,871 

5,806 

17,111 

56, 246 
1,473 
2,369 
(') 

3,783 
11,986 
28.800 


6 

401 

469 

28 

338 

(') 

561 

10 

186 

3,569 

4,482 

11,454 
1,529 
316 
352 
267 
673 

6, 859 
33 
39 
0) 

945 

1,545 

333 


256 
7,906 
2,534 

578 
13, 892 
(') 
5,842 

775 

3,848 

9,956 

79, 573 

35, 920 

35, 000 

1,869 

5,223 

6,073 

17, 784 

63, 105 
1,506 
2,408 
(') 

4,728 
13, 531 
29, 139 


284 
217 
517 
233 

1,568 

(') 
510 
11 
360 

1,249 

1,178 

4,361 

827 

60 

7,250 
622 

1,282 

22,904 
67 
335 
(') 
345 
955 
2,594 


10 

270 

491 

35 

406 

0) 

610 

11 

146 

2,372 

3,804 

12, 093 

1,824 

67 

706 

255 

683 

4,558 
19 
45 
(') 
900 
743 
574 


294 
487 

1,008 
268 

1,974 

1,120 

22 

506 

3,621 

4,982 

16, 454 
2,651 

127 
7,956 

777 
1.965 

27,462 
86 
380 
0) 

1,245 
1,098 
3,168 


-38 


Austria 


+7, 419 


Belgium .. . 


+1, 526 


Bulgaria 


+310 




+11,918 


Danzig, Free City of 


(') 


Denmark.. 


+4, 722 


Esthonia 


+753 


Finland 


+3, 342 


France, including Corsica 

Germany 


+6, 335 
+74, 591 


Great Britain: 


+19. 466 


Scotland 


+32, 349 


Wales 


+1, 742 


Greece 


-2, 733 


Hungary 


+5, 296 


Ireland .. 


+15,819 


Italy, including Sicily and Sar- 
dinia 


+35, 043 


Latvia... .. . 


+1,420 


Lithuania 


+2, 028 


Luxemburg . .... 


(') 


Netlierlands 


+3,483 


Norway 


+11,833 


Poland 


+25, 971 



' Included with " Other Europe.' 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 37 



Table 3. — -Net increase or decrea'se of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June SO, 1924 and 1925, by countries — Continued 



Country of last or future 
permanent residence 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Total 



Portugal, including Azores, 
Cape Verde, and Madeira Is- 
lands 

Rumania 

Russia 

Spain, including Canary and 

Balearic Islands 

Sweden 

Switzerland. 

Turkey in Europe. 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe » 



Total Asia. 



2,769 
11, 142 
12, 649 

932 

18,310 

3,842 

1,481 

5,835 

328 

22, 065 



50 
194 
286 



43 

136 
18 



10, 066 



Armenia 

China 

India 

Japan 

Palestine 

Persia... 

Syria 

Turkey in Asia. 
Other Asia< 



« 

6,992 

183 

8,801 

(') 

2,946 

2,820 

323 



Total America. 



(3) 
7,569 

356 
1,638 
Q) 
(?) 

208 
69 

226 

120, 487 



Canada 

Newfoundland 

Mexico 

Cuba.. 

Other West Indies 

British Honduras 

Other Central America. 

Brazil 

Other South America... 

United States ' 

Other America '... 



200, 690 
89, 336 
17, 559 

2,000 

9,270 



Africa 

Australia, including Papua, 
Tasmania, and appertaining 
islands 

New Zealand, including apper- 
taining islands 

Other Pacific islands ^ 



900 

635 
44 



8,598 
4,553 
21, 347 

2,433 

3,685 

79, 848 
23 

468 

3,883 
128 



2,819 
11,336 
12, 935 

1, 580 
19, 245 
4,511 
1,524 
5,971 
346 

32, 131 



3,357 

1,096 

572 

2,967 
830 
390 
128 

1,991 
28 

6,943 



166 
268 
372 

961 
802 
506 

17 
216 

21 

4,937 



(') 

14, 561 
539 
10, 439 
(') 
{') 

3,154 

2,889 

549 

439, 400 



209, 288 
93, 889 
38, 906 

4,433 

12, 955 

79, 848 
81 

1,368 

4,518 
172 



(3) 

3,847 

161 

2,155 

(?) 
■ 492 
211 
77 

10, 231 



(3) 

2,586 
390 
1,682 
(>) 

136 
52 
91 

97, 961 



2,601 
1,926 
4,081 

567 

1,052 



4 
108 

485 
34 



25, 493 

2,773 

21, 636 

2,002 

2,833 

43, 218 
6 

229 



3,523 

1,364 

944 

3,928 

1,632 

896 

145 

2,207 

49 

11, 880 



6,433 
551 

3,837 

(.') 

(.') 
628 
263 
168 

108, 192 



28,094 
4,699 
25, 717 

2,569 

3,885 

43, 218 
10 

337 

3,293 

104 











1925 








All countries.. 


294, 314 


164, 121 


458, 435 


92, 728 


132, 762 


225, 490 


-f 232, 945 






Total Europe 


148, 366 


32, 459 


180, 825 


75,064 


32, 865 


107, 929 


+72, 896 






Albania ._ 


79 
899 
726 
140 

2,462 
243 

2,444 
131 


3 

388 
471 

28 
178 

24 
661 

27 


82 
1,287 
1,197 

168 
2,640 

267 
3,105 

158 


334 
466 
459 
208 
2,723 

5 
562 

5 


12 
336 
244 

41 

446 

5 

443 

10 


346 

802 

703 

249 

3,169 

10 

1,005 

15 


-264 


Austria . 


+485 


Belgium . 


+494 


Bulgaria 


-81 


Czechoslovakia 


-529 


Danzig, Free City of .. . 


+257 


Denmark. 


+2,100 


Esthonia 


+14 a 



2 Comprises Andorra, Gibraltar, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, and San Marino; and also 
Danzig and Luxemburg in 1924. 

3 Armenia included with Turkey in Asia, Palestine with Syria, and Persia with "Other .\sia." 

< Includes Afghanistan, Arabian'peninsula, Bhutan, Iraq ^Mesopotamia), Musr-at, Nepal, Siam, Siberia, 
and "Asia, not sppcified." 

' "United States" under nonimmigrants covers aliens returning to this country to resume residence 
therein after a te nporary stay abroad; and und'ir nonemigrants toeers aliens departing for a temporary 
stay abroad with the intention of returning within one year to renew permanent residence in this country. 

6 Comprises Orersniand ani the islands of St. Pierre and Mi juelon. 

' Comprises Naura, New Quima, Samoa, Yao, and " Pacific Islands, not specified." 



38 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 3.— Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by countries — Continued 



Country of last or future 
permanent residence 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Total 



Finland 

France, including Corsica 

Germany 

Great Britain: 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 1... 

Italy, including Sicily and Sar- 
dinia 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxemburg 

Netherlands.. 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal, including Azores, 
Cape Verde, and Madeira Is- 
lands.. 

Rumania 

Russia.- 

Spain, including Canary and 

Balearic Islands 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe ^ 



Total Asia. 



480 

3,906 

46, 068 

13, 897 

12, 378 

897 

826 

616 

26, 650 

6,203 

263 

472 

150 

1,723 

5,975 

5,341 



619 
1,'163 
1,775 

275 
8,365 
2,069 
263 
724 
144 

3,578 



Armenia 

China 

India 

Japan 

Palestine 

Persia 

Syria 

Turkey in Asia. 
Other Asia * 



13 

1,937 
65 

723 

301 
32 

369 
38 

100 



Total America... I 141,496 



Canada 

Newfoundland 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

British Honduras 

Other Central .\merica. 

Brazil 

Other South America... 

United States* 

Other America ". 



100, 895 

1,858 

32, 964 

1,430 

676 

42 

1,157 

534 

1,936 



Africa 

Australia, including Papua, 
Tasmania, and appertaining 
islands 

New Zealand, including apper- 
taining islands 

Other Pacific islands ' 



4 
412 

273 

143 
40 



125 
3,2,54 
4,934 

12, 074 
1,613 
285 
201 
148 
665 

2,002 

39 

68 

7 

858 

1,345 

380 



109 
152 
169 

612 
724 
722 

51 
120 

22 

7,267 



605 

7,160 

61,002 

25, 971 

13, 991 

1,182 

1,027 

764 

27,315 

8,205 

302 

540 

157 

2,581 

7,320 

5,721 



728 
1,315 
1,944 

887 
9,089 
2,791 
314 
844 
166 

10, 845 



464 
1,205 
3,646 

6,681 
1,958 
53 
6,574 
875 
1,133 

27,151 

29 

511 

18 

743 

1,765 

3,721 



3,600 

1,433 

539 

3,982 

1,123 

467 

100 

2,464 

67 

5,411 



121 
2,198 



12,540 

1,683 

72 

435 

164 

629 

3,019 

24 

96 

18 

948 

697 

614 



648 
196 
181 

851 
921 
386 

17 
184 

18 

5,448 



585 
3,403 
8,314 

19,221 
3,641 
125 
7,009 
1.039 
1,762 

30, 170 

53 

607 

36 

1,691 

2,462 

4,335 



4,248 

1,629 

720 

4,833 

2,044 

853 

117 

2,648 

85 

10, 859 



1 

4,867 

336 

1,628 

128 

11 

93 

9 

194 

119,335 



14 

6,804 

401 

2,351 

429 

43 

462 

47 

294 

260, 831 



49 

3,412 

128 

1,212 

110 

25 

369 

40 

66 

11,561 



13 

3,227 

145 

1,779 

103 

4 

89 

4 

84 

90, 562 



62 

6,639 

273 

2,991 

213 

29 

458 

44 

150 

102, 123 



8,298 

481 

4,727 

10, 582 

4,063 

119 

2,182 

440 

3,211 

85, 208 

24 

505 



3,061 



1,333 
161 



109, 193 

2,339 

37, 691 

12,012 

4,739 

161 

3,339 

974 

5,147 

85, 208 

28 

917 



3,334 



1,476 
207 



2,127 

453 

2,954 

1,959 

2,076 

19 

042 

169 

1,162 



12, 9S5 

535 

2,652 

13, 422 

4,669 

81 

1,950 

257 

2,760 

51, 261 



15, 112 

988 

6,606 

15, 381 

6,745 

100 

2,592 

426 

3,922 

51, 251 



344 



159 
35 



257 



2,485 

1,026 
119 



2,829 



1,185 
1.54 



' Comprises .•Vndorra, Gibraltar, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, and San Marino; and also 
Danzig and Luxemburg in 1924. 

* Includes .\fghanistan, Arabian peninsula, Bhutan, Iraq (Mesopotamia), Muscat, Nepal, Siam, Siberia, 
and "Asia, not specified." 

5 "United States" under nonimmigrants covers aliens returning to this country to resume residence 
therein after a temporary stay abroad; and under noucmigrants covers aliens departing for a temporary 
stay abroad with the intention of returning within one year to renew permanent residence in this country. 

6 Comprises Greenland an(i the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

' Comprises Nauru, New Guinea, Samoa, Yap, and "Pacific Islands, not specified." 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 39 



Table 4. — Net increase or decrease of population hy admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, hy race or people, sex, and age periods 



Race or people 



Total. 



African (black) 

Armenian ;. 

Bohemian and Moravian 
(Czech).. 

Bulgarian, Serbian, and Mon- 
tenegrin 

Chinese 

Croatian and Slovenian. 

Cuban 

Dalmatian, Bosnian, and Herze- 
govinian 

Dutch and Flemish 

East Indian.. 

English 

Finnish 

French 

German 

Greek 

Hebrew.. 

Irish 

Italian (north) 

Italian (south) 

Japanese 

Korean 

Lithuanian 

Magyar.. 

Mexican... 

Pacific Islander . 

Polish 

Portuguese... 

Rumanian 

Russian 

Ruthenian (Russniak) 

Scandinavian (Norwegians, 
Danes, and Swedes) 

Scotch... 

Slovak-. 

Spanish _ 

Spanish American 

Syrian 

Turkish 

Welsh. 

West Indian (except Cuban) 

Other peoples.. 



Admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



294, 314 



SEX 



Male... 
Female. 



Under 16 years 

16 to 44 years 

45 years and over. 



791 
576 

1,833 

418 

1,721 

520 

912 

51 

3,189 

45 

50, 580 

689 

23,240 

54, 215 

1,068 

10, 292 

42, 661 

1,784 

5,512 

682 

26 

329 

885 

32, 378 

3 

3,178 

720 

391 

1,225 

667 

20,146 

27, 503 

620 

588 

2,349 

450 

87 

1,167 

325 



163, 252 
131, 062 



50,722 
213, 980 
29, 612 



Nonim- 
migrant 



164, 121 



2,099 
279 

995 

702 
7,830 

529 
7,503 

170 

2,901 

99 

33, 783 

988 

7,172 

11, 536 

2,170 

2, 945 

5,679 

3,392 

16, 184 

3,505 

28 

437 

901 

17, 351 

12 

1,474 

2,218 

484 

1,077 

55 

8,333 

7,956 

258 

5,410 

4,110 

832 

125 

582 

1,463 

554 



104,846 
59, 275 



10, 500 
115,999 
37, 622 



Departed 



Total 



458, 435 



2,890 
855 

2,828 

1,120 
9,551 
1,049 
8,415 

221 

6,090 

144 

84, 363 

1,677 

30, 412 

65, 751 

3,238 

13, 237 

48. 340 
5,176 

21, 696 

4,187 

54 

766 

1,786 

49, 729 

15 
4,652 
2,938 

875 
2,302 

722 

28,479 
35, 459 
878 
5,998 
6,459 
1,282 
212 
1,749 
1,788 
1,052 



268, 098 
190, 337 



61,222 

329, 979 

67,234 



Emi- 
grant 



92, 728 



1,094 
100 

2,128 

1,741 
3,263 

767 
1,287 

467 

1,238 

91 

9,108 

476 

1,261 

4,352 

6,659 

291 

1,432 

4,601 

22, 651 

1,170 

31 

527 

1,030 

2,875 

7 

3,693 

3, 653 

1,343 

887 

76 

3,811 

2,555 

635 

4,661 

1,322 

420 

153 

81 

446 

345 



70, 865 
21, 863 



4,414 
68, 403 
19,911 



Nonemi- 
grant 



132, 762 



2,005 
155 

1,106 

677 
6,554 

353 
8,028 

555 

2,838 

82 

36, 842 

1,397 

4,791 

9,592 

1,452 

846 

3,771 

3,209 

9,073 

8,098 

37 

401 

728 

1,836 

31 

2,334 

1,419 

772 

815 

41 



5,348 

285 
3,808 
3,635 

429 
74 

238 
1,676 

450 



85, 963 
46, 799 



8,163 
95, 537 
29, 062 



Total 



225, 490 



3,099 
255 

3,234 

2,418 
9.817 
1,120 
9,315 

1,022 

4,076 

173 

45, 950 
1,873 
6,052 

13,914 
8,111 
1,137 
5,203 
7,810 

31, 724 
9,268 



1,758 
4,711 
38 
6,027 
5,072 
2,115 
1,702 
117 

10, 792 

7,903 

920 

8,469 

4,957 

849 

227 

319 

2,122 

795 



156, 828 
68,662 



12, 577 
163, 940 
48, 973 



Increase 

(+)or 

decrease 

(-) 



+232, 945 



-209 
+600 

-■406 

-1,298 
-266 
-71 
-900 

-801 

+2,014 

-29 

+38,413 

-196 

+24, 3fiO 

+51,807 

-4, 873 

+12, 100 

+43,137 

-2, 634 

-10, 02S 

-5, 081 

-14- 

—162 

+28- 

+45, 018. 

-23. 

-1,375 

-2, 134 

-1, 240 

+600 

+605 

+17, 687 

+27, 556 

-42 

-2,471 

+1, 502 

+433 

-15 

+1, 430 

-334 

+257 



+111,270 
+121, 675 



+48, 645 
+166,039 
+18, 261 



40 REPOKT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 5. — Intended future -permanent residence of aliens admitted and last perma- 
nent residence of aliens departed, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by States and 
Territories 



state or Territory 



Total. 



Alabama 

Alaska., 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Oolorado.. 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia... 

Florida 

Georgia. _ 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa.. 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan.. 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York. 

North Carolina... 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsj'lvania 

Philippine Islands 

Porto Rico 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota... 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah. 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Virgin Islands 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Outside United States. 



Admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



294, 314 



155 
100 

2,519 

140 

20, 9G0 

751 

5,379 
208 
780 

1,409 

168 

471 

556 

20,382 

2,229 

2,502 
763 
374 
686 

5,025 

1,352 
29, 636 
26, 533 

5,100 
126 

2, 055 

1,056 

1,422 
112 

2,690 

13, 044 

481 

68, 263 

240 

835 

9,426 
227 

3,423 
17, 431 



126 

3,391 

88 

627 

201 

23, 113 

733 

1,936 

484 

11 

9,204 

503 

4, 618 

270 



Nonim- 
migrant 



164, 121 



94 

21 

3,352 

35 

5,719 

247 

1,666 

60 

269 

2,130 

81 

860 

54 

4,315 

610 

309 

193 

68 

396 

357 

325 

6,066 

2,981 

509 

51 

545 

92 

107 

63 

303 

4,590 

157 

25, 643 

90 

58 

2,577 

100 

271 

5,644 

16 

435 

792 

39 

71 

66 

9,488 

106 

101 

209 

23 

805 

385 

512 

70 

79, 905 



Total 



458, 435 



249 

121 
5,871 

175 
26, 679 

998 
7,045 

268 
1,049 
3,539 

249 
1,331 

610 

24, 697 

2,839 

2,811 

956 

442 
1,082 
5,382 
1,677 
35, 702 
29, 514 
5,609 

177 
2,600 
1,148 
1,619 

175 
2,993 
17, 634 

638 
93, 906 

330 

893 
12,003 

327 

3,694 

23, 075 

16 

561 
4,183 

127 

698 

267 
32, 601 

839 
2,037 

693 

34 

10,009 

888 
5,130 

340 
79, 905 



Departed 



Emi- 
grant 



92, 728 



55 

47 

580 

9 

4,963 

157 

1,323 

54 

128 

1,527 

36 

561 

55 

4,557 

579 

210 

107 

43 

374 

71 

229 

7,943 

3,649 

470 

43 

265 

108 

134 

39 

79 

3,490 

122 

44, 179 

97 

68 

3,637 

23 

385 

7,935 

5 

140 

239 

20 

27 

43 

1,452 

135 

22 

121 

4 

1,168 

513 

572 

36 



Nonemi- 
grant 



132, 762 



45 

9 

40 

10 

4,817 

88 

616 

18 

67 

784 

18 

1,997 

45 

2,392 

307 

180 

49 

21 

124 

37 

151 

3,015 

1,890 

389 

12 

210 

87 

38 

12 

56 

1,405 

68 

17, 074 

27 

20 

1,437 

13 

279 

2,849 

4 

295 

158 

11 

20 

36 

121 

80 

21 

72 

5 

1,111 

225 

273 

24 

89, 610 



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Table 6. — Occupations of aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year ended June 

1925, by classes 



10, 



Occupation 




All occupations 
Total professional 

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 hairdressers 

Blacksmiths 

Bookbinders 

Brewers 

B ut chers 

Cabinetmakers 

Carpenters and joiners 

Cigarette makers 

Cigar makers 

Cigar packers .-- 

Clerks and accountants 

Dressmakers 

Engineers (locomotive, marine, and sta^ 
tionary) 

Furriers and fur workers 

Gardeners ._- 

Hat and cap makers 
Iron and steel workers 
Jewelers 

Locksmiths 

Machinists 

Mariners 

Masons -.. 

Mechanics (not specified) 

Metal workers (other than iron,steel,and tin) 

Millers 

Milliners 

Miners 

Painters and glaziers 

Pattern makers 

Photographers. 

Plasterers 

Plumbers 

Printers 

Saddlers and harness makers 

Seamstresses 

Shoemakers 

Stokers 

Stonecutters. 

Tailors. 

Tanners and curriers 

Textile workers (not specified) 

Tinners 

Tobacco workers 

Upholsterers 

Watch and clock makers 
Weavers and spinners. 

Wheelwrights 

Woodworkers (not specified) 

Other skilled 

Total miscellaneous 

Agents 

Bankers 

Draymen, hackmen, and teamsters 

Farm laborers 

Farmers 

Fishermen.. 

Hotel keepers 

Laborers 

Manufacturers 

Merchants and dealers 

Servants 

Other miscellaneous 

No occupation (including women and 

children) 



68. 588 



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Table 46. — Nonimmigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 
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Last permanent residence 




Europe 


Asia 


Canada 
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Mexico 


West 
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Central 

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United 
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1910. 


2, 649, 910 


594, 214 


129, 162 


196. 842 


61, 758 


212, 050 


79, 050 


1, 329, 815 


47,019 




490, 741 


88, 609 


9,623 


37, 038 


5,479 


17, 349 


9,388 


320, 098 


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141, 825 
192, 449 
156. 467 

1,376,271 


28, 941 
24, 667 
35,001 

355, 471 


3.475 
3,352 
2,796 

69, 416 


12, 560 
13, 895 
10,583 

108, 124 


1,574 
1,757 
2,148 

36, 099 


4,270 
5,704 
7,375 

104, 697 


3,231 
3,109 
3,048 

42,185 


86,814 
138,915 
94,369 

636, 740 


960 


1909 


1,050 


1910 


1,147 




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1911-1920 


23, 539 


1911 


151,713 

178, 983 

229, 335 

184, 601 

107, 544 

67, 922 

67, 474 

101, 235 

95, 889 

191.575 


38, 354 
58, 782 
93, 078 
55, 107 
16, 571 
11,627 
12, 168 
14,446 
19, 141 
36. 197 


2,565 
1,939 
1,658 
1,148 
2,273 
1,579 
1,664 

35, 713 
7,391 

13, 486 

50, 123 


12, 477 
11, 556 
14, 165 
15, 459 
9,983 
5,717 
3,982 
3,809 
11,504 
19, 472 

51, 680 


2,066 
1,946 
2,134 
2,410 
2,352 
1,418 
2,266 
5,111 
9.783 
6,613 

20, 180 


7,130 
8,299 
8,591 
9,052 
7,784 
9,126 

10, 790 

11, 203 
13,421 
19, 301 

90, 004 


3,720 
3,968 
4,428 
4,053 
3,279 
3,443 
3, 327 
3,891 
4,199 
7,877 

27, 477 


83, 949 
90,854 
103, 150 
94, 957 
62, 935 
32,915 
31, 127 
25,291 
27,287 
84,275 

372, 977 


1,452 


1912 


1,639 


1913 


2,131 


1914 


2,415 


1915 . .. - 


2,367 


1916 


2,097 


1917 


2,150 


1918 ... -- 


1,771 


1919 - 


3,163 


1920 


4,354 




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1925 


782,898 1150,134 


20.323 








1921 


172,935 i 27,725 
122,949 ! 22,952 
150,487 1 29,624 
172,406 ! 37,374 
164, 121 ! 32. 459 


19, 099 
7,175 
6,516 

10, 066 
7,267 


13, 748 

10, 824 

9,731 

8,598 

8,779 


3,904 
3,477 
3,519 
4,553 
4,727 


18, 670 
15,434 
19, 908 
21,347 
14, 645 


5,814 
4,420 
5,173 
6,118 
5,952 


80, 639 
55, 242 
72,040 
79,848 
85, 208 


3,336 


1922 


3,425 


1923 


3.976 


1924 


4,502 


1925 -. 


5,084 






1 





' Aliens returning to the United States after a temporary visit abroad for less than one year. 

Table 46. — N onemigrayit aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 
1925, by principal countries of intended future permanent residence 



Period or year 



Grand total 18 
years, 1908-1925.. 

Total 3 years, 1908- 
1910 



3, 230, 329 



1908. 
1909. 
1910. 



Total 10 
1911-1920. 



J911. 
11912. 

1914. 
1915. 
,1916. 
i917. 
il918. 
1919. 
1920. 



Number 
departed 



Intended future permanent residence 



Europe 



882, 081 



672, 327 



319, 755 
174, 590 
177, 982 



1,841,163 



149, 783 
58, 998 
32, 506 



438, 936 



Total 5 years, 1921- 
J925„ 



222, ,549 

282, 030 

303, 734 

330, 467 

180. 100 

111.042 

80. 102 

98. 683 

92. 709 

139, 747 



716,839 



50,044 
56, 882 
.56, 631 
78, 642 
63, 462 
33, 562 
16, 149 
16,312 
32, 214 
35, 038 



201,858 



Canada 

and 
New- 
found- 
land 



522, 477 



9.949 



4,585 
2,967 
2,397 



58,418 



2,000 
1,822 
1,213 
1, 395 
1,564 
1,477 
1,473 
35, 938 
6, 023 
5,513 



26. 352 



46, 694 



6,597 
6,689 
33, 408 

377. 112 



34,913 
63, 326 
94, 010 
75, 482 
26, 051 
21,981 
16, 936 
8, 575 
11,452 
24, 386 



98, 671 



Mexico 



59, 951 



6,529 



1,996 
2,558 
1,975 



38, 245 



2, 290 
2, 231 
2,302 
2, 959 
2, 111 
2,196 
1,951 
5,029 
10, 499 
6,677 



West 
Indies 



281, 901 



28,272 



9,220 
8,984 
10,068 



146, 760 



10, 754 
12,829 
12,410 
14,444 
14, 276 
13, 634 
16. 335 
14,418 
13, 896 
23,764 



106, 869 



Central 
and 
South 
Ameri- 
ca 



80, 494 



3,802 
3,470 
3,616 



43, 722 



3,843 
4,229 
4,303 
4,629 
4,453 
4,559 
4,273 
3,898 
3,323 
6,212 



25, 884 



United 
States 1 



Other 
coun- 
tries 



1,268,892 I 39,814 



325,661 I 3,017 



142. 682 
89,940 i 
93,039 



1,090 
984 
973 



716.641 21.329 



117.135 


1, 570 


138. 930 


1.781 


130. 946 


1,919 


150, .593 


2,323 


66,118 


2,065 


31,848 


1,785 


21. 260 


1,725 


12,806 


1,707 


12,603 


2.699 


34, 402 


3,755 


226, 590 


15. 438 



REPORT' OP THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL, OF IMMIGRATION 137 

Table 46. — Nomemigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1908 to 1825, 
by principal countries of intended future permanent residence — Continued 





Number 
departed 


Intended future prmanent residence 


Period of year 


Europe 


Asia 


Canada 
and 
New- 
found- 
land 


Mexico 


West 
Indies 


Central 
and 
South 
Amer- 
ica 


United 
States 1 


Other 
coun- 
tries 


1921 


178,313 
146, 672 
119, 136 
139, 956 
132, 762 


59, 866 
46, 403 
28,773 
33, 951 
32, 865 


6,248 
5,310 
4,409 
4,937 

5,448 


21, 009 
17, 202 
21, 447 
25, 493 
13, 520 


4,959 
2,390 
2,403 
2,773 
2,652 


31,759 
18, 656 
16, 727 
21, 636 
18, 091 


6,801 
4,803 
4,397 
4,835 
5,048 


44, 764 
49, 373 
37,984 
43, 218 
51, 251 


2,807 


1922 


2,535 


1923 


2,996 


1924... 


3,113 


1925 


3,887 




H 



' Aliens intending to return to the United States after a temporary visit abroad for less than one year. 

Table 47. — United States citizens permanently departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 
1918 to 1925, by principal countries of intended future permanent residence 





Number 
departed 




Intended future permanent residence 




Year 


Europe 


Asia 


Canada 
and 
New- 
found- 
land 


Mexico 


West 
Indies 


Central 

and 

South 

America 


Other 
coun- 
tries 


Total 8 years, 1918-1925. 


403, 044 


146, 440 


31,459 


148, 698 


20,003 


24, 743 


29, 265 


2,436 


1918 


56, 998 
39, .543 
64, 564 
71, 391 
79, 198 
36, 260 
29, 661 
25, 429 


1,786 
3,976 
20, 776 
33, 284 
50, 197 
16, 739 
10, 397 
9,285 


2,333 
2,094 
5,715 
5,461 
5,297 
4,566 


34, 697 
21,716 
25, 094 
23, 059 
15, 036 
9.023 


9,015 
2,934 
1,915 
1,766 
1,877 
1,203 
594 
699 


3,818 
2,564 
4,564 
3,547 
2,871 
2,479 
2,925 
1,975 


4,957 
5,944 
6,165 
4,010 
3,639 
1,875 
1,561 
1,114 


392 


1919 


315 


1920 


335 


1921.... 


264 


1922 . . 


281 


1923 ._ 


375 


1924 


3, 400 10, 537 
2, 593 9. 536 


247 


1925 


227 











Table 48. 



-Net increase of population, by admission and departure of aliens, fiscal 
years ended June 30, 1908 to 1925 



Period 



-Admitted 



Immigrant 



Nonimmi- 
grant 



Total 



Departed 



Emigrant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Total 



Increase 



Grand total, 18 
years, 1908-1925. 

1908. 

1909.. 

1910. 

Total 10 years, 
1911-1920.- 

1911 

1912 

1913. 

1914. 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 , 

1919. 

1920 

Total 5 years, 
1921-1925 

1921- 

1922 

1923.- 

1924 

1925 



2, 649, 910 



13, 600, 860 



3, 667, 702 



3, 230, 329 



6, 898, 031 



6, 702, 829 



782, 870 

751, 786 

1, 041, 570 



5, 735, 811 



141,825 
192, 449 
156, 467 



1, 376, 271 



924, 695 

944, 235 

1, 198, 037 



7, 112, 082 



395, 073 
225, 802 
202, 436 



2, 146, 994 



319, 755 
174, 590 
177, 982 



1,841,163 



714, 828 
400, 392 
380, 418 



3, 988, 157 



209, 867 
543, 843 
817, 619 



3, 123, 925 



878, 587 
838, 172 
1, 197, 892 
1, 218, 480 
326, 700 
298, 826 
295, 403 
110,618 
141.132 
430, 001 



2, 638, 913 



805, 228 
309, 556 
522,919 
706, 896 
294, 314 



151, 713 

178, 983 

229, 335 

184, 601 

107, 544 

67, 922 

67, 474 

101, 235 

95, 889 

191, 575 



1, 030, 300 

1, 017, 155 

1, 427, 227 

1, 403, 081 

434, 244 

366, 748 

362, 877 

211,853 

237, 021 

621-, 576 



782,898 ; 3,421,811 



295, 666 
333, 262 
308, 190 
303, 338 
204, 074 
129, 765 
66, 277 
94, 585 
123, 522 
288, 315 



697, 397 



222, 549 

282, 030 

303, 734 

330, 467 

180, 100 

111,042 

80, 102 

98, 683 

92, 709 

139, 747 



716,839 



518, 215 
615,292 
611,924 
633, 805 
384, 174 
240, 807 
146, 379 
193, 268 
216, 231 
428, 062 



1, 414, 236 



512, 085 

401,863 

815, 303 

769, 276 

50, 070 

126, 941 

216, 498 

18, 585 

20, 790 

193, 514 



2, 007, 575 



172,935 
122,949 
150,487 
172,406 
164,121 i 



978, 163 
432, 505 
673, 406 
879, 302 
458, 435 



247, 718 
198, 712 
81,450 
76, 789 
92, 728 



178,313 
146, 672 
119, 136 
139, 956 
132, 762 



426, 031 
345, 384 
200, 586 
216, 745 
225, 490 



552, 132 
87, 121 
472, 820 
662, 557 
232, 945 



138 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 
Table 49. — Total immigration, 1820 to 1925 

Sot accurately known, it is estimated by good authorities at 2o0,000] 



Period 



Grand total, 1820-1925..-. 
Total 10 years, 1821-1830- 
Year ended Sept. 30— 



1820- 
1821. 
1822. 
1823- 
1824. 
1825- 
1826. 
1827. 
1828. 
1829. 
1830. 



Total 10 years, 1831-1840. 



1831 ---- 

Oct. 1, 1831, to Dec. 31, 1832. 
Year ended Dec. 31— 

1833 

1834 - 

1835 

1836 ---- 

1837 - 

1838-- - 

1839 — 

1840 - 



Total 10 years, 1841-1850. 



1841 — • 

1842 - ■ 

Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, 1843- 
Year ended Sept. 30— 

1844- 

1845 

1846-- 

1847 

1848 

1849 

1850 



Total 10 years, 1851-1860- 

Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 1850.- ■ 

Year ended Dec. 31— 

1851 

1852 - 

1853 

1854 

1855 

1856 

Jan. 1 to June 30, 1857 

Year ended June 3(1— 

1858 

1859 

1860 



Total 10 years, 1861-1870. 

1861 

1862 

1863 

1864.... 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 



Number 



36, 269,017 



143, 439 



8,385 
9,127 
6,911 
6,354 
7,912 
10, 199 
10, 837 
18, 875 
27, 382 
22, 520 
23, 322 

599, 125 



22, 633 
60, 482 

58,640 
65, 365 
45, 374 
76,242 
79, 340 
38, 914 
68, 069 
84. 066 

1, 653, 275 



80, 289 
104, 565 
52, 496 

78, 615 
114,371 
154,416 
234, 968 
226, 527 
297, 024 
310, 004 

2, 571, 036 



59, 976 

379, 466 
371,603 
368, 645 
427, 833 
200, 877 
195, 857 
112, 123 

191, 942 
129, 571 
133, 143 

2, 377, 279 



142, 877 
72.183 
132, 925 
191,114 
180, 339 
332, 577 
303, 104 
282, 189 
352, 768 
387, 203 



Period 



Total 10 years, 1871-1880. 
Year ended June 30— 



1871., 
1872- 
1873. 
1874- 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879- 
1880- 



Number 



2, 812, 191 



321, 350 
404,806 
459, 803 
313, 339 
227, 498 
169, 986 
141,857 
138, 469 
177,826 
457, 257 



Total 10 years, 1881-1890 1 5,246,613 

1881 - 669,431 

1882 

1883 

1884 - 

1885 ---- 

1886 

1887.--- - - 

1888 - -- — 



1890- 



Total 10 years, 1891-1900- 



1891- 
1892- 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900- 



788, 992 
603, 322 
518, 592 
395, 346 
334, 203 
490, 109 
546, 889 
444, 427 
455, 302 

3. 687. 564 



500, 319 
579, 063 
439, 730 
285,631 
258, 536 
343, 267 
230, 832 
229, 299 
311,715 
448, 572 



Total 10 years, 1901-1910- | 8, 795, 386 

487. 918 

648, 743 

857, 046 

812, 870 

1,026,499 

1, 100. 735 

1, 285, 349 

782, 870 

751, 786 

1, 041, 570 



1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906 
1907. 
1908 
1909 
1910 



Total 10 years, 1911-1920- 



1911- 
1912. 
1913- 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 



5. 735, 811 



Total 5 years, 1921-1925. 



1921.. 
1922.. 
1923.. 
1924.. 
1925.. 



878, 587 
838, 172 
1, 197, 892 
1, 218, 480 
326,700 
298, 826 
295. 403 
110,618 
141, 132 
430. 001 

2, 638, 913 



805,228 
309, 556 
• 522, 919 
706, 896 
294, 314 



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Table 64. — Aliens granted hospital treatvient under sections IS and 82, fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1925, by race or people 





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Irish 


Italian 


Japa- 
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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OP IMMIGRATION 177 



Table 66. — Deserting alien seamen, fiscal year ended June SO, 1925, by ports 
Total 19, 



710 



New York, N. Y 11, 218 

Boston, Mass 470 

Philadelphia, Pa 2, 378 

Baltimore, Md 775 

Portland, Me 258 

New Bedford, Mass 3 

Providence, R. I 189 

Gloucester, Mass 9 

Norfolk, Va 793 

Charleston, S. C 209 

Savannah, Ga 102 

Miami, Fla 16 

Other Atlantic ports 393 



Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La 

Galveston, Tex 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Gulf port. Miss 

Pascagoula, Miss 

San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Los Angeles, Calif, (district) . 

Great Lakes ports 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico 



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167 
862 
784 
151 

73 

2 

185 

100 

98 
219 

37 
4 

47 



Table 67. — Alien stowaways found on hoard vessels arriving at ports of the United 
States, fiscal year ended June SO, 1925, by ports 



Total 1 .907 

New York, N. Y 929 

Boston, Mass 105 

Philadelphia, Pa 123 

Baltimore, Md 57 

Portland, Me 2 

Providence, R. I 3 

Norfolk, Va 87 

Charleston, S. C 12 

Savannah, Ga 36 

Miami, Fla 3 

Key West, Fla 25 

Other Atlantic ports 57 



Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La 

Galveston, Tex 

Other Gulf ports 

San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Los Angeles, Calif, (district) __. 

Great Lakes ports 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico 



19 
11 
18 
204 
52 
18 
15 

9 
48 
56 

1 
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6 



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Table 68. — Comparison betioeen 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: 

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 

Government 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 Julv 1, 1907, or subsequent to May 

1, 1917 1 1, 150 

Aliens admitted to Porto Rico and Hawaii from main- 
land ports 1, 722 

Under 16 j'ears 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 vear 54, 704 

210, 469 



Aliens on whom head tax was paid i 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. 



171 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSION' ER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Table 69. 



-Japanese aliens applied for admission, admitted, debarred, deported, and 
departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1924 o,nd 1925 > 



Conti- 
nental 
United 
States 


Hawaii 


Conti- 
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United 
States 


Hawaii 


11,710 


4,185 


3,334 


974 


11, 526 
184 

64 
9,248 


4,172 
13 

1 
2,495 


3,222 
112 

82 
7,265 


965 
9 

1 
2,003 



Applicants for admission 

Admitted 

Debarred from entry.. 

Deported after entry 

Departures 



1 Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens and departures include both emigrant 
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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 debarred, and 32 de- 
parted therefrom. 

Table 70. — Increase or decrease of Japanese population by alien admissions and 
departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1924 and 1925, by months ' 





Continental United States 


Hawaii 


Month 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 
(+) or de- 
crease (— ) 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 
(+) or de- 
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Total fiscal year 1924 


11, 526 


9,248 


+2, 278 


4,172 


2,495 


+1,677 


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658 

337 

678 

316 

486 

739 

431 

668 

779 

1,081 

1,364 

3,989 

3,222 


500 

505 

445 

814 

1,227 

1,425 

530 

672 

901 

572 

1,300 

357 

7,265 


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+233 
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290 
265 
172 
150 
298 
341 
277 


234 
228 
282 
268 
352 
164 
124 


+56 


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October.. 


-118 


November . ....... 


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January 


+153 




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342 
374 

272 
1,391 

965 


69 
335 

14 
425 

2,003 


+273 


April 


+39 


May ... 


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June '. 


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Total fiscal year 1925 


-1,038 


July 


192 
148 
290 
283 
253 
201 
159 
178 
372 
440 
357 
349 


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 


172 
63 
54 
50 
85 
98 
12 
94 
89 
76 
49 

123 


55 

276 

207 

180 

113 

81 

66 

42 

300 

267 

216 

200 


+117 


August 


-213 


September 


-153 


October ,. . 


-130 




-28 


December. 


+17 


January . 


-54 


February 

March . . . . 


+52 
-211 


.\pril 


-191 


May 


-167 


June 


-77 







' Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens and departures include both emigrant 
and nonemigrant aliens. 
2 Figures for this month included with later month. 



REPOBT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 179 

Table 71. — Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year ended 

June SO, 1925 



Occupation 


Continental 
United 
States 


Hawaii 


Occupation 


Continental 
United 
States 


Hawaii 


Ad- 
mit- 
ted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mit- 
ted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mit- 
ted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mit- 
ed 


De- 
part- 
ed 


All occupations... 


3,222 


7,265 


965 


2,003 


Machinists 


3 
6 

11 


1 

22 

4 










1 

4 
1 


8 
5 


Total professional. 


816 


837 


72 


50 


Mechanics (not speci- 
fied) 




23 

U 

32 

9 

7 

98 

7 

23 

4 

384 

70 

2 

116 

30 

199 


18 


5 


4 


Milliners 


Architects. . 


Miners . . 


6 

1 
2 


5 

1 
7 
1 
1 
5 




Clergy... 


31 
28 
3 
83 
15 

9 
5 
297 
75 
4 
94 
175 

264 


18 
2 


19 


Painters and glaziers 

Photographers... . 


4 
2 


4 


Editors 


3 


Electricians 


Plasterers 




Engineers (professional). 


2 

23 
...... 

3 


i 

5 
2 
3 
4 


Plumbers 


1 
5 
1 




1 


Lawyers 


Printers 


3 


Literary and scientific 


Seamstresses 




persons . 


Shoemakers . 






1 




Tailors 


3 


11 


2 


3 


Officials (Government). 


Watch and clock mak ers 
Other skilled 


1 


Physicians 


30 

1,401 


58 
3,679 


359 


2 


Sculptors and artists 


Total miscellane- 
ous.. 




Teachers .. 


10 

2 

78 


8 
4 

126 




Other professional 


1,022 


Agents 




Total skilled 


13 
45 

2 

105 

313 

22 

30 

110 

8 

518 

34 

201 

806 


33 
44 

'"lY 

446 

30 

82 

2,013 

4 

749 

38 

193 

2,485 


2 
2 

9 

28 

160 

12 

1 
25 

1 
65 
15 
39 

456 


1 








Bakers 


5 
12 


22 


2 

11 
4 


1 

10 
2 

1 


Draymen, hackmen, and 
teamsters 




Barbers and hairdress- 


18 


ers.. 


Farm laborers 




Blacksmiths 


Farmers.. 


23 


Butchers . 




1 

1 

2 

75 


Fishermen 


23 




1 
3 
50 

1 

32 

'25 


Hotel keepers 


2 


Carpenters and joiners. 


23 
13 


37 
32 


Labore'"s 


793 




1 




Merchants and dealers 
Servants 


62 


Engineers (locomotive. 


19 

27 

1 


11 


9 
3 


35 


marine, and station- 
ary) 


Other miscellaneous 

No occupation (includ- 
ing women and chil- 
dren) 


63 


Gardeners . .. 




Hat and cap makers 




Jewelers 


1 






805 















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

by ports 



Class 


o 
Eh 


1 


o 
o 

o 

m 


2 
a 

1 


o 

B 

"a 

n 




a 
1 

S3 



3 

03 




8 
■3 

s 
a 

R 
C3 
03 


1 


ii 

6^ 


ll 


'5 

03 


United States citizens (Chinese) admitted 


3,023 

3,220 

673 

6,331 

15 

884 

1,134 

139 

16 

5 

22 

37 

2,439 


112 
111 
132 

1,288 


131 
17 
56 












1.596 

1,236 

215 

1,033 


806 

1,513 

139 

1,054 

12 


96 
28 
100 

1,489 


47 

18 

983 
3 


?n5 


Alien Chinese admitted 


"s 


"3 


6 






?91 


Alien Chinese debarred 


4 


1 
484 


18 


Chinese granted the privilege of transit in bond 




Chinese denied the privilege of transit in bond 














Chinese granted the privilege of transit by water. 
Chinese with return certificates departing: 


117 


35 
1? 












849 

402 
121 

13 
3 

21 














425 
12 
2 






178 


Merchants 


4 
1 
2 
















? 




































Students 












1 

1 
677 










1 










1 36 




Native born 


292 13.S 












1,147 


190 
















1 





65759— 25t 13 



180 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 73. — Aliens admitted to continental United States from insular United 
States, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1926, by ports 





Number admitted from all insulars 
during— 


Total number admitted 
from— 




Port 


Three 

years, 

1908- 

1910 


Ten 

years, 

1911- 

1920 


1921 


Fiscal year— 
1922 1923 1924 


1925 


Ha- 
waii 


Porto 
Rico 


Philip- 
pine 
Is- 
lands 


Vir- 
gin Is- 
lands 


Grand 
total 


All ports 


4,884 


26,455 


2,623 


1,957 


?. 314 


2,978 


2,199 


26,217 


13,531 


2,174 


1,488 


43,410 






New York, N. Y 


1,442 


8,340 
1 


1,094 
..... 


947 
1 


1,112 


1,054 


917 


13 
2 


13,407 


6 


1,481 


14,906 
2 


Philadelphia, Pa 






4 


1 


19 


24 




2 
1 


26 


Newport News, Va 




1 

4 
15 
2 


1 


Norfolk, Va 
















2 
IS 
2 

1 

1 


2 


4 


Charleston, S. C. 
















15 


Jacksonville, Fla 




















2 


Tampa, Fla 












1 
1 
1 








1 


Mobile, Ala 


















1 


New Orleans, La 


4 


56 

7 

16, 023 

6 

708 

1,282 

10 


1 

1 
1,384 


"906 


6 


?. 


70 
9 






70 




1 
966 








9 


San Francisco, Calif 


3,399 


1 574 


866 23,870 

6 

21 132 
39; 1,441 

334' 753 


1,245 

4 

725 

191 

2 


3 

1 


25,118 




3 2 
22 36 

48| 51 
152: 258 


11 


Seattle, Wash 


30 
9 


14 

126 

1 


26 

77 


857 


Canadian Pacific 


1,632 


Mexican border 


755 

















969 aliens were admitted to Hawaii and 753 to Pocto Rico from continental United States; 1 alien to 
Hawaii from the Phiilippine 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 SO, 1925, by classes, as specified 



Class 


Admitted 


Departed 




Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Grand total 


21,577 


5,024 


26, 601 


30, 418 


4,417 


34,835 






Total from and to foreign countries 


18, 716 


3,572 


22,288 


18, 497 


2,692 


21, 189 






Aliens .... 


14,006 

1,000 

3,082 

27 

1 

2,861 


2,039 

842 

690 

1 

1,452 


16,645 

1,842 

3,772 

28 

1 

4,313 


14, 697 

1,050 

2,746 

3 

1 

11,921 


1,348 

793 
551 

1,725 


16,045 


Citizens of: 

Continental United States 


1,843 


Philippine Islands 


3,297 


Hawaii 


3 


Other insular possessions 


1 


Total from and to United States and its insular 
possessions 


13.646 






Aliens 


77 

868 

1,914 

2 


36 

1,058 
358 


113 

1,926 

2,272 

2 


88 

952 
10,880 

1 


46 

921 

758 


134 


Citizens of: 

Continental United States 


1,873 


Philippine Islands .. . . . 


11,638 


Other insular possessions of the United States 


1 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION 181 

Table 75. — -Aliens admitted to and aliens departed, debarred, and deported from the 
Philippine Islands, fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by classes, as specified 







Admitted 




Departed 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 


Total 


7,019 


9,626 


16,645 


1,030 


15,015 


16,045 


Sex: 

Male 


5,588 
1,431 

1,567 

5,165 

287 

3,185 
3,834 

6,112 

68 

131 

69 

1,223 

183 

233 

154 

100 

11 

850 

630 

■ 65 

5,212 

416 
6,576 


9,018 
608 

352 
7,872 
1,402 

3,571 
6,055 

8,294 
38 
418 
43 
375 
168 
290 

362 

497 

8 

31 

3,720 

2,702 

111 

2,195 

207 
1,232 
8,109 

78 


14,606 
2,039 

1,919 

13,037 

1,689 

6,756 
9,889 

13,406 
106 
649 
112 
1,598 
351 
623 

516 

597 
19 

881 
3,727 
3,332 

166 
7,407 

623 

7,808 

> 8, 109 

105 


838 
192 

128 
772 
130 


13, 859 
1,156 

1,257 
11,544 
2,214 


14, 697 
1,348 

1,386 


Female 


Age: 

Under 14 years 


14 to 44 years 


12,316 
2,344 


45 years and over 


Literacy: 

Can read and write 


Can not read or write. 








Races: 

Chinese 


142 

61 

73 

6 

446 

184 

129 

52 
146 
7 
165 
178 
155 

33 
304 

262 
744 


13, 061 
29 
526 
81 
729 
197 
392 

251 

487 

16 

69 

7,560 

1,209 

328 

5,096 

389 

1,574 

12, 925 

127 


13,203 


East Indian 


80 


English 


599 


German 


86 


Japanese.- 


1,175 


Spanish 


381 


All others ^ 


521 


Occupations: 

Professional jt 

Skilled 


303 
633 


Farmers 


23 


Farm laborers 


224 




7,738 


Merchants and dealers 


1,364 


Miscellaneous ... .. 


361 




6,399 


Last permanent residence of aliens ad- 
mitted and future permanent residence 
of aliens departed: 
Europe . ... 


651 


Asia 


2,318 


Philippine Islands 


' 12, 925 


All others. 


27 


24 


161 








Debarred 


Deported 


Total 


329 




66 








Races: 

Chinese.- 


321 
7 

1 




66 








All others. 









1 Returning to Philippine Islands after a temporary absence therefrom. 

' Intended to return to Philippine Islands after a temporary absence therefrom. 



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