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Annual report of the Commissioner of Naturalization to the Secretary of Labor

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        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration Admissions and rejections Oriental immigration Distribution of Labor Suggestions for betterment of administration Appendix I. - Statistics of immigration Table I Table IV Table VII Table X Table XIII Table XVIII Table XXII Table XXVI Table A Table F Table 1 Table 4 Table 8 Appendix II. - Annual Report of the Chief of the Division of Information List of distribution branches Help for the harvest fields The British labour exchanges Table I Table III Appendix III. - Digest of reports of commissioners and inspectors Commissioner of immigration at New York Commissioner of immigration, Philadelphia Inspector in charge, District No. 7 Commissioner of immigration, Seattle Inspector in charge, District No. 11 Inspector in charge, District No. 13 Inspector in charge, District No. 23 Appendix IV. - Amendment of Rule 22 of Immigration Rules

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