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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSIONER GENERAL 
OF IMMIGRATION - - 1926 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

JAMES J. DAVIS. Secretary 

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

COMMISSIONER GENERAL 
OF IMMIGRATION 

TO THE SECRETARY OF LABOR 

FISCAL YEAR 

ENDED JUNE 30 



1926 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1926 



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DEC 21 1S26 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration 1 

Foreign service 3 

Admission of aliens 4 

Rejection at port of arrival 5 

Oriental immigration 7 

Mexican immigration 9 

The bureau 10 

Permits to reenter 11 

Visa petitions 11 

Immigrant students 12 

Administrative fines ' 12 

Financial statment 13 

Personnel 14 

Ellis Island _._- 15 

Border patrol - — 16 

Deportation of aliens under warrant 18 

New legislation 21 

Legislation recommended 22 

Conclusion 25 

APPENDIX— STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION (TABLES 1 TO 92) 

(All tables cover the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, unless otherwise indicated) 
Table 

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

citizens arrived and departed, fiscal vears ended June 30, 1925 and 

1926, by ports 29 

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

aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1923, 1924, 1925, and 1926, by 
semiannual periods and months 31 

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

aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, by countries 32 

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

aliens, by race or people, sex, and age periods 35 

5. Intended future permanent residence of aliens admitted and last 

permanent residence of aliens departed, by States and Territories.-. 36 

6. Occupations of aliens admitted and departed, by classes 37 

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

money shown, who paid passage, and whom going to join 39' 

8. Immigrant aliens admitted, by race or people, sex, and age 41 

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

condition 42 

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

tion, money shown, who paid passage, and whom going to join 43 

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

and sex 45 

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

people, and sex 46 

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

and length of residence in the United States 47 

14. Emigrant aliens departed, by race or people, sex, and age 49 

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

condition 50 

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

tion, and length of residence in the United States 51 

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

age, conjugal condition, and length of residence in the United 
States 53 

in 



IV CONTENTS 

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

age, conjugal condition, and 'length of residence in the United Pa B e 
States 54 

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

departed, by classes, age, sex, and conjugal condition 54 

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

permanent residence 56 

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

future permanent residence 60 

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

countries of intended future permanent residence 64 

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

countries of intended future permanent residence 67 

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

future permanent residence 68 

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

manent residence 71 

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

States of last permanent residence 74 

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

States of last permanent residence 76 

2S. Immigrant aliens admitted, by ports of entry and States of intended 

future permanent residence 77 

29. Immigrant aliens admitted, by occupations and race or people 79 

30. Emigrant aliens departed, by occupations and race or people 84 

31. Naturalized citizens permanently departed, by occupations and race 

or people 88 

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

or people 90 

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

permanent residence 91 

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

future permanent residence 98 

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

future permanent residence 104 

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

residence 110 

37. Immigrant aliens admitted during specified periods, January 1, 1925, 

to June 30, 1926, by race or people and sex 116 

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

1925, to June 30, 1926, by race or people and sex 117 

39. Emigrant aliens departed during specified periods, January 1, 1925, 

to June 30, 1926, by race or people and sex 118 

40. Nonemigrant aliens departed during specified periods, January 1, 1925, 

to June 30, 1926, by race or people and sex 119 

41. Immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens admitted, and emigrant and 

nonemigrant aliens departed, showing countries of last or intended 
future permanent residence, by sex 120 

42. Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, by classes and 

country or area of birth-.-- 122 

43. Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, by classes and 

race or people 127 

44. Immigration quotas allotted under the immigration act of 1924, by 

nationality, showing number of aliens admitted and charged against 

such quotas, by country or area of birth 129 

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

causes, and sex 134 

46. Aliens debarred from entering the United States, showing number 

rejected at the land border stations and at the seaports of entry, 

by causes and sex 138 

47. Permanent residents of contiguous foreign territory applying for 

temporary sojourn in the United States, refused admission, by 
causes 138 

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

and causes 139 

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

and countries to which deported 143 



CONTENTS V 

50. Aliens certified by surgeons as physically or mentally defective, Pa £ e 

showing sex, age, class of defect, and disposition, by race or people, 146 

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

showing sex, age, class of defect, and disposition, bv diseases or 
defects j 148 

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

showing organ or portion of bod^ affected, by diseases or defects. 150 

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

by diseases or defects, and race or people 152 

54. Appeals from decisions under immigration law, applications for 

admission on bond without appeal, applications for hospital treat- 
ment, and applications for transit, by causes 155 

55. Appeals from decisions under immigration law, applications for 

admission on bond without appeal, applications for hospital treat- 
ment, and applications for transit, by ports _ 156 

56. Aliens granted hospita 1 treatment under sections 18 and 22, by race 

or people 157 

57. Aliens granted hospital treatment under sections 18 and 22, by ports. 157 

58. Deserting alien seamen, by ports 158 

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

United States, by ports I 158 

60. Comparison between alien arrivals and head-tax settlements 158 

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

and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926 159 

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

departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, by months- 159 

63. Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed 160 

64. Miscellaneous Chinese transactions, by ports 161 

65. Aliens admitted to continental United States from insular United 

States, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1926, by ports 161 

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

specified 162 

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

the Philippine Islands, by classes, as specified 162 

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS 

68. Net increase of population, by admission and departure of aliens, 

fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1926 163 

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

1926, by principal countries of last permanent residence 164 

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

1926, by principal countries of intended future permanent resi- 
dence 165 

71. United States citizens permanently departed, fiscal years ended 

June 30, 1918 to 1926, by principal countries of intended future 
permanent residence 165 

72. Immigration to the United States from northern and western Europe, 

southern and eastern Europe, Asia, Canada and Newfoundland, 
Mexico, West Indies, and other countries, during specified periods 
from 1820 to 1926 166 

73. Immigration to the United States during specified periods, 1820 to 

1926, by countries 168 

74. Immigration to the United States, 1820 to 1926, by years and 

countries 170 

75. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1926, by 

countries of intended future permanent residence 179 

76. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1899 to 1926, 

by race or people 182 

77. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 to 1926, 

by race or people 184 

78. Immigrant aliens admitted and emigrant aliens departed, with excess 

admissions or departures and number departed for every 100 
admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, as specified, by 
country of last or intended future permanent residence 186 



VI CONTENTS 

79. Immigrant aliens admitted and emigrant aliens departed, with excess 
admissions or departures and number departed for every 100 
admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, as specified, by Page 
race or people 188 

SO. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by States of intended future permanent residence 190 

81. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by States of last permanent residence 193 

82. Immigrant aliens admitted and emigrant aliens departed, with excess 

admissions or departures and number departed for every 100 
admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, as specified, by 
States of intended future or last permanent residence 196 

83. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by countries of last permanent residence and sex 198 

84. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by countries of intended future permanent residence and sex 202 

85. Comparative per cent of sex of immigrant aliens admitted and emi- 

grant aliens departed, during specified periods, fiscal years ended 
June 30, 1911 to 1926, by countries of last or intended future per- 
manent residence 207 

86. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, by 

race or people and sex 209 

87. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, by 

race or people and sex 212 

88. Comparative per cent of sex of immigrant aliens admitted and emi- 

grant aliens departed during specified periods, fiscal years ended 

June 30, 1911 to 1926, by race or people 215 

89. Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by occupational groups and comparative per cent 217 

90. Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1911 to 1926, 

by occupational groups and comparative per cent 218 

91. Aliens debarred and deported, by causes, 1892 to 1926 219 

92. Alien applicants for admission to the United States, fiscal years ended 

June 30, 1911 to 1926, showing comparison of the number debarred 

at the seaports and at the land-border ports, as specified 221 



REPORT 

OF THE 

COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Department of Labor, 
Bureau of Immigration, 

Washington, June 30, 1926. 

Sir: The past year in immigration activities has been a notable 
one both in contributing to the better enforcement of our laws and in 
arousing public interest in what has frequently been referred to as 
"the world-old problem of immigration." Never has the pulse of 
migration to the New World been so well regulated as under the 
present laws, not only from the standpoint of our own country's 
welfare but also with due regard to the alien applicant. The Immi- 
gration Service, under your humane and intelligent administration of 
the department, has achieved a degree of popular esteem hitherto 
unattained. 

Realizing, as immigration officials have in times past been com- 
pelled to realize, that strict enforcement of the immigration measures 
was generally met with hostility from certain elements of the popula- 
tion and accompanied oftentimes by unfavorable press comments, 
administrative officers have felt the duties imposed upon them by 
law to be of a peculiarly difficult nature. But to-day, with the so- 
called "hardship" cases greatly reduced in number and for the most 
part kept away from our ports of entry through the efforts of Amer- 
ican consular officers abroad, assisted by immigration technical 
advisers and Public Health Service medical examiners, the difficulties 
of administration have appreciably lessened. As the foreign inspec- 
tion is further extended and coordinated, there will be a still 
greater reduction in the number of aliens found inadmissible on 
arrival in the United States and a corresponding decrease in causes 
for complaint by the alien applicant and his friends. It has seemed 
heretofore that too seldom has the Government's side of the case 
been set forth in answer to the complaint in the press of a rejected 
alien, and that administrative steps have not been taken to lessen 
such complaints; and it is, therefore, gratifying to observe the much 
fairer public attitude toward immigration matters that is the rule 
to-day. With your continued support, it is my aim to still further 
promote measures that will minimize the necessity for detentions and 
exclusions at ports of arrival in the United States. This can be done 
without any lessening in the enforcement of the laws which Congress 
has passed, and which it is our duty to enforce. 

Indicative of the wide public interest in the immigration problem 
the past year have been the news and editorial comment in the daily 
press, and the numerous articles, many of them decidedly interesting, 
appearing in the popular magazines. The news services recognize 
the value of immigration material and display a growing friendliness 
toward officials charged with the responsibility of administering the 



2 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

immigration laws. Unfair newspaper comment has seldom appeared, 
as compared with former times, and when such misrepresentations 
have appeared there has generally been a willingness on the part of 
the publishers to correct erroneous statements. All this points to a 
better public appreciation of the problems of administration, as well 
as to a better handling of such problems by the administrative 
machinery. 

But there is also observable in the thought of the country, as set 
forth in the press, a significant demand for continued enforcement 
and strengthening of the immigration machinery, and even for further 
legislative safeguards in this connection. In fact, indications are 
not lacking of a desire on the part of the representative American 
public for an extension of existing quota restrictions to certain 
countries of this hemisphere which have not heretofore been limited 
by quotas. Apparently the thought of the country at large has 
crystallized upon the proposition of limited immigration and has 
reached a conclusion that restricted immigration, admittedly good 
in some directions, would likewise prove beneficial in other directions 
and should be more broadly extended than at present. Indeed, 
it seems strange that it should have taken so long for such a self- 
evident policy of fostering American institutions and protecting 
the welfare of the American public to have recommended itself to a 
people that has always prospered under a wise doctrine of tariff 
regulation and other measures designed to preserve American stand- 
ards of living. When the widespread general prosperity that exists 
throughout this country to-day is considered and compared with the 
unfavorable industrial and economic condition of many foreign 
peoples, Americans should be grateful to the Providence that has 
guided them in protecting the American wage standard from the 
unfair, not to say impossible, standard that would be the outcome of 
the leveling process resulting from unrestricted introduction of 
foreign peoples. It is something like this that Americans have 
seen and realized, and is responsible for the general public attitude 
toward immigration regulation. It is, in other words, becoming clear 
in this country that our prosperity is not merely a general prosperity, 
but a general prosperity of individuals, making the great mass of the 
people the recipients of good wages and thus conferring upon them 
the ability to themselves absorb the vast output of American indus- 
tries which thus do not have to depend upon a foreign market. We 
are, therefore, all committed to upholding American wage standards, 
and to this end the Immigration Service of the Department of Labor 
in enforcing the acts of Congress has made a wonderful contribution 
to our present-day prosperity. It would seem that any future legisla- 
tion that may be advocated must necessarily be considered by the 
Congress in the light of such satisfactory results as have already been 
attained. I fail to see anything in these results to justify a departure 
from the present restrictive policy toward any larger quotas. In fact, 
while strongly advocating that there be no enlargement of the exist- 
ing quota limitations, thought might well be given to curtailing the 
numbers that now may come in annually without quota restriction 
from certain countries of the New World. From an administrative 
point of view, there are no difficulties in the way of such further 
quota restriction that could not be overcome, and the results appear 
altogether desirable. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 3 

The past 3 T ear has seen more successful enforcement of the immigra- 
tion laws than any heretofore, and there are several causes contribut- 
ing to this measure of success. The second year of experience with 
the immigration act of 1924 has enabled all officials concerned to 
perfect a better organization and ways and means for better adminis- 
tration; the various transportation interests have also gained added 
experience under the act and have shown increasing care in comply- 
ing with its terms. 

Under the early immigration acts, and before the quota restrictions, 
the problem before immigration officials was difficult enough but, 
compared with present-day laws, relatively simple. Arriving aliens 
were, so far as their great numbers permitted, carefully examined to 
determine whether they were members of certain excluded classes. 
Those who could not qualify were sent back. Aliens found to be 
unlawfully in the country were taken into custody and deported on 
warrant. But these problems, difficult enough to cope with, were 
immeasurably aggravated by the limiting of the numbers of aliens 
that might come in any fiscal year. Immediately there arose the 
problem of coping with the alien smuggler, and there was no force 
organized to guard our borders and seacoasts apart from the regular 
immigration forces, which already were fully engaged. For two 
years now the service has been supplemented by an immigration 
land-border and seacoast patrol; and the success that this force has 
attained in holding back those who would enter unlawfully while the 
regular immigration officials have pursued their usual duties has been 
remarkable. 

FOREIGN SERVICE 

One of the chief causes contributing to the success of the present- 
day administration of the immigration laws is the establishment of a 
foreign service; in other words, the detailing of experienced immi- 
gration officers to American consulates abroad in the capacity of 
technical advisers on immigration matters. At the same time, the 
Surgeon General of the Public Health Service has detailed medical 
examiners, similarly, to the American consulates to advise upon 
mental and physical defects under the immigration laws. There are 
now 21 immigration technical advisers at consulates abroad: In Eng- 
land 4, Norway 2, Ireland 3, Scotland 1, Belgium 1, Netherlands 1, 
Poland 1, Denmark 1, Germany 5, and Sweden 2. 

With the extension of this system there has been a marked decrease 
in rejections at ports of arrival in this country; significantly so at the 
port of New York, where the largest number of European travelers 
thus examined applies for entry. So successful has this method of 
inspection been that only 1,544 aliens out of a total of 270,074 apply- 
ing at that port have been excluded, or less than six-tenths of 1 per 
cent, while in the previous year, before this system had been fairly 
under way, 3,606 aliens, or 1.2 per cent, were deported out of a total 
of 276,646. It is conceivable, therefore, that from year to year, with 
the consequent perfecting of the method, a still smaller number of 
rejections will accompany arrival at United States ports. This is the 
end toward which the service has been working and it has, in a large 
measure, been accomplished. 
11530— 26 f 2 



4 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

The system has been of untold advantage in reducing the com- 
plaints which always attended the so-called "visitor cases," in that it 
has permitted the examination and release direct from the ship of 
aliens of the nonimmigrant classes, regardless of the accommoda- 
tions in which they arrived. The only nonimmigrant aliens required 
by this Government to be sent to the Ellis Island Immigration 
Station for examination are those who arrive in the third or steerage 
class and whose cases have not been passed upon by technical advis- 
ers prior to embarkation. 

At this point it may not be amiss to state that an effort has been 
made by the bureau to recommend for detail abroad as technical 
advisers only those who have had extended or specialized experience 
fitting them for such independent advisory duty. 

ADMISSION OF ALIENS 

In the past fiscal year 304,488 immigrant and 191,618 nonimmigrant 
aliens entered the United States, making a total of admissions of 
496,106. Against this, 76,992 emigrant and 150,763 nonemigrant 
aliens, a total of 227,755, left the United States. The actual increase 
in population through immigration, therefore, was 268,351, as 
compared with an increase in 1925 of 232,945, in 1924 of 662,557, in 
1923 of 472,820, and in 1922 of 87,121. 

In addition to the 496,106 aliens admitted during the year, 20,550 
applicants were denied admission and 1,030,679 alien seamen were 
examined, making a total of 1,547,335 aliens accorded immigration 
inspection in 1926. The number of all classes inspected in the 
previous fiscal year was 1,488,051, or 59,284 less than during the fiscal 
year just closed. 

Of the 304,488 immigrant aliens admitted in 1926, the countries of 
northwestern Europe, mainly Germany, Irish Free State, and Great 
Britain, sent 126,437, or 41.5 per cent, and southern and eastern 
Europe only 29,125, or 9.6 per cent. Canada contributed 91,019, or 
29.9 per cent, of the total immigrants for the year; Mexico, 43,316, or 
14.2 per cent; and the other countries, 14,591, or 4.8 per cent. While 
Canada and Mexico continued to furnish the bulk of immigration, 
neither country being subject to quota restrictions, there was a 
decrease in the past year of 9,876 from the former and an increase of 
10,352 from the latter, compared to the year 1925, when 100,895 
immigrants came from Canada and 32,964 from Mexico. 

One of the outstanding facts shown by the statistical record of 
the year is the seemingly more permanent character of immigration 
under the quota law. There were 10,174 more immigrant aliens 
admitted in 1926 than in 1925, while the total emigrant aliens de-" 
parted in 1926 was 15,736 less than the number of the same class 
leaving the country in the year 1925. In other words, only 25 
emigrants left for every 100 immigrants admitted in the past fiscal 
year. This is against 26 emigrant aliens departed for every 100 
immigrant aliens admitted in the five-year period 1921-1925; 55 for 
every 100 in 1916-1920; and 32 for every 100 in 1911-1915. In the 
case of several peoples, namely, Bulgarian, Chinese, Cuban, East 
Indian, Greek;, Italian, Magyar, and Turkish, the number leaving 
during these periods was more than one-half as great as the number 



BKBQRT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 5 

admitted to the United States. Among the peoples showing relatively 
a small number of emigrants are the German, Hebrew, Irish, Mexican, 
Scotch, and Welsh. 1 

REJECTION AT PORT OF ARRIVAL 

During the past year 20,550 aliens were found on arrival to be 
subject to the excluding provisions of the immigration laws and were 
accordingly refused admission to the United States. Over six- 
sevenths of this number were turned back at the land-border stations, 
the others having been rejected at the seaports. More efficient sifting 
of aliens abroad is shown in the percentage of rejections at the sea- 
ports compared with previous years. In the year 1926 only nine- 
tenths of 1 per cent of the total applicants at the seaports were 
rejected, or 2,987 aliens debarred out of 331,918 applicants. This is 
against 1.6 per cent in 1925 when 4,877 were denied admission out of 
302,542 applying, and 1.7 per cent, or 9,915 out of 574,244, in the 
fiscal year 1924. The major portion, or 79 per cent, of the total 
rejections at the seaports in the year 1926 was on account of lack of 
proper visa under the immigration act of 1924, and represented largely 
stowaways and seamen seeking permanent admission, as indicated 
by the large proportion of males among the debarred. During the 
past year, of the applicants for admission who had secured proper 
visas from American consuls, less than two out of every thousand, or 
two-tenths of 1 per cent, were found inadmissible. 

The following table shows the number of aliens debarred from 
entering the United States at the land-border stations and the seaports 
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, by principal causes and sex: 



Causes and sex 


Total 


Land- 
border 
stations 


Seaports 


Total « 


20, 550 


17,563 


2,987 








13, 933 

3, 590 

724 
682 
507 
452 
368 
94 
200 

14, 573 
5,977 


11, 579 

3,464 

721 

629 

198 

353 

340 

94 

185 

11.884 

5,679 


2,354 
126 






3 




53 




309 




99 




28 








15 


Male 


2,689 




298 







1 For more detailed comparative statistics of immigration and emigration during specified periods from 
1820 to 1926 see Tables 6S to 92, pp. 163-221. 



b REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Immigration quotas according to nationality proclaimed in pursuance of the immi- 
gration act of 1924, and number of aliens admitted and charged against such 
quotas, fiscal years ended June SO, 1925 and 1926 



Country or area 



Total 

Albania 

Arabian Peninsula... 

Armenia 

Australia, including 
Papua, Tasmania, 
and islands apper- 
taining to Aus- 

I traUa 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Cameroon (French).. 

China 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig, Free City of. 

Denmark 

Egypt 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain and 
Northern Ireland- 
Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland . 

India 

Iraq (Mesopotamia).. 

Irish Free State 

Italy, including 
Rhodes, Dodeka- 
nesia, and Castel- 
lorizzo 



Annual 


Number admitted 






quota 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 




year 


year 




1925 


1926 


164. 667 


145, 971 


157, 432 


100 


67 


98 


100 


1 


1 


121 


47 


68 


121 


118 


103 


785 


761 


763 


512, 


505 


503 


100 


89 


97 


100 
100 




3 

96 


99 


3, 073 


2,556 


3, 159 


228 


212 


223 


2,789 


2,523 


2,712 


100 


77 


98 


124 


113 


116 


471 


466 


468 


3, 954 


3,481 


3,836 


51, 227 


45, 760 


51, 032 


34, 007 


30, 461 


31, 186 


100 


95 


98 


473 


357 


471 


100 


64 


61 


100 


58 


98 


100 


21 


41 


28, 567 


27,112 


27, 590 


3,845 


2,662 


3, SOS 



Country or area 



Japan 

Latvia 

Liberia 

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania 

Luxemburg 

Monaco 

Morocco 

Netherlands 

New Zealand (includ- 
ing appertaining is- 
land).. 

Norway 

Palestine (with Trans- 
Jordan) 

Persia 

Poland.... _--- 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Russia, European and 

Asiatic 

Samoa, western 

San Marino 

South Africa, Union 

of 

Southwest Africa 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Syria and the Lebanon 

Turkey 

Yugoslavia 

All others ' 



Annual 
quota 




100 
142 
100 
100 
344 
100 
100 
100 
1.64S 



100 
6,453 

100 

100 

5. 9s2 

503 



2. •: is 

100 
100 

100 
100 
131 
9, 561 
2,081 
100 
100 

071 

1,500 



Number admitted 



137 
6 
20 
341 
95 
6 
17 
1,640 



'.11 


99 


6, 118 


6,291 


61 


93 


76 


97 


4,873 


6,386 


474 


493 


595 


601 


2,141 


2,158 


4 




18 


78 


94 


83 


1 


2 


127 


126 


8,961 


9, 233 


1,869 


1,910 


S3 


96 


96 


86 


489 


589 







1 Includes Afghanistan, Andorra, Bhutan, Cameroon (British), Ethiopia (Abyssinia), Muscat (Oman), 
Nauru (British), Nepal, New Guinpa, Ruanda and Urundi, Siam, Tanganyika (British), Togoland 
(British), Togoland (French), and Yap and other Pacific islands (under Japanesa mandate), with an 
annual quota of 100 each. 

Immigration quotas allotted to specified areas, and the number of aliens admitted 
and changed against such quota allotments, fiscal years ended June SO, 1925 
and 1926 





Annual quota 


Aliens admitted 


Area 


Number 
allotted 


Per cent 
of total 


Number 


Per cent of allot- 
ment 




1925 


1926 


1925 


1926 


Total. 


164, 667 


100.0 


145, 971 


157, 432 


88.8 


95.6 








140, 999 
21,847 

1,821 


85.6 
13.3 

1.1 


128, 452 
17,116 

403 


134, 960 
21, 857 

615 


91.1 
78.3 

22.1 


95.7 


Southern and eastern Kurope and Asia 

Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, and 


100.0 







REFORT 01 1'IIK COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION / 

Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 

and lf):-. J 6, by classes 1 



Number admitted 




Grand total admitted. 
Total nonimmigrants- 



Government officials, their families, attendants, servants, and employees. 

Temporary visitors for— 

Business - 

Pleasure 

In continuous transit through the United States 

To carry on trade under existing treaty 



Total nonquota immigrants. 



Wives of United States citizens 

Children of United States citizens... 

Residents of the United States returning from a visit abroad 

Natives of Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, 

Canal Zone, or an independent country of Central or South America 

Their wives 

Their children 

Ministers of religious denominations 

Wives of ministers.. 

Children of ministers 

Professors of colleges, academies, seminaries, or universities 

Wives of professors 

Children of 
Students... 



Veterans of the World War. 

Wives of veterans 

Children of veterans 



Quota immigrants (charged to quota) 145, 



157, 432 



i For more detailed statistics see Tables 42, 43 and 44, pp. 122, 127, 129. _ . 

8 1,349 aliens from quota countries who arrived before this act went into effect were admitted during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, making a total of 458,435 aliens admitted that year. 

8 Does not include aliens born in nonquota countries who were admitted as Government officials, visitors, 
transits, returning residents, etc. 

ORIENTAL IMMIGRATION 

The number of Japanese aliens admitted for the year 1926 was 
5,778. While this figure is greater than the number of Japanese 
entering the country in the year 1925, there were 84 fewer newcomers 
for permanent residence, or immigrant aliens, than were admitted in 
the previous year. The excess admissions of this race during the 
past year over the preceding one were largely returning residents, 
3,254 Japanese of this class having been admitted in 1926 compared 
with 2,010 in 1925. 

Aliens of the classes " ineligible to citizenship" admitted during 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, are shown by classes under the 
immigration act of 1924, and follows: 



8 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Aliens of the classes ineligible to citizenship admitted under the immigration act 
of 1924, by classes, fiscal year ended June 30, 1926 



Classes 


Chinese 


East 

Indian 


Japan- 
ese 


Korean 


Pacific 
Islander 




8,622 


242 


5,778 


82 


50 








6,520 


166 


2,345 


14 


46 






Government officials, their families, attendants, 


120 

393 

5, 583 

424 

2,102 


16 
142 

8 


516 
952 
656 
221 

3, 4:<3 








13 


44 








1 
68 






76 




4 






Residents of the United States returning from a 


1,757 
IS 
327 


21 
2 
53 


3,254 
72 
107 


21 
2 

4 5 


, 


M nisters and professors and their wives and children. 


" 2 







With especial reference to Chinese cases the situation has some- 
what clarified during the past year. During the fiscal year 1926 
there was admitted to the United States a total of 8,622 Chinese 
aliens, as against a total of 9,551 admitted during the fiscal year 
1925. These figures include 5,583 transits, 393 temporary visitors, 
and 1,757 resident Chinese returning from temporary visits abroad 
during the year 1926, as against 6,336 transits, 422 temporary visitors, 
and 1,975 returning resident Chinese, during the year 1925. 

The largest class of Chinese admitted to this country consists of 
citizens of the United States, 2,396 having been admitted in the 
fiscal year 1926 as against 3,023 in 1925. This is a surprising con- 
dition, in view of the fact that Chinese can not be naturalized and 
the number of Chinese women in this country is small, so that it is 
physically impossible for any considerable number of Chinese to have 
been born here. Many, doubtless the majority, have secured admis- 
sion through false testimony in courts or before the immigration 
officers at the ports of entry. Most of the newly arriving citizens 
are sons of fathers who were born in the United States. 

Although it is probable that many Chinese succeed in gaining 
admission on fraudulent claims, the control of Chinese immigration 
is generally well in hand. ) The Chinese population of the United 
States is decreasing and the number who secure admission is neg- 
ligible compared to the number that would undoubtedly arrive if 
the present restrictions were removed. The smuggling of Chinese 
over the land boundaries, which was a vexatious problem in the 
past, has been greatly reduced through the vigorous and effective 
campaign of the border patrol. 

The problem now presented is the detection of the fraudulent 
cases among the applicants for admission at the ports of entry. In 
the cases of sons of citizens and the minor children of merchants, 
the question of relationship may be determined only through long, 
involved examinations covering family history, relationship, village 
life, and other matters which should be of common knowledge to 
the applicant and his witnesses. 



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MEXICAN IMMIGRATION 

The total Mexican immigration to the United States during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, was 59,785, comprising 42,G38 
immigrant aliens, or newcomers for permanent residence in this 
country, and 17,147 nonimmigrants, aliens of the temporary class, 
either coming for a visit of less than a year or returning after a short 
absence from the United States. During the same period, 5,337 
Mexican aliens left the United States, practically all going to Mexico, 
3,158 being of the emigrant class and 2,179 of the nonemigrant class. 
The net increase contributed by Mexico to the alien population of 
the United States in the year just ended was 54,448. This is 9,430 
more than for the preceding fiscal year 1925 when the excess of the 
Mexican aliens admitted over departed was 45,018. 

While the real immigration of Mexicans — immigrant aliens — during 
the last fiscal year exceeded that of the preceding fiscal year by 10,260, 
or nearly 32 per cent, it was less than one-half the number of the same 
class admitted in the fiscal year 1924 and about two-thirds of that 
for the year 1923. The number of Mexican immigrant aliens admit- 
ted during these four years was 42,638 in 1926, 32,378 in 1925, 
87,648 in 1924, and 62,709 in 1923. 

The fundamental reason for the flow of Mexican immigrants to 
the United States is the same one which for nearly a century has 
attracted European aliens to our country — higher wages, better 
living conditions, more tranquillity; in short, greater opportunity. 
The immigration act of 1924 has curtailed the supply of common 
laborers, thereby increasing the demand, and the Mexican laborer, 
favored by the nonquota provisions of the act, is profiting by the 
situation thus created. Another potent factor inducing Mexican 
immigration is the proximity of the United States, a circumstance 
which makes for an especially large movement from the border 
States of Mexico to the United States. 

The immigration statistics also show that two-thirds of the Mexican 
immigrants admitted during the past year were over 21 years of age, 
and that six-sevenths of these were males. The ratio of all minors 
and adult females to adult males is approximately 4 to 5. Only one 
person out of every four was going to join his immediate family or 
other relatives already established in the United States, and in addi- 
tion the male married were three times the number of female married. 
These facts indicate that many of the Mexican wage earners are com- 
ing alone, leaving their families in Mexico. 

Of the 42,638 Mexican immigrant aliens admitted in the year 
1925-26, the unskilled workers predominate; 26,199 being classed as 
common laborers, 367 as farm laborers, and 564 as servants. The 
professional class numbered only 408, while 2,785 were skilled, 
840 miscellaneous; and 11,475 had no occupation, including women 
and children. As to the sex, age, and conjugal condition of these 
Mexican immigrants, 33,304 were male and 9,334 female; 4,856 were 
under 16 years of age; 9,694 were from 16 to 21 years old, and 28,088 
were adults. The male single numbered 17,974 and the female single 
4,326; the male married, 14,828, and the female married, 3,948; 
the male widowed, 497, and female 1,049. There were 5 male and 
11 female divorced. 



10 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

The 59,785 Mexicans recorded in the immigration statistics as 
admitted during the past fiscal year do not by any means represent 
the alien movement over the southern land border, as during the 
year 6,300,000, in round numbers, or an average of over one-half 
million aliens a month, went back and forth over the Mexican border. 

The census report shows that in 1890 the foreign-born population 
of the United States included 77,853 persons born in Mexico. Based 
on this figure, at 2 per cent the annual quota for Mexico would be 
1,557, if Mexico were to be limited by quota as European countries 
are under the present law. 

During the fiscal year 1926 a total of 60,620 natives of Mexico was 
admitted to the United States. Practically all (98 per cent) of these 
were Mexicans. As approximately 96 per cent of this total were 
admitted as nonquota immigrants under section 4(c) (natives of 
Mexico), 58,195, less the annual quota of 1,557, would have been 
affected had Mexico been a quota country during the past year. 
Undoubtedly, had the number admissible been limited by the quota, 
many of those who came in under section 4(c) could have and would 
have been admitted under other exempt classes. 

A total of 1,480 (915 male and 565 female) aliens of the Mexican 
race was debarred from entering the United States. The principal 
causes for these rejections were: Without immigration visa (726), 
likely to become a public charge (395), mentally or physically defective 
(131), unable to read (86), and criminal and immoral classes (63). 
In the same year, the number of Mexican aliens deported from the 
the United States after entering was 2,567. 

According to the Fourteenth Census of the United States, the 
number of persons born in Mexico, who resided in the United States 
in 1920, was 486,418. Since then the net increase of Mexicans through 
immigration was 369,480, making a grand total of 855,898 Mexicans 
now in the United States. In view of the very considerable number 
of Mexican aliens presumed to be illegally in this country, it is safe to 
say that over a million Mexicans are in the United States at the present 
time and, under present laws, this number may be added to practi- 
cally without limit. 

THE BUREAU 

It was to be expected that the administration of the immigration 
act of 1924 and the close cooperation necessary with the Department 
of State would result in a greater centralization of the immigration 
work. For that reason it is deemed proper at this time to speak of 
the duties and responsibilities which have fallen upon the bureau 
itself. There has been a material increase in the amount of work 
during the past year, as compared with previous years under the 
quota laws. The standard of excellence has been raised and main- 
tained. 

An interesting fact, in connection with the bureau's work, is the 
decrease in the number of appeals transmitted for aliens excluded at 
ports of entry. This is a natural result of the foreign inspection. It 
is observed that the appeals which do come forward are chiefly upon 
visa and illiteracy grounds, rather than for other causes under the 
1917 act, such as diseases, physical disabilities, mental infirmities, 
or persons likely to become public charges, and so on. This is a 
commentary upon the success of the act and the foreign inspection. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION H 

The number of applications to import contract labor has increased, 
and there is a growing tendency to apply for permission to import 
unskilled labor, of which there is undoubtedly a shortage in certain 
sections of the country, but for the importation of which there is no 
authority in law. The inquiries from all classes of residents con- 
cerning immigration questions, from all points of view, have greatly 
increased in volume, compensating for any decrease that may be 
noticed in other phases of the work pertaining to the admission of 
aliens. The interest in the subject generally would necessarily be 
expected to manifest itself in this manner. This increase represents 
a transfer of interest, also from the ports of entry to the country of 
origin abroad where the alien is waiting for his immigration visa. 
The immigrant does not set out until he and his relatives have been 
advised of the prospects of admission. 

While the law is being most carefully administered to prevent the 
entry of immigrants under the guise of visitors, there is no doubt that 
this exemption from the quota is being employed to secure permanent 
admission for those who can not obtain a place in the quota. The 
pressure in this direction is very great upon the consuls abroad, 
upon the immigration officers at ports, and upon the department. 

PERMITS TO REENTER 

During the fiscal year just closed, 119,254 applications were made 
by alien residents of the United States for permits to reenter the 
country after a temporary visit abroad. This is an increase of 
29,254 over the preceding year, when 90,000 such applications were 
received. As a result of the 119,254 applications received in the past 
year, 104,666 return permits were issued and 6,636 were refused. 
The refusals were mainly for failure on the part of the applicant to 
establish legal entry into the United States. The number of exten- 
sions granted during the same period on permits already issued was 
4,034. 

There has been a marked decrease in the number of applications for 
permits refused during the past year compared with the number 
refused during the previous year, the proportion falling from 20 per 
cent to 5 per cent of the number applied for. 

From the nature of the document issued, it is necessary that the 
work be kept current, and, to give an idea of the volume of work 
necessary in connection with issuing permits, it might be stated that 
over 65,000 separate pieces of correspondence were received during 
the past year. 

As a result of the activities of the permit division of the bureau in 
the issuance of permits and the granting of extensions, the sum of 
$326,100 was turned over to the disbursing office of the department 
for transmission to the Treasury. 

VISA PETITIONS 

The section of the immigration act of 1924 providing for the filing 
of a petition by a citizen of the United States in behalf of a wife, and 
unmarried children under 18 years of age, for issuance of nonquota 
visas, and for preferential status in the issuance of quota visas to 
unmarried children over 18 and under 21 years of age, for mother, 



12 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION" 

father, or husband, resulted in 23,856 petitions being filed with the 
Commissioner General of Immigration during the twelve-month 
period, a decrease of about 3,000 as compared with the preceding 
year. Of this number 18,659 were approved and approximately 
2,000 rejected. The petitions approved cover about 30,000 aliens. 

IMMIGRANT STUDENTS 

An increase of 458 is noted in the admission of nonquota immigrant 
students over the preceding fiscal year, which gives 1,920 admissions 
under section 4(e) of the immigration act of 1924 for the twelve months, 
ended June 30, 1926. This makes a total admission of immigrant 
students for the two years of 3,382, of which 400 have completed 
their studies and left the country, which latter number, although a 
small percentage of the total admissions under this section, is 
not surprising, as most students come with the expectation of remain- 
ing at least for a full course of four years. 

During the year 207 schools have been approved by the Secretary 
of Labor as institutions of learning at which nonquota immigrant 
students may study, making a total of 906 schools now on the list. 
Ninety-three applicants could not be given full approva 1 — many of 
them being training schools for nurses — but have been approved in 
individual cases upon the recommendation of the consul to whom 
application for a nonquota visa has been made. 

In spite of the fact that it was felt the student provision would be 
taken advantage of as an easy means of entering the United States 
with the hope of ultimately securing permanent admission, which 
belief was caused partly by the fact that no bonding provision existed 
for this class of cases, it has been necessary to issue warrants for but 
64 aliens who have failed to maintain a satisfactory student status. 
Of this number 13 have been deported, 17 have departed voluntarily, 

13 warrants were canceled, and the remaining cases have been held 
in abeyance for determination as to whether the alien is fulfilling 
the terms of his admission. It has been necessary to carry 15 of 
them as having disappeared without prospect of locating them. 

ADMINISTRATIVE FINES 

During the past fiscal year the department has rendered decisions 
as indicated in the statement appearing below. The total amounts 
shown will not correspond with the sum actually covered into the 
Treasury under the penal provisions of the immigration act, however, 
as the figures herewith include decisions up to and including the last 
day of the fiscal year, while the process of collection will delay the 
deposit of some of these fines in the Treasury until considerably 
after the close of the year. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 13 



Section 14 and section 36, act of 1917; $io each ■... 

Se< Hon 9, ac< of 1917, mentally or physically defective; $25 each 

Act of l«.i22, <'\vt ss ,;uota. *200 cacti 

. act of 1917, diseased, feeble-minded, insane, epileptic, etc.; $200 each. 

9, act of 1017. illiterate and geographically excluded; $200 each.... 

18. act of l'.M7; $S00 each 

5, actol : SO each 

if 1S24, mentally or physically defective; $2"0 each 

i ! i tl In. act of 11124; $1,000 each 

' of 11'21. s.1.000 each 

^iterate and geographically excluded, $1,000 each 

• . act of H21, diseased, etc.; $1,000 each 



Total. _. ___ 014. a 10 



Imposed 



$11. 4 10 

350 

28, 400 

4,000 

5, 000 

11,100 

1,500 

37, 750 

187,000 

153.000 

69,000 

180,000 



Passage money disposed of, $185,000 plus. 

It is evident that, as a result, or partly as a result, of administrative 
fines imposed in the past, steamship companies are taking greater 
care to prevent the transportation of inadmissible aliens. This is 
shown not only by the smaller number of fine cases coming before 
the department (though the amounts thereof are greater than in 
past years owing to change in the law) but by the evidence presented 
by the lines to prove their contention that they acted in good faith 
and did all that they could to ascertain whether the aliens on whose 
account fines are proposed were admissible, and that they did not 
accept them for passage until after it had been determined, so far 
as possible, that they would be permitted to land in the United States. 
Very few instances arise in which there is reason to suspect that 
the owners of the line, or those responsible for the operation of 
the ships, connive at violation. Most of the penalties, therefore, 
are imposed for errors or faults of omission rather than com- 
mission, the degree of diligence exercised being, in the department's 
opinion, less than that required by the law or by the facts in the 
individual cases. 

The detail abroad of technical advisers on immigration matters 
has done much to lessen the number of prospective or proposed 
fines, as these officers have examined aliens prior to embarkation 
and have not permitted those to embark who, in their judgment,, 
were inadmissible to this country. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

The Congress appropriated $5,851,705 for the conduct of the 
immigration Service and the administration of the various laws per- 
taining to immigration for the fiscal year 1926. The following state- 
ment shows the amount made available for each object: 

For the enforcement of laws regulating immigration into the United 

States $4,534,865 

Coast and land-border patrol 1, 150, 000 

For fiscal maintenance "and upkeep of immigration stations 75,000 

For salaries, Bureau of Immigration 91, 840 

Total c 5, 851, 705 

The net amount expended during the fiscal year 1926 for all pur- 
poses, after deducting refunds to the appropriation for expenditures 
not properly chargeable against the Government, was $5,685,173.46, 



14 EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

leaving an unexpended balance of $166,531.54. Taking into consid- 
eration the revenue to the Government incidental to the operation of 
the Immigration Service the past year, in amount, $4,229,499.06, the 
net cost of operating the Immigration Service for the past 12 months 
was $1,455,674.40, a very modest sum for the great results obtained 
and the importance to the country of the enforcement of the immi- 
gration laws. 

The following table shows the various sources of income and the 
amounts collected under each head: 

Immigration head tax (through customs districts) $3, 034, 322. 35 

Immigration fines (through customs districts) 620, 811. 74 

Collections for immigration permits to reenter the United 

States 326, 101. 83 

Forfeiture of bonds 127, 632. 47 

Forfeiture of bonds collected by Department of Justice 4, 455. 90 

Sale of exclusive privileges 1, 260. 66 

Sale of Government property 573. 95 

Miscellaneous collections 447. 41 

Care and treatment of aliens, Ellis Island Hospital, Public 

Health Service 113, 892. 75 

Total 4, 229,499.06 

A saving to the appropriation of $107,278 was made during the 
fiscal year 1926 as the result of a charge of 50 cents a day per alien 
collected from steamship companies and individuals for overnight 
maintenance of aliens at immigration stations. This plan was 
inaugurated February 16, 1922, and up to the close of June 30, 1926, 
$797,353 has been saved to the Government. 

PERSONNEL 

During the fiscal year 1926 several important changes affecting 
personnel were put into effect, the principal ones being the assign- 
ment of immigrant inspectors abroad and the enlargement and reor- 
ganization of the immigration border patrol. 

During the latter part of the fiscal year 1925 several immigrant 
inspectors were temporarily detailed to Great Britain and Ireland 
.for the purpose of determining the feasibility of examining prospec- 
tive immigrants abroad. The results obtained through this experi- 
ment proved highly successful and during the fiscal year 1926 the 
plan was permanently adopted and extended to a number of other 
foreign countries. Twenty-one such officers are now on duty in 
European countries. 

On July 1, 1925, the personnel of the coast and land-border patrol 
was 472. This force was reorganized and strengthened during the 
year until it reached a maximum of 632 on June 30, 1926, the average 
force for the year being 516. The additional men were assigned to 
duty at points along the eastern Canadian border, the State of Florida 
and the Gulf of Mexico. As a result of experience gained during 
the year, it is obvious that a force of at least 1,000 men is required 
to establish an effective enforcement of the immigration laws at all 
points and protect the country against alien smuggling activities. 

A survey of institutions and investigations conducted in the 
various immigration districts discloses that there are a considerable 
number of undesirable aliens in the United States unlawfully, many 
of them public charges. As a consequence, deportation work has 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 15 

materially increased. It is estimated that at least 150 additional 
immigrant inspectors are needed to take care of the increase in 
deportation work, and if this force can be provided, the men will 
be assigned to duty in cities having a large alien population, such as 
New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Detroit, and Boston. 

ELLIS ISLAND 

"Ellis Island,'' as the immigration station at the port of New York is 
best known, has always furnished one of the most difficult problems of 
administration. With the advent of the quota restrictions in 1921 
upon the number that might come through immigration channels, the 
difficulties at New York were intensified, so far as administrative 
officials were concerned, even though the volume of immigration was 
greatly reduced. Further and more complex laws and regulations, to 
which were added quota complications and passport technicalities, 
not to mention the aggravated competition of steamship interests, all 
combined to produce a situation that taxed the ingenuity and best 
efforts, not only of the commissioner of immigration at the port but 
also of the bureau and departmental heads at Washington. The 
further narrowing of the quotas brought about by the act of 1924 and 
the distribution of arrivals throughout the fiscal year made necessary 
certain readjustments in the way of equipment and personnel. The 
extension of the foreign inspection during the past year has also con- 
tributed further to lessen detentions at the port,, decrease the number 
of appeal cases, and generally to make unnecessary the maintenance 
of a large plant on the scale previously required. Administrative 
officials have made substantial progress in cutting down the excessive 
salary overhead and in reallocating the force without sacrificing 
efficiency or law enforcement. There has in fact been a net saving 
of $68,718.62 on salaries over the fiscal year 1925. Further efforts to 
adjust Ellis Island to present-day requirements will continue to be 
made, and, meanwhile, it is not too much to say that New York has 
a model immigration station, of which the country may well be 
proud. Often the object of unfavorable comment in former years, 
the year just past has witnessed a much more favorable popular 
attitude toward the station and its management. It is hoped that 
the term "Ellis Island" may in time be freed from any unpleasant 
significance in the thought of our own people and the minds of the 
newcomers to our shores, and that the greatest immigration station 
in the United States may realize for itself and for the country its 
fullest possibilities. Continued, intelligent, and cooperative adminis- 
tration will surely bring this about. A further reduction of the 
present force wherever possible is one of the problems that is receiv- 
ing the earnest thought of the bureau. It is hoped that a consider- 
able saving will be effected in the near future by the elimination 
of any surplus force. Constructive suggestions along this line are 
receiving most careful consideration. It is especially desirable that 
excess personnel at the Ellis Island immigration station be eliminated, 
for the reason that constantly increased demands, chiefly along the 
borders, require additions to the inspection forces there; indeed, a 
significant factor of the immigration situation at the present time is 
the transfer of activities from the seaport to the border stations. The 



16 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

quota restrictions, while in many respects serving to simplify the 
problems of administration at seaports, have greatly increased the 
duties of border immigration officers. 

BORDER PATROL 

As a consequence of the economic and industrial situation in other 
countries, the number of aliens that would enter the country were 
it not for the restrictive immigration laws is problematical. The 
number of applications received at the United States consulates 
indicates that the immigration to this country, if at present unre- 
stricted, would perhaps be the largest in our history. Many aliens 
finding themselves unable to obtain an immigration visa, and sur- 
rounded as they are by unfavorable conditions at home, naturally 
seek other means of gaining entry to the United States, where pros- 
perity awaits the toiler. It is moreover a more or less peculiar 
trait of human nature that we desire most those things of which we 
are deprived. The bureau is receiving constant reports of the large 
numbers of aliens who have left their home countries and have pro- 
ceeded to foreign contiguous territory, Cuba and elsewhere, with the 
one and only purpose of eventually gaining entry to this country. 
It is also known that there are agencies, international in their scope 
and operations, that are engaged in assisting aliens to effect unlawful 
entry, and the situation is one which requires constant vigilance, if 
we are to prevent the introduction into this country of large numbers 
of aliens of a highly undesirable type, who in defiance of our laws 
seek to settle in our midst. There are no means of determining 
whether these classes that seek to enter through the back door or 
by underground channels are infested with loathsome and conta- 
gious diseases; whether they seek to spread revolutionary doctrines; 
whether they have been released from penal institutions with the 
understanding that they will leave their country; and at all events 
the manner in which they go about to gain entry is an evidence 
that they have no respect for the laws of this country. Confronted 
by a situation of this kind, it is most fortunate that Congress made 
provision for the establishment of an immigration border patrol 
service. A brief history of the formation of this patrol force was 
given in the last annual report of the bureau. At that time there 
was connected with it an authorized force of 472 employees. As the 
efforts to thwart the purpose of the immigration laws are constantly 
increasing, it has become more and more apparent that the immi- 
gration patrol force must extend its operations, and consequently 
constant efforts have been made to increase the number of officers 
identified with it. 

Originally this force operated exclusively along the land bound- 
aries, but it soon became apparent that to control the situation 
officers must be stationed in Florida and in other places along 
the sea and Gulf coasts, and accordingly the force has been 
added to until it now numbers 632 employees. When it is taken 
into consideration, however, that our land boundaries extend for 
several thousand miles on the north and south, and with Cuba 
and other islands- — to which aliens have proceeded for no other 
purpose than to surreptitiously enter this country — only compara- 
tively short distances removed from our seacoasts, a force of even 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIOFEB GENBEAIi OF IMMIGRATION 17 

600 men is certainly not adequate to protect the country properly 
from an unlawful alien invasion. The hope is expressed, and it is 
confidently believed, that as the needs for extending the service 
become apparent to our lawmakers, they will supply the necessary 
funds to bring this force up to the standard in point of numbers and 
equipment, that will render it effective against any means that may 
be employed by aliens and others to circumvent the law. By this 
it is not meant that the situation is out of control at the present 
time. On the contrary, the immigration border patrol force has 
been so well organized and the officers identified with it so zealous 
in the performance of their duties that, notwithstanding the fact 
that a greater number of aliens are seeking unlawful entry, it is 
confidently believed that fewer of them are succeeding than in former 
years. The force must be increased, however, in proportion to the 
efforts made by aliens, organizations, and individuals to circumvent 
the law. The growing number of highways crossing the inter- 
national boundaries and their increasing use by visitors from one 
country to the other create an added burden upon the service to 
turn back the undesirable alien and defeat the efforts of the smuggler. 
With the ever-increasing speed of land and water vehicles, to say noth- 
ing of the quite common use of aircraft, the advantages of the smug- 
glers are ever increasing, and while I do not go so far as to raise the 
cry, which was heard throughout the world during the late war, of men 
and more men, I do believe that there is a pressing necessity for a 
force of at least 1,000 employees in the border patrol. As an illus- 
tration of the effectiveness of this service the following table contains 
a brief summary of its activities and accomplishments : 

Principal activities of immigration border -patrol, fiscal year ended June 30, 1926 

CHARACTER OF WORK 

Number 

Persons questioned and pedestrians examined 2, 299, 224 

Persons apprehended and delivered to other officials 5, 580 

Aliens turned back 8, 103 

Alien smugglers captured 331 

Smuggled aliens captured 3, 382 

Investigations made 8, 049 

Warrants of arrest served 1, 250 

Miles patroled, total 3, 082, 500 

By motor 2,768,789 

By boat 758 

Bv horse 19,557 

Afoot 293,396 

INSPECTION OF TRAINS, MOTOR VEHICLES, ETC. 

Freight and passenger trains examined 179, 881 

Passengers on same (estimated) , 2, 062, 000 

Automobiles and busses examined 629, 282 

Boats and other conveyances examined 38, 370 

Passengers on above 2, 087, 912 

SEIZURES 





Number 


Estimated 
value 




537 

241 


$311,400 




174,000 




461,000 









18 REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

The amount of liquor seized represents seizures for only three 
months, namely, April, May, and June, as statistics prior to that 
time are not available. A fair estimate for the fiscal year would be 
approximately 400,000 quarts. This liquor was turned over to 
prohibition officers and other agencies engaged primarily in the 
enforcement of the prohibition law. During these three months, in 
addition to seizures made, 56 persons were arrested for liquor smug- 
gling and turned over to the prohibition squad by immigration officers. 
It should be understood that officers identified with the Immigration 
Service, particularly the border patrol, do not confine their efforts to 
the prevention of alien smuggling but engage in the enforcement of 
all Federal laws which have to do with the unlawful introduction 
into this country of contraband. 

The work in which patrol officers are engaged is an extremely 
hazardous one and already quite a number of officers have lost their 
lives in the line of duty. In some sections of the country they are 
not infrequently fired upon from ambush, and it is a tribute to their 
courage that in spite of these dangers they carry on with unwavering 
zeal. From statements made by smugglers who have been captured 
the force is generally recognized by this unlawful element as one which ^ 
carries with it a constant menace to their successful operations. The 
files of the bureau are replete with reports of the many valiant acts 
performed by officers connected with the patrol force, and if space 
permitted some of them would be incorporated into this report, in 
order that the people at large might be made acquainted with the 
work which, they are performing and the dangers with which they are 
confronted. Only recently one of the officers on the Mexican bound- 
ary became suspicious of two Mexican youths, and through his 
resourcefulness it was brought to light that these two youths had just 
previously murdered an American citizen traveling by automobile 
over a lonely road, thrown his body into a cavern, and confiscated 
the machine that he was driving, which they had subsequently 
wrecked. This is only one of many instances where the officers 
have been instrumental in bringing law violators to justice. They 
are in many respects, therefore, not only the guardians of our bound- 
ary, but to a certain extent at least they safeguard the interests of 
the people of the communities in which they operate. 

The bureau is justly proud of this force and its accomplishments, 
and I take this occasion to pay a compliment to the high character 
of the officers and employees identified with it. 

DEPORTATION OF ALIENS UNDER WARRANT 

The deportation of undesirable aliens found to be unlawfully in the 
United States has developed into one of the most important functions 
of the Immigration Service. This is substantiated by the fact that 
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, there were deported from 
the United States 10,904 aliens, including those permitted to reship 
one way foreign and otherwise depart from this country in lieu of 
deportation, and consisting of practically all nationalities and classes. 
This number exceeds that for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by 
1,409 and is the greatest number deported in any year since the 
establishment of the Immigration Service. The number deported 
in each month during the year was as follows: 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 19 



Julv J 919 

Augusl 940 

September 855 

( )etol >er 909 

November 835 

December 595 

January 532 



February 

March. . . 

April 

May 

June 



342 


938 


1,052 


1,063 


1,924 



Total 10,904 



It will be observed that during the month of June, 1,924 undesirable 
aliens were deported. This was also a record breaker, that number 
being the largest ever deported in a single month in the history of 
the bureau. % 

It will also be observed from the foregoing monthly figures that 
there was a marked increase in the activities of the service beginning 
with the month of March, 1926. This resulted from additional funds 
being made available by Congress for use of the service in conducting 
investigations and for the transportation and deportation of aliens 
found unlawfully within the United States. 

Included in the number of undesirable aliens disposed of through 
deportation proceedings during the fiscal year just closed were 1,087 
who were permitted to reship one way foreign as* members of crews 
of vessels in lieu of deportation and in fulfillment of the terms of the 
warrants of deportation in their respective cases, 560 who were per- 
mitted to reship after arrest and in time to obviate the necessity for 
issuing warrants of deportation, and 868 who were permitted to 
depart voluntarily at their own expense to other than foreign con- 
tiguous territory, in lieu of deportation. In ridding the country of 
these aliens in this way a saving to the Government of between 
$250,000 and $300,000 was effected. 

Of the number of aliens removed from the country as outlined in 
the foregoing paragraphs, 2,077 were returned to Canada and 2,588 
to Mexico. The remainder, with the exception of 589 Asiatics and 
a small percentage of South Americans and Africans, were deported 
to European countries. 

The number of aliens permitted to reship one way foreign in lieu 
of being deported from the respective ports was as follows : 

Portland, Me 

Baltimore 

New York (barge office)-.. 32\ 
New York (Ellis Island). __ 391] 

Philadelphia 

Norfolk 

Jacksonville 

Boston 

New Orleans 

Galveston 

Of the cases originating in the San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso, 
San Antonio, and Galveston districts, 750 were deported through the 
port of Galveston, Tex., instead of conveying them to New York, 
thereby effecting a saving to the Government of about $52,500. 



10 
90 


Los Angeles 


80 

__ _. 123 


423 


Portland, Oreg 


69 

41 


311 

41 

25 

14 

101 

302 


Montreal 

San Juan, P. R 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Total 


8 

4 

5 


1,647 



20 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 





Number deported 




1924 


1925 


1926 


Total.,. 


6,409 


9,495 


10,904 




126 
301 
107 
573 
423 
343 
194 
170 
303 
789 


167 
261 
249 
1,072 
469 
750 
279 
250 
554 
796 


203 




311 




198 




1,429 




468 




855 




200 




175 


Irish 

Italian -- 


494 
939 




1,091 1.751 


2,567 




190 

251 

315 

1,233 


512 

463 

324 

1,598 


548 


Scotch 


424 




446 




1,647 







Over one-half of the number of aliens deported in 1926 entered the 
country over the northern or southern land boundaries, 3,341 coming 
from south of the Rio Grande and 2,904 from Canada. At the 
Atlantic seaports S,539 entered and 470 landed at Gulf of Mexico 
ports; 617 at Pacific ports; and 33 at ports in the outlying possessions 
of Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto Rico. Of the 10,904 aliens deported 
this year, 5,088 were sent to European countries, 2,588 to Mexico, 
2,077 to Canada, 589 to Asia, and the remaining 562 to Cuba and the 
other countries. Of the year's deportees, 2,039 were returned at the 
expense of the steamship companies bringing them to our shores. In 
the cases of 6,910 aliens the Government paid the transportation 
charges, mainly to Canada and Mexico, where little or no expense 
was incurred beyond the border. 2 

In the transportation and deportation of aliens the bureau con- 
tinues to practice the maximum of economy and with that end in 
view judiciously controls the movement of deportees from point to 
point within the States as well as en route foreign. During the fiscal 
year under discussion it authorized the movement of 60 large groups, 
or parties, of aliens to ports of deportation, 30 of which were trans- 
continental, handling over 4,000 aliens by this method. Through 
negotiation with the various railroads and steamship lines these 
deportation parties were moved at the lowest obtainable rate and a 
saving of fully $12,000 thereby effected. 

The principal causes of deportation during the fiscal year just 
ended were: 



Total 10,904 



Insanity, epilepsy 796 

Loathsome or dangerous conta- 
gious disease 100 

Other physical conditions 90 

Other mental conditions 257 

Likely to become a public 

charge i 887 

Professional beggars and va- 
grants 2 

Assisted aliens 42 

Accompanying aliens 1 

Under 16 years of age (unac- 
companied by parent) 54 



Unable to read (over 16 years 

of age) 494 

Contract laborers 27 

Criminals 793 

Immoral classes 412 

Had been deported within one 

year 131 

Entered without inspection 902 

Under Chinese exclusion act 178 

Under per centum limit act of 

1921 (excess quota) 536 

Under section 17 of immigra- 
tion act of 1924 256 

Without proper visa under im- 
migration act of 1924 4, 582 

All other causes 364 



For further details see Tables 48 and 49 pp. 139, 143. 



REPORT OF II IK COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 21 

The average cost of deportation was about $75 per alien, which is 
considered very low in view of the amount of labor and the intricacies 
connected therewith. 

A survey conducted by the bureau discloses that there are approxi- 
mately GO, 000 undesirable aliens confined in State and Federal insti- 
tutions against whom deportation proceedings have not been insti- 
tuted. Of this number it is estimated that approximately 10,000 
are subject to deportation under the existing statute. The support 
of these aliens in our institutions is an immense burden upon the 
se"\ eral States, and relief should be given at the earliest possible 
moment. Tens of thousands of aliens are, no doubt, in this country 
illegally — visitors who have overstayed their time, deserting seamen, 
aliens who smuggled across the land boundaries, and the like. The 
bureau's records show that at the close of the fiscal year 1926, there 
were pending 5,318 cases in which warrants of deportation had been 
issued, the largest number for a similar period on record. Of this 
number 499 were detained at immigration stations and 1,192 in 
jails or hospitals, at the expense of the immigration appropriation; 
595 detained at the expense of other Government services; 1,438 
at the expense of States and cities; 1,594 released on bond. 

It is quite obvious that there is a vast amount of warrant and 
deportation work ahead of the bureau, and only an adequate appro- 
priation of funds and suitable legislation are needed to carry it on 
effectively. 

NEW LEGISLATION 

The past year has seen three important legislative changes 
which I believe warrant comment. 

The act of May 26, 1926, relating to alien veterans of the armed 
forces of the United States during the period of the World War is of 
very wide application, and under it provision is made for the admis- 
sion of such veterans not only without regard to the quota but also 
without regard to many of the general provisions of the law. In 
addition, their wives and minor children accompanying or following 
to join them within six months are exempted from the quota. It is 
estimated that there were in 1924 from 12,000 to 15,000 such veterans 
in Italy alone. It is believed that this number represents the largest 
group in any one country, but the figures for the coming year will be 
interesting indeed in showing the effect of this relaxation of our 
restrictive policy. It will enable many expatriated naturalized 
American citizens to return, with the families they have acquired 
abroad, and will, no doubt, prove an important exception to the 
quota law. The burden of administering this act falls directly upon 
the Consular Service. 

In its effect upon the admission of immigrants exempt from the 
quota, the act of July 3, 1926, pertaining to the wives and children 
of ministers and professors who entered the United States before July 
1, 1924, was next in importance. Under it, for a period of one year, 
this class of immigrant may be admitted upon showing that the 
husband and father entered in pursuit of the exempt vocation. This, 
I am glad to say, is in accord with a recommendation which I included 
in my annual report for the fiscal year 1925, and I am certain that 
the opportunity may well be given, if only for so limited a period, 
for these relatives to qualify under our laws for admission. 



22 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

By another act, of May 26, 1926, Congress has provided for the 
admission to Porto Rico without regard to the immigration act 
of 1924, subject, however, to the burden of proving their status, of 
Spanish residents of that territory who elected to retain their Spanish 
citizenship under the treaty of April 11, 1899, between the United 
States and Spain. This measure, while entirely just in its application 
to these residents of Porto Rico, is not of broad application. 

I regard the air commerce act of 1926 as the most far-reaching 
act of the last session of Congress, in its effect upon future immigra- 
tion, and at the present time I am inclined to the opinion that far- 
reaching changes in the law and regulations will be necessary to give 
this act effect at designated air ports of entry for aliens. The draft- 
ing of regulations for the purpose is under way, and I may say that 
the bureau has already received proposals for the establishment of 
three air lines for the carrying of passengers across our land and coast 
boundaries. I regard it as essential that there be close cooperation 
between the Departments of State, Treasury, Commerce, and Labor 
in the efficient and economical administration of this act. 

LEGISLATION RECOMMENDED 

The preparation of this report affords me the opportunity of 
bringing to your attention ways in which I believe the immigration 
situation may be still further improved, and our administration of 
what has now become a complex body of law made more efficient. 
Some of the following were made heretofore: 

First. Subdivisions (b), (c), (d), and*(e) of section 11 of the immi- 
gration act of 1924, under which the allotments will be determined 
according to national origin rather than by country of birth, should be 
rescinded. The advantages of the present method, for administrative 
purposes, are its simplicity and certainty and the further fact that it 
is well established by practice for more than five years, the allotments 
under the previous quota law having been thus ascertained. 

Second. A quota should be fixed for natives of countries of the 
Western Hemisphere, and section 4 (c) amended accordingly. The 
stream of immigration of these peoples should quite properly be 
checked to accord with the limitations which have been placed upon 
the migration of our parent stock from Europe. The design of the 
present law is obviously to bring to our shores in reasonable numbers 
the races and peoples from which we are descendants, and we are not 
justified at the same time in permitting the unlimited flow of im- 
migrants from this hemisphere. 

Since the beginning of the quotas in 1921, a total of approximately 
900,000 natives of nonquota countries have been admitted. If 
quotas were fixed for those countries only something over 100,000 
might have entered for permanent residence. 

Third. A permit to reenter the United States, once issued to an 
alien resident, should be made prima facie evidence of his right to 
return, barring fraud or disease. We should treat the alien who is 
legally within our gates with the utmost fairness. To give an alien 
a permit to reenter, which he has a right to believe entitled him to 
readmission, and then to bar him because of some requirement — which 
he has previously met and passed — is an injustice of which no gov- 
ernment should be guilty, and gives rise to a great deal of justifiable 
criticism of our governmental methods. 



REPORT OF THK CQMJMEISSIQNEB GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 23 

Fourth. While not an onu -rgent matter, omission from section 15 
of authority for the immigration officers at ports of entry to require 
a bond for the admission of immigrant students is a defect which was 
not foreseen, and which should be remedied if any change at all is 
made. Great liberality should be shown to those who seek to avail 
themselves of our educational institutions, but at the same time I feel 
that the bureau should have the opportunity, when it deems neces- 
sary, to exact a bond that the immigration law shall not be violated 
by those who come as students. The present situation works to the 
disadvantage of the alien in obliging the port officials to exclude a 
doubtful case, whereas if bond conditions were possible, as we now have 
for nonimmigrants under section 3, it would enable the port officials 
to resolve any doubt in favor of the applicant. 

Fifth. A nonquota status in the issuance of immigration visas 
should be given to the parents, to the husband, and to the children 
between the ages of 18 and 21 of citizens of the United States. The 
number to be benefited by this relaxation of, our policy is not large 
and considerations of fairness and humanity fully support my recom- 
mendation. Certainly American wives should have the right to 
petition for nonquota status for their alien husbands just as we now 
confer the right upon American husbands to petition for nonquota 
status for their alien wives. 

Sixth. A refund of passage money should not be made, as it now is, 
to an alien who by his own fraud and deceit has prevailed upon a" 
steamship company to bring him, although inadmissible, to a United 
States port, and I believe that the law should be amended accordingly. 

Seventh. A general discretion with regard to the excluding pro- 
visions of the immigration laws should be vested in the Secretary of 
Labor to readmit expatriated native and naturalized citizens. 

Eighth. Some consideration has already been given to the enact- 
ment of a law providing for the forfeiture and seizure by the Immi- 
gration Service of vehicles used in smuggling, or attempting to 
smuggle, aliens into the United States. A measure similar to the 
one under which customs seizures are now made should be enacted 
and would unquestionably prove not only a great deterrent to smug- 
gling activities but also be of great assistance to immigration and 
border patrol officers in providing vehicles for their use in the 
performance of their duties. 

Ninth. We have given much consideration to the alien applicant 
for admission, and I feel that our difficulties from that point of view 
are well on the way toward solution. There remains, however, the 
problem of the alien already within the boundaries who has not com- 
plied with the law. My sympathy goes out to those who have taken 
up their permanent residence here and who, from all points of view, 
are desirable as citizens, except for some technical irregularity in the 
record of their entry which occurred before any quota restriction 
became effective. Legislative provision should be made to legalize 
the residence of these people by nunc pro tunc examinations before 
immigrant inspectors and officers of the Public Health Service, thus 
dispensing with the unnecessary hardship of departure and 
reapplication under the existing quotas. 

Tenth. I further believe that if a measure providing for legaliza- 
tion of the residence of certain aliens is enacted, it should confer a 
discretion upon the Secretary of Labor to permit the permanent 



24 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

residence here of political refugees who are now in the country under 
a nonimmigrant status. 

Eleventh. I wish again to stress the need for a broader measure 
providing for the deportation of aliens who entered without inspec- 
tion and of alien criminals and public charges, and to emphasize that 
some penalty in addition to deportation should be imposed upon those 
who attempt to gain admission surreptitiously or by false and mis- 
leading statements. 

Twelfth. Apropos of the above, I should like to invite your par- 
ticular attention to the recommendations which you will find earlier 
in this report, that an addition of 150 immigrant inspectors to our 
present force be made possible and that the border patrol force be 
increased to 1,000. 

Thirteenth. As a protection to those who are legally here and to 
discourage attempts to gain admission in violation of our statutes, 
authority and funds should be given the department to make a 
country-wide survey and registration of our alien population, and 
to institute a registration system for newcomers. We can not more 
than estimate the number who are here unlawfully and who are 
daily effecting entry surreptitiously and by means of false and mis- 
leading statements; but with the result of such a survey and registra- 
tion we could approach Congress with the proper recommendations 
for legislative control of the alien problem. 

Fourteenth. The very nature of the services performed by immigra- 
tion officers requires that they be subject to transfer at will throughout 
35 immigration districts, including Hawaii and Porto Rico, and in 
justice to them and to the service at large provision should be made 
for the payment of their traveling expenses and the expense of mov- 
ing their families and effects in the line of duty. 

Fifteenth. Reference to the statistics in the earlier portion of the 
report will show that the number of alien visitors or nonimmigrants 
admitted each year is impressive. With the careful scrutiny that their 
cases are given by the consuls abroad, assisted by technical advisers, 
and also at the ports of entry, I doubt that any considerable num- 
ber are utilizing this exemption as a means to evade the quota. 
However, I do feel that there is undoubtedly a certain percentage of 
this number whose admission as visitors is doubtful, and in addition 
there are many who in good faith alter their intention after visiting 
the country and take up permanent residence here. To keep a check 
upon these latter cases and to insure their departure we should have 
an additional inspection and clerical staff. The additional personnel 
would not amount to any considerable number and their efforts 
would have a salutary effect upon further attempts of that nature, 
and would do much to educate the public in this feature of the law, 
which is possibly not clearly understood. A system of keeping check 
on visitors would enable the department to be more liberal in ex- 
tending the time allotted an alien visitor. 

Sixteenth. It is exceedingly desirable, in view of the great exten- 
sion of the bureau's activities, and especially of the vast amount of 
accounting for small amounts made necessary in connection with the 
issuance of reentry permits under section 10 of the immigration act 
of 1924, that sufficient appropriation be provided to enable the bureau 
to install a detailed modern accounting system. The bureau has 
handled for the past year over $300,000 in $3 amounts, in connec- 



REPORT OF TDK COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 25 

tion with the issuance of reentry permits alone. With the available 
personnel it is simply impossible to conduct the proper audit of the 
bureau's business the way it should be conducted in accounting for 
Government funds. 

The bureau is responsible in one way or another for over a million 
dollars annually, and these very considerable receipts should be 
safeguarded by a proper modern accounting system. 

Seventeenth. In conclusion, let me urge a codification of the com- 
plex body of laws under which we are now working. Immigration 
legislation dates back to the early part of the nineteenth century, 
and our laws are administered in correlation to many other measures 
pertaining to naturalization, passports, and citizenship. The need 
for such codification has long been manifest, and I feel that if this 
were accomplished it would be of the greatest possible assistance 
practically to every officer and employee of a service which has now 
grown to one of the most important in the Government. Any revision 
or codification of the law should have as its basis the act of 1924 and 
bring into conformity with this act all other pertinent legislation. 

CONCLUSION 

In concluding this report, I desire to make special mention of the 
fine spirit of cooperation which has characterized the Immigration 
Service during the past year. The enforcement of the immigration 
laws to-day is a task sufficient to engage the best efforts of the force 
now available. I feel that the result attained has been a most favor- 
able one. The various district heads and their assistants, the rank 
and file of the inspection force, and clerical staff have all contributed 
to make it possible for the bureau to function w^th remarkable ease 
during what I regard as the most notable year in immigration history. 
Practically the entire field force has been compelled to work overtime 
week days and often on Sundays and holidays. They are entitled 
to the gratitude of the country at large as well as the bureau and the 
department. Substantial progress has been made toward better 
organization, and another year will increasingly show this improve- 
ment. I wish also to express my deep appreciation of the coopera- 
tion of the Consular Service, Public Health officials, Customs Service, 
and officials of the various other governmental departments, all of 
whom have shown a real spirit of cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Harry E. Hull, 

Commissioner General. 



APPENDIX 



STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION 



11530— 26t 3 27 



. 



APPENDIX— STATISTICS OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 1. — Aliens admitted, departed, debarred, and deported, and United States 
citizens arrived and departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1925 and 1926, by 
ports 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



Non- 
immi- 
grant 



United 
States 
citi- 



Aliens 

de- 
barred 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Non- 
emi- 
grant 



United Aliens 
States I de- 
citi- ported 



zens 
de- 
parted 



after 
land- 



All ports 

Total Atlantic. 

New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Baltimore, Md 

Canadian Atlantic. .. 

Portland, Me 

New Bedford. Mass.. 

Providence, R. I 

Newport News, Va.. 

Norfolk, Ya 

Savannah, Ga 

Miami, Fla 

Key West, Fla 

Other Atlantic 



Total Gulf of Mexico. 



Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla... 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La. 
Galveston, Tex... 
Other Gulf 



Total Paciflc- 



San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Canadian Pacific 

Mexican border seaports. 

Total land border.. 



Canadian border. 
Mexican border _. 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico. 



294, 314 164, 121 



458,435 339,239 



25, : 



2,728 132,762 



225, 490 324, 323 



154,410 118,030 



272, 440 278, 040 



(.492 
9,023 


ioo, s>29 

2, 839 


4(Ki 


322 


68 


24 


5,577 


3,622 


129 


36 


9 


73 


948 


1,489 


4 


11 


15 


11 


1 


2 


43 


1,163 


686 


7,373 


6 


236 


1,026 


4,827 



23S, 321 ! 

11,862 

731 



165 

82 
2,4371 

15. 
26 



3,606 



i, 673 



942 
61 

9,536 
29 
39 

1,236 



1, 675 
""34 



1,842 

2 

39 

3,717 

249 

4 



11,798! 15,341 



609 

4 

5,042 

34, 299 j 

284! 



78 



127 
7, 948 
671 i 
6. 

10, 152 



2,997 
147 
123 
58 
33 
2 
17 
21 
15 
71 
36 
12 
50 
24 

372 



71,585 84,758 
5,071j 2,776 
102 



1,804 
11 
47 

1,274 



1 

454 

1,107 



2, 735 4, 
130 
26 
394 1, 



343 242. 573 
5,417 
626 1, 287 



4 
1, 940 2, 
8, 428 9, 

2 

2,656 3, 



5,136 

31,288 

271 



557[ 2, 221: 2, 
73 250 



5,G61 ! 

1; 

2,220 

3,128 

488 

25, 981 



3,485 



6| 

3,453l 1,926 

3,267; 1,508 

727 1.113 

50.770J 34,962 



13,642 18,880 13,068 



2,478 7,820 10, 
10 81 

763' 3, 

682! 2, 258 2, 

689! 1,720! 2, 

4,213 10.775! 14, 



4, 031 J 7,255 



127, 60 

2, 395 3, 978 
1,509 3,217 



)li,(;7,- 
1,458 



1.83C 

2,377 



9, 
1,450 



564; 2,911 
148J 1- 476 



2, 

1,508 

3. 232 



37 24 

, 475 2, 668 
, 6241 3, 351 



,646 



1,952 
215 
125 

44 



21 
21 
379 



140 
10 

211 



1 These aliens are included among aliens departed, they having entered the United States, legally or 
illegally, at ihe ports indicated, and later deported. 

29 



30 REPORT 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 30, 1925 and 1926, by 
ports — Continued 



All ports. 



Total Atlantic . 



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. 



Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla. .. 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La. 
Galveston, Tex_. 
Other Gulf 



Total Pacific. 



San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Canadian Pacific 

Mexican border seaports 



Total land border. 



Canadian border. 
Mexican border.. 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico. 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- 
grant 



4,275 

42 

2 

1,214 

8 

13 

7 

150 

1,167 



517 
1 
29 
744 
194 
1 

4,104 



2,144 
10 

1,444 
133 
373 



91.781', 
42, 496 



Non- 
immi- 



191,618 496,106 



119.241 
3,340 
311 
23 
3,440 
33 
162 



5, 336 



2,992 
163 

1 



5 
2,108 
3,213 

455 

32, 893 



332, 137 



R8, 5.30 

11,365 

377 

59 

7,715 

75 

164 

3,075 



14 
1,596 

s. 258 
26 

6,822 



263, 170 

7,577 

229 

215 

9, 

33 

36 

1,5 

2 

278 

2 

6,851 

43, 329 

35 



3, 736 
357 

2 

16, 780 



15 

3, 552 
3.346 



14,446:1 

18,4471 



6, 232 
0.943 



2,249 
1,378 



137 
2,417 
1,496 



United 
States 
citi- 
zens 
ar- 
rived 



io, 



9, 533 

683 

4 

10,310 



1.096 
1.257 
1,228 



10,625 
811 



36 
2, 057 
3,644 



Aliens 

de- 
barred 



1,544 

77 
123 



Aliens departed 



Emi- 
grant 



76, 992 



4, 660 
64 
27 

1,166 
9 
11 



9 
30 

87 
24 

I 
347| 

38 
6 
34 

227 
32 
10 



1,996 
407 
422 



Non- 
emi- 
grant 



150, 763 



38, 173 

4,037 

39 



1,915 

33 

1 

403 



3 

5 
1,764 
8, 343 

1 

2.734 



103 

27 

3,081 

42 

12 

1,429 



27 
1,772 



2,128 
2,064 
1,846 



39 

2,258 
943 



United Aliens 
de- 
ported 
after 
land- 
ing' 



citi- 
zens 
de- 
parted 



372,480 10,904 



7,781 
162 
175 

5, 
12 

45 ; 



6,365 

40, 692 

21 

10,403 



42 
9,173 



9,539 

78 

4,124 

2,471 



18, 672 



11, 193 
4.479 



6,274 
34 
2,346 
1,355 
2, 903! 

12, 138 



3,539 



112 

6,245 



470 
7, 170| 



2,904 
3,341 



21| Hi 

4, 132j 3,069! 
1,7611 4,0901 



' These aliens are included among aliens departed, they having entered the United States, legally or 
illegally, at the ports indicated, and later deported. 



KEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 31 

Table 2. — Net increase or decrease of population by admissio7i and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June SO, 1923, 1924, 1925, and 1926, by semiannual 
periods and months 





1923 


Month 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 

(+)or 

decrease 

(-) 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 


Total fiscal year 


522, 919 


150,487 


673, 406 


81, 450 


119, 136 


200, 586 


+472, 820 




271, 732 


80, 865 


352, 597 


55, 139 


66, 401 


121, 540 


+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 


+22, 408 




+35, 534 




+49, 755 




+53, 355 




+44, 851 




+25,154 




+241, 763 








28, 773 
30, 118 

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 


+26, 751 




+29, 916 




+42, 700 


April . 


+51, 372 




+50, 520 




+40, 504 









706, 896 


172,406 


879, 302 


76, 789 


139, 956 


216, 745 


+662, 557 








499, 863 


85, 336 


585, 199 


44, 299 


75, 910 


120, 209 


+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 


+76, 327 




+83, 218 




+91, 334 




+82, 371 




+86, 861 




+44, 879 


Total 6 months . 


+ 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 


+29, 942 




+29, 157 




+36, 671 


April... 


+39, 625 


May 


+28, 124 




+34. 048 







Total fiscal year 

Total 6 months. 

July 

August 

Septemher 

October 

November 

December 

Total 6 months. 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 



294,314 164,121 458,435 



147, 737 



11,661 
23, 290 
27, 941 
27, 402 
29, 345 



146, 577 



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



84, 955 



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

79, 166 



9,915 

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



232. 692 



22, 773 
37, 256 

45, 224 
41, 731 
37, 710 

225, 743 



29, 832 

30, 828 
39, 616 

42! 950 
41,428 



92, 728 



57, 631 



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

35,097 



6,183 
4,087 
4,993 
5.684 
8,403 
5, 717 



132, 762 225, 490 +232, 945 



77, 672 



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

55, 090 



7,873 
6,127 
6,759 



135, 303 



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

90, 187 



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



32 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Table 2. — Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1923, 1924, 1925, and 1926, by semiannual 
periods and months — Continued 





1926 


Month 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 

(+)or 

decrease 

(-) 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




304, 488 


191,618 


496, 106 


76,992 


150, 763 


227, 755 


+268, 351 








144, 148 


99, 813 


243, 961 


46, 592 


81,020 


127, 612 


+ 116,349 






July . 


18, 590 
22,421 
26, 721 
28, 685 
26,642 
21,089 

160, 340 


14, 177 
17, 052 
23, 081 
19,427 
14, 860 
11,216 
91, 805 


32. 767 
39, 473 
49, 802 
48, 112 
41, 502 
32, 305 
252,145 


8,784 
7,539 
7, 200 
7,674 
6,555 
8,840 
30,400 


17,715 
12, 978 
12,485 
13, 264 
11,915 
12,663 
69, 743 


26, 499 
20,517 
19, 685 
20, 938 
18, 470 
21,503 
100, 143 


+6. 268 




+18, 956 




+30,117 


October _ 


+27, 174 
+23, 032 




+10, 802 




+152, 002 








19, 072 
20,041 
29, 504 
33,400 
33, 533 
24, 790 


10, 661 
10,632 
15, 182 
17, 557 
19, 244 
18, 529 


29, 733 

30, 673 
44, 686 
50, 957 
52, 777 
43, 319 


5,286 
3,232 
3,457 

5' 861 
7,575 


9,795 
8,451 
8,982 
10, 780 

18,' 075 


15,081 
11,683 
12,439 
15, 769 
19, 521 
25, 650 


+14, 652 




+18, 990 




+32, 247 


April 


+35, 188 




+33, 256 




+17, 669 







Table 3. — Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, by countries 











1925 








Country of last or intended 
future permanent residence ' 


Aliens admitted 


Aliens departed 


Increase 

(+)or 

decrease 

(-) 


Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




294, 314 


164, 121 


458, 435 


92, 728 


132, 762 


225, 490 


+232, 945 






Total Europe 


148, 366 


32, 459 


180, 825 


75,064 


32, 865 


107, 929 


+72, 896 




79 
899 
726 
140 

2,462 
243 

2,444 
131 
480 

3,906 
46, 068 

13, 897 
1,210 

12, 378 
897 
826 
616 

25, 440 

6,203 

263 

472 

150 

1,723 

5,975 

5,341 

619 
1,163 

1,775 

275 

8,365 

2,069 

263 

724 

144 

regarded 

r, Iceland, 


3 
388 
471 

28 

24 
661 
27 
125 
3,254 
4,934 

12,074 
121 
1,613 
285 
201 
148 
544 

2,002 
39 
68 
7 
858 
1,345 
380 

109 
152 
169 

612 
724 
722 
51 
120 
22 
is perman 
Liechtens 


82 
1,287 
1,197 

168 
2,640 

267 
3,105 

158 

605 
7,160 
51,002 

25, 971 
1,331 

13, 991 

1,182 

1,027 

764 

25, 984 

8,205 

302 

540 

157 

2,581 

7,320 

5,721 

728 
1,315 
1,944 

887 

9,089 

2,791 

314 

844 

166 

ent resider 

tein, Malt 


334 

466 

459 

208 

2,723 

5 

562 

5 

464 

1,205 

3,646 

6,681 
212 

1,958 
53 

6,574 
875 
921 

27, 151 
29 
511 
18 
743 
1,765 
3,721 

3,600 

1,433 

539 

3,982 

1,123 

467 

100 

2,464 

67 

ce. 

a, Monaco 


12 
336 

244 

41 

446 

5 

443 

10 

121 

2,198 

4,668 

12, 540 
182 

1,683 
72 
435 
164 
447 

3,019 
24 
96 
18 
948 
697 
614 

648 
196 

181 

851 
921 
386 

17 
184 

18 

, and San 


346 
802 
703 
249 

3,169 
10 

1,005 
15 
585 

3.403 

8,314 

19, 221 
394 
3,641 
125 
7,009 
1,039 
1,368 

30, 170 
53 
607 
36 

2! 462 
4,335 

4,248 

1,629 

720 

4,833 

2,044 

853 

117 

2,648 

85 

Marino. 


-264 




+485 




+494 




-81 




-529 




+257 




+2, 100 




+ 143 




+20 


France, including Corsica 


+3. 757 

+42, 688 


Great Britain and Northern 
Ireland: 


+(\730 




+937 




+ 10,350 


Wales .. 


+ 1,057 




-5,982 




-275 




+24, 616 


Italy, including Sicily and 


-21,965 




+249 




—67 




+ 121 




+890 




+4, 588 
+1.3S6 




Potugal, including Azores, 
Cape Verde, and Madeira 


-3, 520 




-314 




+1,224 


Spain, including Canary and 


-3, 946 




+7,045 




+1,938 




+197 




-1,804 




+81 


1 Residence of a year or more i 

2 Comprises Andorra, Gibralta 





REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 33 

Table 3. — Net increase or decrease of -population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, by countries — Continued 



Country of last or intended 
future ^permanent residence 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- Nonim- 
grant migrant 



Aliens departed 



Emi- Nonemi- 
grant grant 



Total Asia. 



7,267 



10,845 



5,411 



5,448 



Armenia 

China 

India 

Japan.. 

Palestine 

Persia 

Syria 

Turkey in Asia. 
Other Asia' 



Total America. 



100 
141, 496 



1 

4,867 

336 

1,628 

128 

11 



14 
6,804 
401 
2,351 
429 
43 



260, i 



Canada 

Newfoundland 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies. 

British Honduras 

Other Central America . 

Brazil 

Other South America.. . 

United States * 

Other America* 



Total others. 



Egypt 

Other Africa 

Australia, including Papua, 
Tasmania, and appertaining 
islands 

New Zealand, including apper- 
taining islands 

Other Pacific islands 6 



100, 895 

1,858 

32, 964 

1,430 

676 

42 

1,157 

534 

1,936 



481 

4,727 

10, 582 

4,063 

119 

2,182 

440 

3,211 

85, 208 

24 

5,060 



109, 193 
2,339 
37, 691 
12, 012 
4,739 
161 
3,339 
974 
5,147 
85, 208 



5,934 



3,061 
1,333 



1,476 
207 



49 
3,412 
128 
1,212 
110 
25 
369 
40 



11, 561 



13 

3,227 

145 



90, 562 



62 
6,639 
273 
2,991 
213 
29 
458 
44 
150 

102, 123 



2,127 
453 
2,954 
1,959 
2,076 



12, 985 

535 

2,652 

13, 422 

4,669 

81 

1,950 

257 

2,760 

51,251 



15, 112 

988 

5,606 

15, 381 

6,745 

100 

2,592 

426 

3,922 

51, 251 



4,579 



2,485 
1,026 



2,829 



1,185 
154 





1926 


Country of last or intended 
future permanent residence 


Aliens admitted 


Aliens departed 


Increase 

(+)or 
decrease 

(-) 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




304, 488 


191,618 


496, 106 


76, 992 


150, 763 


227, 755 


+268, 351 








155, 562 


36, 890 


192, 452 


60, 040 


35, 116 


95, 156 


+97, 296 








158 

1,102 
718 
175 

2, 953 
210 

2,549 
132 
491 

4,181 
50, 421 


10 
559 
537 

34 
344 

23 
605 

26 

148 

3, 850 

5, 096 


168 
1,661 
1, 255 

209 
3,297 

233 
3,154 

158 

639 
8,031 
55, 517 


314 

487 

491 

88 

2,301 

1 

691 

15 

519 

1,011 

3,908 


15 

298 

463 

22 

645 

1 

625 

15 

203 

2,467 

5,264 


329 
785 
954 
110 

2,946 
2 

1,316 
30 
722 

3,478 

9,172 


-161 




+876 




+301 




+99 




+351 








+1, 838 




+ 128 




-83 


France, including Corsica 

Germany 


+4, 553 
+46, 345 



3 Includes Afghanistan, Arabia, Bhutan, Iraq (Mesopotamia), Muscat, Nepal, Siam, Siberia, and 
"Asia, not specified." 

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

1 Comprises Greenland and the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

• Comprises Nauru, New Guinea, Samoa, Yao, and "Pacific Islands, not specified." 



34 • 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, 1925 and 1926, by countries — Continued 



Country of last or intended 
future permanent residence 



Aliens admitted 



Immi- Nonim- 
grant migrant 



Aliens departed 



Emi- Nonemi- 
grant grant 



Great Britain and Northern Ire- 
land: 

England 

Northern Ireland 

Scotland 

Wales 

Greece 

Hungary 

Irish Free State 

Italy, including Sicily and Sar- 
dinia 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxemburg 

Netherlands.. 

Norway... 

Poland 

Portugal, including Azores, 
Cape Verde, and Madeira 

Islands 

Rumania 

Russia 

Spain including Canary and 

Balearic Islands 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

Yugoslavia. 

Other Europe 2 



Total Asia. 



Armenia 

China 

India 

Japan 

Palestine 

Persia. 

Syria 

Turkey in Asia. 
Other Asia 3 



10, 599 
419 
13,661 
1,268 
1,121 
906 
24, 478 

8,253 

298 

636 

127 

1,753 

5,756 

7,126 



1,211 
1,766 



210 
1,059 



Total America. 



Canada 

Newfoundland 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

British Honduras 

Other Central America. 

Brazil 

Other South America... 

United States* 

Other America * 



Total others. 



Egypt 

Other Africa 

Australia, including Papua, 
Tasmania, and appertaining 
islands... 

New Zealand, including ap- 
pertaining islands 

Other Pacific islands 8 



654 
250 

56 
429 

21 
143 

144, 393 



91,019 
2,349 

43,316 
2,821 



1,335 

877 

2,230 



13, 342 
132 
1,921 
298 
183 
234 



2,451 
32 
87 
33 

1,014 



:;w, 



47 
5,961 



23, 941 
551 

15, 582 
1, 566 
1,304 
1,140 

25,300 

10,704 
330 
723 
160 

2,767 
7,039 
7,492 



797 
1,335 
2,079 

1,116 
9,409 
2,825 

252 
1,345 

373 

10, 374 



1, 332 
37 

5,164 
871 
851 



2,087 

2,881 



2,465 

1,150 

486 

30 
2,342 

46 

4,931 



12,929 
160 
1,255 
91 
317 
217 
658 

3,042 
32 
89 
31 
851 
1,006 
433 



844 
871 



17, 850 

368 

2,587 



23, 022 

90 

497 

38 

1,230 

3,093 

3,314 



3,891 

1,604 

414 

3,309 
2,021 



2,582 
70 



5 

4,281 

351 

1,911 

103 

18 

104 

180 

142, 875 



21 
6,032 
444 
2, 565 
353 
74 
533 
29 
323 

287, 268 



43 
2,989 
113 
1,208 
173 
27 



44 
11,485 



2,941 
284 
53 
270 
174 
123 



117, 



16, 635 

377 

4,590 

10, 507 

4,012 

117 

2,139 

501 

3,563 

100,413 

21 



107, (iM 

2,726 

47, 906 

12, 788 

4,953 

156 

3,474 

1,378 

5,793 

100,413 

27 

6,012 



1,922 

1,917 

45 

521 

210 

1,215 



1,167 
181 



17,458 



3,104 
12, 619 



1,854 

412 

2,904 

63, 378 

2 

4,013 



19, 631 

749 

6,302 

14, 541 

5,504 

143 

2,375 

622 

4,119 

63, 378 

3 



1,102 
78 



1,236 
97 



s Comprises Andorra, Gibralter, Iceland, Diechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, and San Marino. 

3 Includes Afghanistan, Arabia, Bhutan, Iraq (Mesopotamia), Muscat, Nepal, Siam, Siberia, and 
"Asia, not specified." 

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

» Comprises Greenland and the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

e Comprises Nauru, New Guinea, Samoa, Yap, and "Pacific islands, not specified ." 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 35 

Table 4. — Net increase or decrease of population by admission and departure of 
aliens, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926, by race or people, sex, and age periods 



Race or people 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Departed 



Emi- 
grant 



Nonemi- 
grant 



Increase 

(+) or 

decrease 

(-) 



Total. 



227,755 +268,351 



African (black).. 

Armenian.- 

Bohemian and Moravian. 

Bulgarian, Serbian, and Monte- 
negrin.. 

Chinese _._ 

Croatian and Slovenian. 

Cuban.. 

Dalmatian, Bosnian, and Her- 



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 



West Indian (except Cuban) . . 
Other peoples. 



Male... 
Female - 



Under 16 years. .. 

16 to 44 years 

45 years and over. 



1,476 

75 
3,156 
50 
44, 206 
674 
22, 237 
58, 675 
1,385 
10, 267 
42, 475 



52 

393 

1,076 

42, 638 

2 

3,175 

793 

319 

938 

505 

19,418 

27, 298 

534 



97 

1,414 

373 



170, 567 
133, 921 



47, 347 
228, 527 
28, 614 



2,491 

293 

1,636 



3,660 

192 

37, 357 

1,099 

8,860 

15, 741 

2,852 

3,622 

6,786 

4,355 

20, 351 

5,180 

30 

369 

1,345 

17, 147 

48 

2,109 

2,781 

520 

1,411 

283 

9,456 
10, 158 



4,541 
805 
141 



122, 249 
69, 369 



10, 651 

137, 139 
43, 828 



1,369 

8,622 
1,687 



275 

6,816 

242 

81, 563 

1,773 

31, 097 

74, 416 

4,237 

13, 889 

49, 261 

5,841 

28, 239 

5,778 

82 

762 

2,421 

59, 785 

50 

5,284 

3,574 

839 

2,349 



28, 874 
37,456 
743 
6,764 
7,060 
1,293 
238 
2,123 
1,874 
1,106 



292, 816 
203, 290 



57, 998 
365, 666 
72,442 



1,468 

1,681 

2,873 

592 

1,287 

545 



6,935 

560 

1,277 

4,509 

5,188 

341 

1,225 

3,036 

16, 968 

1,201 

27 

439 

1,063 

3,158 

1 

2,823 

1^302 
581 
65 

4,188 

1,912 

850 

2,972 

1,404 

260 

201 

76 

660 

318 



54, 989 
22,003 



3,347 
57, 986 
15, 659 



6,142 



676 
3,682 
45 
40,011 
1,752 
7,527 
12, 377 
1,457 
925 

3! 344 

10, 361 

9,190 

55 

479 

891 

2,179 

35 

2,268 

1,761 

857 

950 

178 

8,942 

5,693 

519 

4,111 

3,988 

435 

123 

290 

1, 863. 

472 



93,430 
57, 333 



8,789 
110,750 
31, 224 



2,736 

249 

3,066 

2,750 
9,015 

772 



1,221 

4,675 

114 

46, 946 

2,312 

8,804 

16, 886 

6,645 

1,266 

5,553 

6,380 

27, 329 

10, 391 

82 

918 

1,954 

5,337 

36 

5,091 

4,750 

2,159 

1,531 

243 

13, 130 

7,605 

1,369 

7,083 

5,392 

695 

324 

366 

2,523 

790 



148, 419 
79, 336 



+649 

+785 

+1,064 

-1,381 
-393 
+915 



+2, 141 
+128 
+34, 617 
-539 
+22, 293 
+57, 530 
-2,408 
+12, 623 
+43, 708 



+910 
-4,613 



-156 

+467 

+54, 448 

+14 

+193 

-1,176 

-1,320 

+818 

+545 

+15, 744 

+29, 851 

-626 

-319 

+1, 668 

+598 

-86 

+ 1,757 

-649 

+316 



-144, 397 
-123, 954 



12, 136 j +45, 862 
168,736 +196,930 
46,883 +25,559 



11530— 26f- 



36 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 5. — Intended future permanent residence of aliens admitted and last per- 
manent residence of aliens departed, fiscal year ended June 80, 1926, by States 
and Territories 1 





Admitted 


Departed 


State or Territory 


Immi- 
grant 


Non- 
immi- 
grant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




304,488 


191, 618 


496, 106 


76,992 


150,763 


227, 755 








262 

97 

3,042 

94 

19, 785 

722 

6,447 

223 

4,067 

229 

227 

418 

20, 176 

2,555 

1,623 

740 

321 

644 

2,956 

1,187 

26, 845 

34, 358 

3,981 

166 

2,055 

808 

951 

145 

1,932 

15, 175 

445 

74, 019 

420 

816 

9,452 

263 

2,119 

17, 627 

2 

123 

3,311 

42 

607 

135 

28, 339 

682 

1,384 

414 

9 

5,590 

462 

4,880 

233 


96 
34 

2,780 

48 

6,880 

255 

2,016 

59 

424 
3,012 

103 
1,176 

5,119 

731 

297 

223 

106 

382 

333 

382 

6,800 

3,820 

505 

79 

604 

121 

210 

67 

280 

6,062 

236 

32, 225 

119 

63 

3,095 

113 

322 

7,310 

17 

464 

943 

36 

62 

53 

8,915 

188 

91 

233 

26 

883 

463 

630 

82 

91, 977 


358 

131 

5,822 

142 

26, 665 

977 

8,463 

282 

1,307 

7,079 

332 

1,403 

486 

25,295 

3,286 

1,920 

963 

427 

1,026 

3,289 

1,569 

33, 645 

38, 178 

4,486 

245 

2,659 

929 

1,161 

212 

2,212 

21, 237 

681 

106, 244 

539 

879 

12, 547 

376 

2,441 

24, 937 

19 

587 

4,254 

78 

669 

188 

37, 254 

870 

1,475 

647 

35 

6,473 

925 

5,510 

315 

91, 977 


58 
46 
596 
24 
4,608 

1,366 

51 

230 

1,354 

54 

206 

149 

4,377 

647 

186 

134 

57 

359 

47 

290 

7,319 

3,405 

476 

22 

428 

122 

172 

105 

54 

3,986 

140 

30, 730 

91 

83 

3,136 

31 

399 

6,568 

1 

134 

286 

15 

46 

1,444 
138 
56 
122 
4 
1,202 
512 
629 
70 


47 

36 

35 

10 

5,441 

120 

817 

25 

151 

1,406 

20 

2,724 

75 

3,301 

362 

241 

71 

55 

156 

53 

174 

3,807 

2,520 

568 

16 

342 

113 

119 

15 

68 

2,347 

26 

23, 582 

26 

75 

1,812 

19 

362 

3,871 

4 

328 

171 

18 

46 

40 

164 

104 

19 

59 

1 

1,246 

279 

470 

64 

92, 742 


105 




82 




631 




34 




10, 049 




308 




2,183 




76 




381 


Florida 


2,760 




74 




2,930 




224 




7,678 




1,009 




427 




205 




112 




515 




100 




464 




11, 126 




5,925 




1,044 




38 




770 




235 




291 




120 




122 




6,333 




166 




54, 312 




117 




158 


Ohio 


4,948 




50 




761 




10, 439 




5 




462 




457 




33 




92 




79 


Texas 


1,608 


Utah 


242 




75 




181 




5 




2,448 




791 




1,099 




134 




92, 742 











1 Residence of a year or more is regarded as permanent residence. 



: -iiKT OF THK COMMISSIONER GENERAL OP IMMIGRATION 3:7 

Table 6. — Occupations of aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year ended June 3Q, 
1926, by classes 





Admitted 


Departed 


Occupation 


Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 




304,488 


191, 618 


496, 106 


76, 992 


150, 763 


227, 755 








10, 861 


20, 475 


31, 336 


1,820 


9,403 


11,223 








150 

378 

976 

55 

1,442 

2,166 

157 

321 

560 

385 

487 

151 

1,994 

1,639 

56, 827 


1,666 
497 

2, 170 
102 
428 

3,723 
7$1 

1,171 
888 

3,073 

1,132 
581 

2,373 

1,930 

27, 827 


1,816 

875 
3,146 

157 
1,870 
5,889 

898 
1,492 
1,448 
3,458 
1,619 

732 
4,367 
3,569 

84,654 


190 
86 

286 
10 

117 

71 
83 
103 
113 

156 
90 
235 

187 

9,680 


756 
301 

1, 177 
68 
231 
641 
608 
612 
462 

1,037 

1,061 
292 

1,410 
747 

17, 561 


946 




387 




1,463 




■ 78 




348 




734 




679 




695 




565 




1,0:50 




1,217 




■382 




1,645 




934 




27, 241 








1,357 

1,039 

799 

109 

17 

1.002 

191 

4,943 

30 

160 

44 

17, 272 

1,836 

.1,068 

152 

584 

73 

1,469 

219 

2,019 

2,038 

983 

1, 267 

3,514 

432 
198 
375 
2,102 
1, 506 
100 
169 
255 
624 
690 
152 
843 
981 
414 
170 
1,553 

53 
272 
224 

20 
110 
163 
949 

17 

140 

2,130 


737 

709 
339 

25 
34 
429 

84 
2,493 
11 
608 
18 
6,481 
631 

530 

126 

360 

43 

511 

164 

148 

984 

2,411 

1,285 

1,315 

142 
47 
135 
1,330 
729 
35 
123 
131 
194 
240 
45 
285 
837 
215 
119 
890 
36 
100 
49 
31 
42 
73 
312 
2 
27 
1,182 


2,094 

1,748 

1,138 

134 

51 

1,43) 

275 

7, 436 

41 

768 

62 

23, 753 

2,467 

'278 

944 

116 

1,980 

383 

2,167 

3,022 

3,394 

2,552 

4,829 

574 
245 
510 

3, 432 

2,235 
135 
292 
386 
818 
930 
197 

1,128 

1,818 
629 
289 

2,443 
89 
372 
273 
51 
152 
236 

1,261 
19 
167 

3,312 


289 
274 
99 
14 


392 

125 

18 

3 

197 

112 

1,418 

4 

490 

12 

4,230 

281 

1,955 

97 

200 

4 

192 

85 

9 

901 

1,549 

465 

687 

77 
88 
83 
859 
454 
22 
75 
85 
126 
115 
10 
129 
218 
118 
55 
403 
9 
100 
31 
3 
38 
32 
246 
3 
53 
402 


681 








224 




32 




3 




170 

74 

1,118 

4 

311 

1 

1,326 

175 

355 
67 
115 
5 
120 
46 
6 
557 
568 
261 
458 

58 
105 
46 
855 
282 
14 
32 
34 
49 
55 
3 
89 
348 
66 
47 
412 

155 

24 

33 
16 

248 
5 
23 

266 


367 




186 




2, 536 




8 




801 




13 




5,556 




456 


Engineers (locomotive, marine, and sta- 


2,310 




164 




315 




9 




312 




131 




15 




1,458 




2,117 




726 




1,145 


Metal workers (other than iron, steel, and 


135 


Millers 


193 




129 




1,714 




736 




36 




107 




119 




175 




170 




13 




218 




566 




184 




102 




815 




10 




255 




55 




4 




71 




48 




494 




8 




76 


Other skilled 


668 



38 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 

Table 6. — Occupations' of aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year ended June SO, 
1926, by classes — Continued 



Occupation 



Total miscellaneous. 



Agents, 

Bankers 

Draymen, hackmen, and teamsters. 

Farmers 

Farm laborers 

Fishermen 

Hotel keepers 

Laborers 

Manufacturers 

Merchants and dealers 

Servants 

Other ; 



No occupation (including women 
children) 



Immi- 
grant 



121,893 



1,814 
143 

479 
9,720 
17,390 
1,072 
143 
43, 543 
205 
3,496 
30, 587 
13, 301 



Nonim- 
migrant 



, 760 



3,140 

1,097 

140 

4,762 

4,461 

379 

483 

24, 174 

1,436 

17, 554 

12, 007 

14, 127 



14, 482 
21, 851 

1,451 

626 

67, 717 

1,641 
21, 050 
42, 594 
27, 428 



Departed 



Emi- 
grant 



1,381 

131 

190 

22 

33, 107 

62 

1,996 

4,446 

3,765 



Nonemi- 
grant 



95 

3,070 

509 



15,617 
8,294 
17, 948 



133 

'951 
17, 613 
12,740 
21,713 



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Table 46. — Aliens debarred from entering the United States, fiscal year ended June 
80, 1926, showing number rejected at the land border stations and at the seaports 
of entry, by causes and sex 



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Imbeciles.. 

Feeble-minded 

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parent 

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Immoral classes 

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Unable to read (over 16 years of age) 

Under immigration act of 1924 

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Expired immigration visa 

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alien as specified in visa.. 

Alien ineligible to citizenship with improper 

visa _ 

Quota immigrant, without visa 

Alien ineligible to citizenship, without visa... 
Nonimmigrant or nonquota immigrant alien, 

eligible to citizenship, without visa 



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Table 56. — Aliens granted hospital treatment undo- sections 18 and 22, fiscal year 

ended June SO, 1926, by race or people 





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158 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OF IMMIGRATION" 
Table 58. — Deserting alien seamen, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926, by ports 



Total 18,456 



New York, N. Y 11,465 

Boston, Mass 556 

Philadelphia, Pa 1,856 

Baltimore, Md 800 

Portland, Me 227 

Providence, R. I 4 

Norfolk, Va 871 

Savannah, Ga 84 

Miami, Fla 99 

Kev West, Fla 10 

Charleston, S. C 118 

Jacksonville, Fla 92 

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Tampa, Fla 

Pensacola, Fla 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La 

Galveston, Tex 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Gulfport, Tex 

San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Los Angeles, Calif, (district) . 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico 



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344 
152 

41 
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112 

80 

102 

5 

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States, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926, by ports 



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Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md__ 

Portland, Me 

Norfolk, Va 

Savannah, Ga 

Miami, Fla 

Key West, Fla._ 
Charleston, S. C- 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Tampa, Fla 

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Mobile, Ala 

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Galveston, Tex 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Gulfport, Miss 

Pascagoula, Miss 

St. Andrews, Fla 

San Francisco, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Los Angeles, Calif, (district).. 

Hawaii ' 

Porto Rico 



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16 

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4 

4 

2 

20 

7 

17 

17 

15 

15 



577, 674 



-Comparison between alien arrivals and head-tax settlements, fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1926 

Immigrant aliens admitted from foreign ports 304, 488 

Nonimmigrant aliens admitted from foreign ports 191, 618 

Aliens debarred from foreign ports 20, 550 

Aliens admitted from insular possessions or mainland ports. _ 4, 205 

Aliens debarred from insular possessions 70 

Aliens died (from foreign ports) 16 

Erroneous head-tax settlements 2, 023 

Head-tax cases pending from last year 54, 704 

Exempt from head-tax payments, as follows: 

In transit (groups) 1, 282 

Other transits (includes 5,559 Chinese in transit under 

bond across land territory of the United States) 33, 958 

One-year residents of Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, 

and Cuba, coming for a temporary stay 6, 694 

Domiciled aliens returning 17, 527 

Government officials and consular passengers 5, 889 

Alien residents of the Philippine or Virgin Islands 1, 105 

Aliens from Porto Rico and Hawaii, who reached said 
islands prior to July 1, 1907, or subsequent to May 1, 

1917 1,055 

Aliens admitted to Porto Rico and Hawaii from main- 
land ports 1, 817 

Under 16 years of age, accompanied by parents 51, 581 

Exemptions on account of aliens debarred 21, 085 

Citizens erroneously manifested 1, 396 

Total 143, 389 

Head-tax payments pending at close of year 55, 820 

199, 209 

Aliens on whom head tax was paid ' 378, 465 

Amount of head tax collected during the year $3, 026, 926 



» Five aliens were taxed at $2 each, 191 at $4 each, and 378,269 at $8 each. 



REPORT OF TIIK COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 159 

Table 61. — Japanese aliens applied for admission, admitted, debarred, deported, 
and departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925, and 1926 1 





1925 


1926 




Conti- 
nental 
United 
States 


Hawaii 


Conti- 
nental 
United 
States 


Hawaii 




3,334 

3,222 

112 

82 

7,265 


974 

965 

9 

2,003 


4,697 

4,652 

45 

63 

7,751 


1,132 


Admitted 


1,126 


Debarred from entry jr.. 


6 




2,640 







1 Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens, and departures include both emigrant 
md uonemigrant aliens. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, 22 Koreans were admitted to Hawaii, 
i were debarred, and 36 departed therefrom; 60 Koreans were admitted to continental United States, 1 was 
debarred, 3 were deported after entry, and 46 departed therefrom. 

Table 62. — Increase or decrease of Japanese popidation by alien admissions and 
departures, fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, by months J 





Continental United States 


Hawaii 


Month 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 
(+) or de- 
crease (—) 


Admitted 


Departed 


Increase 
(+) or de- 
crease (— ) 




3, 222 


7,265 


-4, 043 


965 


2, 003 


-1,038 






July 

August 

September 


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 
-213 
-153 
-130 




-28 




+17 




-54 




+52 




-211 




-191 


Mav_._. 


-167 




-77 






Total fiscal year 1926. 


4,652 


7,751 


-3,099 


1,126 


2,640 


—1,514 






July.... 


385 
338 
325 
430 
342 
296 
218 
301 
506 
579 
522 
410 


412 
422 


-27 
-84 


77 
137 
116 
118 
116 
152 
61 
73 

109 


342 
142 
322 
265 
226 
87 
% 
174 
348 
412 


-265 




-5 




927 [ -602 
861 ] -431 
706 -364 


-206 




-147 




-110 




813 
598 
524 
717 
618 
627 
526 


-517 
-380 
-223 
-211 
-39 
-105 
-116 


+65 




-35 




-101 


March 

April 


-250 
-303 

( 2 ) 




69 


226 


-157 







1 Admissions include both immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens, and departures include both emigrant 
and nonemigrant aliens. 
» Figures for this month included with later month. 



160 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL. OP IMMIGRATION 

Table 63. — Occupations of Japanese aliens admitted and departed, fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1926 





Continental 
United States 


Hawaii 


Occupation 


Continental 
United States 


Hawaii 


Occupation 


Ad- 
mitted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mitted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mitted 


De- 
part- 
ed 


Ad- 
mitted 


De- 
part- 
ed 




4,652 


7,751 


1,126 


2,640 




2 

4 
6 






1 














827 


631 


88 


' 91 




2 

64 










4 

1 

4 












24 

9 
45 
7 
3 

132 
11 

23 

4 

386 
56 
4 
86 
37 


5 
4 

36 
35 
2 

43 

7 

12 
2 

219 
80 
4 
70 

112 


39 


34 


Mechanics (not speci- 
fied) ... 


11 


8 

1 






9 




26 
2 


20 

1 


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














1 


6 








1 






10 
6 
3 
2 
6 
3 
1 


6 
3 
3 

1 








Painters and glaziers. . 
Photographers 


7 
3 

i" 


9 


Literary and scien- 


3 

3 
3 


2 

3 

6 
6 


6 
5 






3 












9 


2 
3 
3 










Sculptors and artists. . 




15 


13 


8 


9 

■ l 


13 




1 






1 










Watch and clock 








Total skilled.... 


356 


423 


94 


158 


3 






62 


62 








3 

13 


10 

13 




5 
6 


6 

5 
5 


Total miscel- 
laneous 






Barbers and hair- 
dressers 


2, 126 


3,949 


529 


1,436 




22 

51 

3 
424 
329 
58 
54 
151 
11 

672 
49 
302 


14 
50 

454 
70 
33 
60 
2,172 
7 

765 
34 
289 


1 
2 

16 
181 
105 

16 
2 

60 

87 
22 
37 


1 








1 




4 






1 
23 




Draymen, hackmen, 
and teamsters 




Carpenters and join- 


31 


33 
4 


34 
4 


41 
36 












1 

81 
2 

58 

15 
46 




32 


Clerks and account- 


119 
2 

13 


16 

1 

1 


44 
3 


Hotel keepers p. 


2 
1, 105 




Manufacturers... 

Merchants and deal- 


1 


Engineers (loeomo- 


63 






52 


Furriers and fur 


Other miscellaneous. _ 

No occupation (in- 
cluding women and 
children).. 


99 




39 




1 


1,343 


2,748 


415 










1 






955 













REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 161 

Table 64. — Miscellaneous Chinese transactions, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926, 

by ports 



Class 


1 

Eh 


M 

* 


a 



1 
PQ 


g 

5 
1 


i 

1 


3 

O 


1 



1 
1 

1 

587 


8 

a 

03 
CO 

1,155 

1,106 
177 


03 
CO 

793 

1,610 

98 

641 


Is 

a ° 
a 

03 

O 

103 
15 
1 

1,538 

103 


s 

la 


cr 
5 2 
'?'•* 

39 
19 

7 

62S 


3 

I 




2,396 

3, 063 

374 

5,559 

103 

738 

1189 


77 
113 
51 

1,328 


is 

13 






13fi 




"fi 


8 
4 


"2 


1 7:> 




19 


Chinese granted the privilege of transit in bond 

across land territory of the United States 

Chinese denied the privilege of transit in bond 






1 
133 










72 


665 

353 
156 

10 
2 

15 
901 








Chinese with return certificates departing: 


6 

1 








545 




5 
11 


147 




— 


2 
























































4 
33 






2,060 


238 


59 










688 




141 















Table 65. — 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, 1908- 
1926, from— 


Port 


Three 
years, 
1908- 
1910 


Ten 
years, 
1911- 
1920 




Fiscal year- 






Ha- 
waii 


Porto 
Rico 


Philip- 
pine 
Is- 
lands 


Vir- 
gin 
Is- 
lands 


Grand 




1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


total 




4,884 


26,455 


2,623 


1,957 


2,314 


2,978 


2,181 


2,215 


27,455 


14,280 


2,238 


1,634 


45,607 






New York, N.Y 


1,442 


8,340 
1 


1,094 
..... 


947 

1 


1,112 


1,054 


917 


908 
3 
1 


16 
2 


14, 166 
3 

7 


5 


1,627 


15, 814 
5 






4 


1 


1 




2 
1 


9 






1 
4 
15 
2 


1 


Norfolk, Va 


















2 
15 
2 
1 

1 

74 
9 


2 


4 




















15 
























2 














1 
1 
1 










1 
























1 




4 


56 

7 

16, 023 

6 

708 

1,282 

10 


1 

1 

1,384 


""906 


6 
1 
966 
3 
22 
48 
152 


2 


4 








74 








9 


San Francisco, Calif... 


3,399 


1,574 

2 

36 

51 

258 


866 


885 


24, 723 

6 

133 

1,459 

1,116 


1,277 

4 

743 

205 

2 


3 
1 


26,003 
11 


Seattle, Wash.. 


30 
9 


14 
126 

1 


26 

77 


21 
39 
334 


19 
32 
363 


876 


Canadian Pacific 




1,664 
1,118 









Nine hundred and forty-nine aliens were admitted to Hawaii and 868 to Porto Rico from continental 
United States; 1 alien to Hawaii from the Philippine Islands; and 172 to Porto Rico from the Virgin Islands, 
during the fiscal year 1926. 



162 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Table 66. — Arrivals in and departures from the Philippine Islands, fiscal year 
ended June SO, 1926, by classes, as specified 



Class 


Admitted 


Departed 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 




24,848 


5,881 


30, 729 


25, 861 


4,217 


30, 078 






22, 399 


4,450 


26, 849 


18. 694 


3,059 








Aliens 

Citizens of: 


17, 582 

1,167 

3,616 

32 

2 

2,449 


2,512 

969 
967 

" 2 


20, 094 

2,136 

32 
4 


13, 860 

964 

3,864 

6 


1,379 

927 

748 

3 

2 


15, 239 




4,612 












Total from and to United States and its insular 


1,431 


3,880 


7,167 


1,158 


8,325 






46 

829 

1,574 


35 

1,318 

78 


81 

■ 2, 147 
1,652 


42 

894 

6,227 

1 

3 


22 

1,038 

97 

...... 




Citizens of: 






6,324 












4 













Table 67. — Aliens admitted to and aliens departed, debarred, and deported from 
the Philippine Islands, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926, by classes, as specified 







Admitted 




Departed 




Immi- 
grant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emi- 
grant 


Nonemi- 
grant 


Total 


Total. 


10,935 


9,159 


20, 094 


720 


14, 519 


15, 239 




Sex: 

Male 


9,100 
1 1,835 

1,704 

8,736 
495 

5,067 
5,868 

7,701 
83 
250 
86 

'210 
285 

201 

183 

13 

1,650 

H 

1,409 

332 

7,136 

462 
10, 405 


8,482 
677 

406 

7,852 

901 

3,147 
6,012 

7,830 
34 
415 
34 
330 
254 
262 

346 

174 
2 

117 
4,594 
2,624 

123 
1,179 

228 

571 

8,310 

50 


17, 582 
2,512 

2,110 
16, 588 
1,396 

8,214 
11, 880 

15, 531 
117 
665 
120 
2,650 
464 
547 

547 

357 

15 

1,767 

4,605 

4,033 

455 

8,315 

690 
10, 976 
1 8, 310 

118 


583 
137 

9 
553 

158 


33,277 
1,242 

991 
11,340 
2,188 


13,860 
1,379 




Age: 




11, 893 
2,346 




Literacy: 










Races: 


116 
20 
56 
8 
304 
177 
39 

48 

71 

8 

170 

85 
144 

31 
163 

208 
492 


12,542 
48 
655 
94 

512 
258 
410 

219 

197 

8 

14 

8,417 

2,819 

81 

2,764 

456 

1,037 

12, 871 

155 


12, 658 






711 










Spanish 


435 






Occupations: 

Professional 

Skilled.... 

Farmers. '. 


267 
268 
16 


Laborers 


8,502 

2,963 

112 






2,927 


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




1,529 

» 12, 871 

175 






68 


20 








Debarred 


Deported 


Total 


195 




25 








Races: 


192 
3 




25 













1 Returning to Philippine Islands after a temporary absence therefrom. 

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



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 163 

Table 6S. — Net increase of population, by admission and departure of aliens, 
fiscal years ended June SO, 1908 to 1926 





Admitted 


Departed 




Period or year 


Immigrant 


Nonim- 
migrant 


Total 


Emigrant 


Noncmi- 
grant 


Total 


Increase 


Grand total 19 
years, 1908-1926. 


11, 255, 438 


2, 841, 528 


14, 096, 966 


3, 744, 694 


3,381,092 


7, 125, 786 


6, 971, 180 


1908 


782, 870 

751, 786 

1, 041, 570 

5,735,811 


141,825 ! 924,695 
192,449 944. 'J:^ 
156,467 1,198,037 

1,376,271 | 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 


1909.. 


1910 - •- - 


Total 10 years, 
1911-1920 


1911. 


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 


151,713 i 1,030,300 
178,983 l 1,017,155 
229,335 ' 1,427,227 
184,601 ! 1,403,081 


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

697, 397 


222,549 518,215 
282,030 615,292 
303,734 ! 611,924 
330,467 i 633,805 


512, 085 
401,863 
815, 303 
769, 276 


1912. 


1913 


1914.. 


1915. . 


50, 070 
125, 941 
216, 498 
18, 585 
20,790 
193, 514 

2, 007, 575 


1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920-. 

Total 5 years, 
1921-1925 


67, 922 
67, 474 

101, 235 
95, 889 

191, 575 

782, 898 


366, 748 
362, 877 
211,853 
237, 021 
621, 576 

3,421,811 


111,042 
80, 102 
98, 683 
92, 709 

139, 747 

716, 839 


240, 807 
146, 379 
193,268 
216, 231 
428,062 

1,414,236 


1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 


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

304,488 


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

191, 618 


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

496, 106 


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

76,992 


178, 313 
146, 672 
119, 136 


426,031 552,132 
345,384 87,121 
200,586 1 472,820 


1925.. 

1926.. 


132.762 225,490 232,945 

150.763 227.755 1 2R8.351 











11530— 26t- 



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164 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 



Table 



-Nonimmigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June SO, 1908 to 
1926, by -principal countries of last permanent residence 





Number 
admitted 


Last permanent residence 


Period or year 


Eu- 
rope 


Asia 


Canada 
and 
New- 
found- 
land 


Mexico 


West 
Indies 


Central 
and 
South 
Amer- 
ica 


United 

States i 


Other 
coun- 
tries 


Grand total 19 
years, 1908-1926.. 


2, 841, 528 


631, 104 


136, 123 


213,854 


66, 348 


226, 569 


85, 370 


1, 430, 228 


51, 932 


Total 3 years, 1908- 
1910 


490, 741 


88, 609 


9,623 


37,038 


5,479 


17, 349 


9,388 


320,098 


3,157 






1908... 


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 


Total 10 years, 
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 

782, 898 


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

150, 134 


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 


Total 5 years, 1921- 
1925 


20,323 






1921 


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

191, 618 


27, 725 
22, 952 
29, 624 
37, 374 
32,459 

36, 890 


19, 099 
7,175 
6,516 

10,066 
7,267 

6,961 


13, 748 
10, 824 
9,731 
8.598 
8,779 

17, 012 


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

4,590 


18, 670 
15, 434 

19, 908 
21,347 
14, 645 

14, 519 


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

6,320 


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

100,413 


3,336 


1922 


3,425 


1923... 


3,976 


1924 


4,502 


1925 


5,084 


1926 


4,913 







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



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION 165 

Table 70. — X one mi grant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June 30, 1908 In 
1926, by principal countries of intended future permanent residence 



Period or year 



Grand total 10 years. 



Total 3 years, 1908- 
1910 



Total 10 years, 1911- 
1920 



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



Total 5 years, 1921- 
1925 



Number 
depart >d 



Intended futuro permanont residence 



Europe 



319,: 
174, J 
177,! 



,841,: 

222, J 



4, 585 
2,967 
2,397 



58.41.8 



Canada 
and 
New- 
found- 
land 



6, 597 

6,689 

33, -t(is 



377, 112 



17s, ; 
14*;. i 
119, 
139. ! 
132/ 

150,' 



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



2(1, 352 



34,913 

63,326 
94,010 
75,482 
26,051 

: 21,981 
16,936 

I 8,575 
11,452 
24, 386 



1.996 
2.55S 
1,975 



6, 248 
5, 310 
4,409 
4,937 
5,448 



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



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



2, 403 
2,773 
2,652 



17,924 3,104 



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and 

South 

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12, 829 

12, 410 
14,444 
14, 276 
13,634 
16,335 
14, 418 

13, .896 
23, 76 4 



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1,090 

984 



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

16, 206 



3, S43 
4,229 
4,303 

4, 629 
4, 453 
4, 559 
4, 273 
3, 89,8 
3,323 
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m, us 

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21. 260 
12, S06 
12, 603 
34, 402 



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

5,268 



1,570 

1,781 
1.919 
2,323 
2, 065 
1,785 
1,725 
1.707 

2, 699 

3. 755 



4 !, 764 
49, 373 
37, 984 
43,218 ! 
51,251 [ 

63,378 



2, 907 
2, 535 



3,113 

3,887 



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Table 71. — United States citizens permanently departed, fiscal years ended June 
SO, 1918 to 1926, by principal countries of intended fut we 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 9 years, 1918-1926 
1918 


431, 226 
56, 998 
39, 543 
64,564 
71, 391 
79, 198 
36, 260 
29,661 
25, 429 
28, 182 


156, 118 
1,786 
3,976 
20, 776 
33.284 
50, 197 
16, 739 
10, 397 
9,285 
9,678 


33, 835 
2,333 
2,094 


160, 456 
34, 697 

21.716 


20, 630 
9,015 
2.934 


27, 196 
3,818 
2,564 
4.564 
3.547 
2,871 
2,479 
2.925 
1,975 
2,453 


30, 366 
4,957 
5,944 
6,165 
4,010 
3,639 
1,875 
1,561 
1,114 
1,101 


2,625 
392 


1919... 


315 


1920 


5,715 25.094 ! 1.915 


335 


1921 


5,461 
5,297 
4,566 
3,400 

2, 376 


23,059 


1,766 


264 


1922 . 


15, 036 
9,023 

10, 537 
9,536 

11,758 


1,877 

1,203 

594 

627 


281 


1923 


375 


1924 


247 


1925 


227 


1926 


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Table 74. — Immigration to the United States, 1820 to 1926, by countries — Con. 



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1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 




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805, 228 


309, 556 


522, 919 


706, 896 


294, 314 


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652, 364 


216, 385 


307, 920 


364, 339 


148, 366 


155, 562 
















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550 

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726 
140 

2,462 
243 

2,444 
131 
480 

3,906 
46, 068 

12', 378 
897 

616 

26, 650 

6,203 

263 

472 

150 

1,723 

5,975 

5,341 

619 
1,163 

1,775 

275 
8,391 
2,043 
263 
724 
144 


158 




268 

6,574 

90 

3,426 


4,947 

6,166 

585 

40, 884 


5,019 

1,541 

297 

12,541 


8,103 

1,590 

392 

13, 840 


1,102 




718 




175 




2,953 








3,137 


6,260 


2,709 


4,523 


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 


2,549 
132 






756 
8,945 
1,001 

27, 871 
9,347 
1,253 

11,981 

84 

9,591 

95, 145 


3,795 
9,552 
6,803 

33, 431 
15,954 
1,757 
28, 502 
7,702 
28, 435 
222, 260 


2,767 
4,220 
17, 931 

15, 249 
9,018 
886 
3,457 
5,756 
10, 579 
40, 319 


3,644 
4,380 
48, 277 

21, 558 
23, 019 
1,182 
3,333 
5,914 
15, 740 
46,674 






4,181 




50, 421 


Oreat Britain: 


10, 599 




13, 661 


Wales 


1,268 




1,121 




906 




24, 897 


Italy, including Sicily and Sardinia 


8,25 
298 












636 












127 




5,187 
4,445 
4,813 

15,472 

1,890 

995 

18, 821 
5,862 
3,785 
1,933 

1*735 


6,493 
7,423 
95, 089 

19, 195 
25, 817 
6,398 

23, 818 
9,171 
7,106 
6,391 

23, 536 
4,894 


1,990 
5,292 
28, 635 

1,950 

10, 287 
17, 143 

065 
6,624 
3,398 
1,660 
6,047 

405 


3, 150 
11, 745 
26, 538 

2,384 
11,947 
17, 507 

841 
17. 916 
3,349 
3,743 
6,181 

450 


3,783 
11,986 
28, 806 

2,769 
11, 142 
12, 649 

932 
18, 310 
3,842 
1,481 
5,835 

328 


1,753 




5,756 




7,126 


Portugal, including Azores, Madeira, 


666 




1,211 




1,766 


Spain, including Canary and Balearic 


326 




8,513 




1,994 




210 




1,059 




326 








17, 505 


25, 034 


14, 263 


13,705 


22,065 


3,578 


3,413 








2,330 

300 

9,432 


4,009 

511 

7,878 


4,406 

360 

6,716 


4,986 
257 

5,809 


6, 992 
183 
8,801 
2,946 
2,820 
323 


1,937 
65 
723 
670 
51 
132 


1,751 




93 




654 




679 




5,033 
410 


11,735 
901 


1,998 
783 


2,183 
470 


37 




199 








162,666 


124, 118 


77,448 


199, 972 


318,855 


141, 496 


144, 393 








90,025 
52, 361 
13, 808 
2,360 

4,112 


72, 317 
30, 758 
13, 774 
2,254 
5,015 


46, 810 
19, 551 

7,449 
970 

2,668 


117,011 
63, 768 
13, 181 
1,275 
4,737 


200, 690 
89, 336 
17, 559 
2,000 
9,270 


102, 753 
32, 964 
2,106 
1,199 
2,470 
4 


93,368 




43, 316 




3,222 




1,374 




3,107 




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3,535 


3,712 


1,460 


1,322 


1,637 


874 


1,120 








648 

2,066 

119 

702 


1,301 

2,191 

90 

130 


520 
855 
60 
25 


548 

'15 
15 


900 
635 
44 

58 


412 
416 
46 


529 


Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. 


556 
35 














' Countries added to the list since the World War are theretofore included with the countries to which 
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8 British North America prior to 1920. 
• From 1920 to 1924 other America included with countries not specified. 



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Table 75. — Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1908 to 1926, 
by countries of intended future permanent residence — Continued 



Country of intended future permanent 
residence 



Total Europe. 



Albania 

Austria 

Belgium.. 

Bulgaria , 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig, Free City of 

Denmark.. 

Estonia 

Finland 

France, including Corsica 

Germany.. 

Great Britain: 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy, including Sicily and Sardinia.... 

Latvia 

Lithuania _ 

Luxemburg 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal, including Azores, Cape 

Verde, and Madeira Islands 

Rumania 



Spain, including Canary and Balearic 

Islands 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

Yugoslavia. 

Other Europe 



Total Asia. 



China 

India 

Japan 

Syria and Palestine. 

Turkey in Asia 

Other Asia 



Total America. 



Canada and Newfoundland- 
Mexico 

West Indies... 

Central America 

South America 

Other America 



Total other. 



Africa 

Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand 

Other Pacific islands.. 

Countries not specified 



247,718 J 198,712 



215,245 I 166,297 



1,399 
1,430 
2,923 
15, 452 



2,386 
3,026 
5,263 

7,839 
1,187 
180 
13, 423 
12, 153 
1,905 
48, 192 



1,203 

660 

7,846 



2,406 
42, 572 

5,167 
9,297 
15,229 

3,966 

2,913 

900 

405 

13. 034 

827 



5,451 

281 

4,375 



2,534 
246 



18, 561 



6,434 
915 
60 
7,506 
4,307 
2,182 
53, 651 



5,877 
3,795 
6,407 

6,793 

1,903 

886 

201 

9,733 



267 
4,368 



5, 450 
5,705 
5,050 
703 
1,647 



1,731 
86 

18, 759 



4,480 
6,285 
5.252 
955 
1,787 



81,450 | 76,789 



61,656 | 



247 

672 

156 

2,074 



511 



1,507 
1,529 



705 

2 988 I 
'895 ; 
1,368 ! 
23,329 



2,620 
1,169 
2,434 

2,557 

1,179 

546 

125 

2,064 

179 



1,249 
1,178 



827 

60 

7,250 

522 

1,282 

22,904 

67 

335 



345 

955 

2,594 

3,357 

1,096 

572 



334 

466 

459 

208 

2,723 

5 

562 

5 

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 



1,433 
539 



1,167 
423 
100 

2,464 
67 



3,715 

146 

2,869 



11,615 



6,943 : 5,411 



3,847 
161 

2,155 
492 
211 
77 



3,412 
128 

1,212 
479 



91 



10,227 11,561 



2,775 
2,660 
4,183 
550 
1,447 



2,601 
1,926 
4,081 
567 
1,052 



314 
487 
491 

2,301 

1 

691 

15 

519 

1,011 



4,921 

1,332 

37 

5,164 

%,059 

19, 980 

58 

408 

7 

379 

2,087 

2,881 

2,926 

1,404 

181 

2,465 

1,150 

486 

30 

2,342 

46 



4,931 



2,989 

113 

1,208 



11,485 



2,580 
2,954 I 
4,035 
661 
1,331 



2,456 
3,198 
3,839 
566 
1,425 



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154 


126 


485 


503 


391 


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306 

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2,631 
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Table SO. — Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal years ended June 80, 1911 to 1926, 
by States of intended future permanent residence — Continued 



Total 
5 years, 

1921-1925 



Total. __ - 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona__ 

Arkansas. 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

India 
Iowa 
Kans 

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 

Pennsylvania 

Philippine Islands 

Porto Rico. 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina... 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Virgin Islands 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin. 

Wyoming 



706,896 



294,314 



4.3, 242 


23, 624 


2,759 


1,193 


25, 137 


5,719 


1,134 


398 


2,032 


1,446 


4,724 


2,399 


841 


373 


2,632 


2,800 


1,074 


529 


48, 358 


22, 410 


6,039 


2,487 


4,567 


2, 174 


1, 259 


976 


590 


361 


1,927 


964 


6,773 


4,557 


3,917 


1,790 


64, 053 


21,715 


36, 549 


12, 187 


9,202 


5,152 



653 

5,268 

2,006 

2,387 

739 

4,168 

43, 777 

849 

263, 640 

582 

1,578 

43, 923 

718 

4,153 

85, 992 

13 

490 

10, 725 

411 

1,075 

562 

U796 
2,956 
6,745 
20 
10,688 
5,406 
9,002 



2,774 

1,007 

1,469 

207 

1,926 

15, 327 

601 

91, 543 

236 

1,009 

11,606 

504 

2, 320 

27, 539 

9 

316 

3,208 

163 

618 

365 

14,421 

837 

1,479 

1,264 

15 

6,109 

1,460 

4,374 

542 



385 

219 

8, 952 ; 

202 I 

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9,554 

473 , 

1,356 

3,020 

451 

2,565 I 

750 

35,612 ' 

4,430 ! 

3,861 

1, 451 

510 

1,027 

9, 322 

2,483 

41, 602 

37, 034 

7, 975 

343 

3, 735 

1,982 

2,018 

325 

5,452 

25, 274 

1, 055 

130, 142 

289 

1,534 

17, 455 

525 

4,178 



229 

6, 426 



359 
45, 198 
1,061 
2,101 
1,324 
23 
11,004 
1,582 

' 525 



287 

12,620 

165 

57, 946 

1, 657 

12,833 

451 

i, 504 

4, 047 

417 

3, 186 

1, US 
48, 254 

5,311 

3, 757 
1,582 

559 
1,365 
12,541 
3,009 
61,938 
60, 482 
10, 795 
475 

4, 435 
1,956 

2, 495 
261 

7,140 

30, 803 

1,364 

166, 749 

270 

1,745 

24, 154 

519 

6,820 

47, 344 

1 

266 

7,707 

150 

1,016 

391 

57, 016 

1,181 

3,251 

2, 185 

15 

20, 915 

2,061 

9,324 

625 



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100 

2, 519 

140 

20. :m 

751 

i 79 

208 

780 

1. 109 
168 
471 
556 

20, 382 
2, 229 

2, 502 
763 
374 
686 

5, 025 
1,352 
29. 636 
26, "33 
5,100 
126 
2,055 
1,056 
1,422 
112 

li! 044 

481 

68, 263 

240 

835 

9.426 

227 

3,423 

17,431 



126 
3,391 

627 

201 
23,113 

733 
1,936 

484 

11 

9,204 

503 
4,618 

270 



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985 

184, S65 
7,831 
58, 622 
2,664 
7,118 

2,' 250 

11,654 

4,027 

173,016 



5,969 

38, 218 

12, 551 

218,944 

172, 785 

38, 224 

1,855 

18,267 

8,007 

9,791 

1,644 

21, 376 

128, 225 

4, 350 
720, 337 

1,617 

6,701 

106, 564 

2,493 

20, 894 

215, 140 

29 

1,427 

31,457 

972 

4,229 

1,878 

161,646 

5, 608 
11,723 
12,002 

84 
57, 920 
11,012 
34. 407 
2,893 



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97 

3,042 

94 

19, 785 

722 

6,447 

223 

883 

4,067 

229 

227 

418 

20, 176 

2,555 

1,623 

740 

321 

644 

2,956 

1,187 

26, 845 

34, 358 

3,981 

166 

2, 055 

808 

951 

145 

1,932 

15, 175 

445 

74,019 

420 

816 

9,452 

263 

2,119 

17, 627 

2 

123 

3,311 

42 

607 

135 

28, 339 

682 

1,384 



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Table SI.- — Emigrant aliens departed, fiscal years ended June SO, 1911 to 1926, by 
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1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


Total 
5 years, 
1921-1925 


1926 


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247, 718 


198,712 


81,450 


76, 789 


92,728 


697| 397 


76, 992 






172 

185 

1,236 

65 

13, 272 

650 

7,754 

387 

401 

2,266 

127 

1,434 

197 

17,652 

2,630 

964 

306 

95 

670 

563 

1,143 

15,753 

12, 771 

2,792 

62 

1,695 

724 

637 

188 

903 

13, 269 

153 

72, 626 

64 

286 

20,007 

226 

998 

34, 171 

3 

536 

2,650 

52 

186 

87 

3,677 

583 

220 

318 

9 

3,530 

2,029 

4,052 

292 


121 
99 

1,080 

51 

13,375 

592 

5,701 

343 

411 

1,976 

124 

1,342 

177 

14,039 

1,841 

742 

318 

95 

824 

418 

986 

16, 798 

6,998 

1, 850 

88 

1,211 

405 

501 

180 

447 

9,736 

240 

65, 886 

85 

238 

10, 203 

191 

852 

25, 634 


44 

69 

395 

19 

7,524 

287 

1,639 

67 

370 

1,464 

62 

442 

106 

4,582 

457 

290 

124 

69 

391 

159 

325 

7,300 

2,413 

648 

37 

475 

238 

218 

65 

97 

3,288 

78 

32, 228 

41 

134 

2,725 

446 

6,316 

6 

194 

1,027 

18 

71 

43 

1,325 

254 

53 

134 

5 

1,327 

482 

720 

90 


53 

65 

439 

21 

6,008 

182 

1,478 

25 

225 

1,705 

78 

451 

109 

3, 977 

633 

253 

101 

47 

457 

100 

265 

6,715 

2,624 

640 

47 

423 

178 

145 

53 

132 

2,909 

52 

28,983 

79 

112 

3,423 

42 

398 

7,014 


55 

47 

580 

9 

4,963 

157 

1,323 

54 

128 

1,527 

36 

561 

55 

4,557 

579 

210 

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Table 92. — Alien applicants for admission to the United States, fiscal years ended 
June SO, 1911 to 1926, showing comparison of the number debarred at the seapoils 
and at the land border ports, as specified 



Period or year 



1911-1915 
1916-1920 
1921-1925 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 



Number of applicants 


All ports 


Seaports 


Land 
ports 


5, 427, 503 
1, 862, 688 
3, 525, 014 
991, 942 
446, 236 
694, 025 
909, 586 
483. 825 
516, 656 


4, 873, 507 
1, 153, 144 
2, 547, 662 
844,048 
349, 077 
477, 751 
574, 244 
302, 542 
331, 918 


553, 996 
709, 544 
977, 952 
147, 894 
97, 159 
216, 274 
335,342 
181,283 
184, 738 



Debarred 



All 

ports 



115,496 
62, 613 

103, S03 
13, 779 
13, 731 
20, 619 
30, 284 
25, 390 
20, 550 



33,0S2 
6, 293 
5,717 
6,280 
9,915 
4,877 
2,987 



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ports 



50, 163 
50, 027 
70, 721 
7,486 
8,014 
14, 339 
20, 369 
20, 513 
17, 563 



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All Sea- Land 
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