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of said officers to go or send competent assistants to the vessels to which said lists or manifests refer and there inspect all such aliens, or said iinmigration officers may order a temporary removal of such aliens for examination at a designated time and place, but such temporary removal shall not be considered a landing, nor shall it relieve the transportation lines, masters, agents, owners, or consignees of the vessel upon which such aliens are brought to any port of the United States from any of the obligations which, in case such aliens remain on board, would, under the provisions of this act, bind the said transportation lines, masters, agents, owners, or consignees: Provided, That where a suitable building is used for the detention and examination of aliens the immigration officials shall there take charge of such aliens, and the transportation companies, masters, agents, owners, and consignees of the vessels bringing such aliens shall be relieved of the responsibility for their detention thereafter until the return of such aliens to their care.

SEC. 18. It shall be the duty of the owners, officers and agents Illegal land. of any vessel bringing an alien to the United States to adopt due ing. precautions to prevent the landing of any such alien from sucb vessel at any time or place other than that designated by the immigration officers, and any such owner, officer, agent, or person in charge of such vessel who shall land or permit to land any alien at any time or place other than that designated by the immigration officers, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall on conviction be punished by a fine for each alien so permitted to land of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year, or by both such tine and imprisonment, and every such alien so landed shall be deemed to be unlawfully in the United States and shall be deported, as provided by law.

SEC. 19. All aliens brought into this country in violation of law Deportation. shall, if practicable, be immediately sent back to the countries whence they respectively came on the vessels bringing them. The cost of their maintenance while on land, as well as the expense of the return of such aliens, shall be borne by the owner or owners of the vessels on which they respectively came; and if any master, person in charge, agent, owner, or consignee of any such vessels shall refuse to receive back on board thereof, or of any other vessel owned by the same interest, such aliens, or shall neglect to detain them thereon, or shall refuse or neglect to return them to the foreign port from which they came, or to pay the cost of their maintenance while on land, such master, person in charge, agent, owner, or consignee shall be deemed guilty of-a inisdemeanor and shall, on conviction, be punished by a fine not less than three hundred dollars for each and every such offense; and no such vessel shall have clearance from any port of the United States while any such fine is unpaid : Provided, That the Commis- Provisos. sioner-General of Immigration, under the direction or with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may suspend, upon conditions to be prescribed by the Commissioner-General, the deportation of any alien found to have come under promise or agreement of labor or service of any kind if, in his judgment, the testimony of such alien is necessary on behalf of the United States Government in the prosecution of offenders against the provisions of sections four and five of this act: Provided, That the cost of maintenance of any person so detained resulting from such suspension of deportation shall be paid from the “ immigrant fund," but no alien certified, as provided in section seventeen of this act, to be suffering with a loathsome or with a dangerous contagious disease other than one of a quarantinable nature, shall be permitted to land for medical treatment thereof in the hospitals of the United States.

See annotations to sec 8, p. 1325, above.

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Deportation SEC. 20. Any alien wlo shall come into the United States in viowithin

two lation of law, or who shall be found a public charge therein, from years.

causes existing prior to landing, shall be deported as hereinafter provided to the country whence he came at any time within two years after arrival at the expense, including one-half of the cost of inland transportation to the port of deportation, of the person bringing such alien into the United States, or, if that can not be done, then at the expense of the immigrant fund referred to in

section one of this act. De portation SEC. 21. In case the Secretary of the Treasury shall be satisfied within

that an alien has been found in the United States in violation of years.

this act he shall cause such alien, within the period of three years after landing or entry therein, to be taken into custody and returned to the country whence he came, as provided in section twenty of this act, or, if that can not be so done, at the expense of the immigrant fund provided for in section one of this act; and neglect or refusal on the part of the masters, agents, owners, or consignees of vessels to comply with the order of the Secretary of the Treasury to take on board, guard safely, and return to the country whence he came any alien ordered to be deported under the provisions of this section shall be punished by the imposition of the penalties prescribed in section nineteen of this act.

See annotation to sec. 1, pp. 1325, 1326, above. Entrles

SEC. 32. The Commissioner-General of Immigration, under the railroads. direction or with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.

shall prescribe rules for the entry and inspection of aliens along the borders of Canada and Mexico, so as not to unnecessarily de lay, impede, or annoy passengers in ordinary travel between the United States and said countries, and shall have power to enter into contracts with foreign transportation lines for the sulle

purpose. •• United Sec. 33. For the purposes of this act the words “United States * States."

as used in the title as well as in the various sections of this act shall be construed to mean the United States and any waters, ter

ritory or other place now subject to the jurisdiction thereof.

im- SEC. 36. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this act are migration.

hereby repealed : Provided, That this act shall not be construel to repeal, alter, or amend existing laws relating to the immigration, or exclusion of, Chinese persons or persons of Chinese descent.

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INDEX.

Page

A.

Page.
Abandonment of employment (8ce

Contracts of employment).
Abandonment of locomotives, etc.-
Connecticut.

196
Delaware

216, 217
Illinois

290, 291
Kansas.

387
Maine.

458
New Jersey

782
Pennsylvania

971
Abandonment of locomotives (see

also Strikes of railroad em-

ployees).
Abandonment of steamboats--
Louisiana

437
Absence, leave of (see Leave of ab-

sence).
Accident insurance (8ce Insurance,

accident).
Accidents in factories-
Indiana

346
Massachusetts.

515
Minnesota

592
Missouri.

647
New Jersey

761
New York

815
Ohio

891, 892
Pennsylvania

974, 1044
Rhode Island

1084, 1083
Tennessee

1132
Accidents in factories (sce also In-

spection of factories, etc.).
Accidents in mines-
Alabama

101, 104
Arkansas

122
('olorado

161, 194
Idaho

261, 262
Illinois

311, 312
Indiana

333, 3.56
Iowa.

374
Kansas

397
Maryland

479
Missouri.

658
Montana

686
New Jersey

761
New York.

819, 820
North Carolina

8.36, 857
Ohio.

879, 882, 883
Pennsylvania.-

992, 1001,
1002, 1019, 1020, 1022,

1025, 1026, 1054, 1055
South Dakota

1115
Tennessee.

1130-1132, 1151
Utah.

1186, 1190
Washington

1218. 12:20
West Virginia

1250-1252
Wyoming-

1309-1311, 1319
United States

1383
Accidents in mines (see also Mine

regulations).
Accidents on railroads-
Alabama

106
Connecticut

200
Massachusetts.

530, 532
Michigan

544
Mississippi.

031
New York

837
South Carolina

1102, 1103
Vermont

11971
United States

1371
H. Doc. 733, 58-2- -88

Actions for injuries (see Injuries).
Actions for wages

(see Suits for
wages).
Advances made by employers (sce

Employers' advinces, etc.).
Age not ground for discharge-
Colorado

190, 191
Age of employment of children (see

Children, employment of, age

limit for).
Age of employment of telegraph op-

erators on railroads (see Tele-

graph operators, etc.).
Agents, emigrant (sce

Emigrant
agents).
Aid societies (sce Benefit societies).
Alien contract labor-
Hawaii..

252, 253
Indiana

342
Virginia

1200
Wyoming

1304
United States_

1324-1326,

1384, 1388-1392
Alien contract labor (see also Coolie

labor).
Alien laborers, protection of-
Connecticut

204
Wyoming

1304
Aliens, employers of, to deduct taxes

from wages-
Pennsylvania

1068
Aliens, employment of, on public

works
California

151
Hawaii_

257, 258
Idaho.

258, 270, 273
Massachusetts.

515
New Jersey

780, 781
New York

805, 806
Pennsylvania

1060
Wyoming

1301
United States

1330
Aliens, employment of. on public

works (see also Public works,
preference of resident labor

ers on).
Antitrust act-
Texas

1170-1172
I'nited States

1371-1373
Antitrust act, labor organizations

not included under-
Louisiana.

435
Michigan

563
Minnesota

623
Montana

704
Nebraska

722
North Carolina

860
Wisconsin

1272
Appliances, safety, in factories (see

Inspection of factories, etc.).
Appliances. safety, on railroads (see

Railroads, safety appliances

on).
Apprentice laws, digest of

13-30
Arbitration of labor disputes-
California

144, 145
Colorado

177-180
(Connecticut

209, 210
Idaho

259, 266-270
Illinois.

282-284
Indiana

334-337
1393

!!!

C.

Page. Children, employment of, age li alt

for-Concluded.
Candidates for office, protection of

31

Iowa...
employees as

1304 Kansas.
Wyoming
Cause of discharge (Sep Discharge,

Kentucky.
statement of cause of).

Louisiana
Certificates, employers' (see Employ.

Maine
ers' certificates).

Maryland
Charges, false, against railroad em-

Massachusetts

31
ployees (see Railroad em.

Michigan

54
ployees, etc.).

Minnesota

61
Check weighmen (see Weighing coal

Missouri.
at mines).

Nebraska
Checks, payment of wages in (sce

Payment of wages in serip).
Children and women, deductions from

wages of
Massachusetts

524
Children and women, employment of,

general provisions-
Colorado

191
Louisiana

438, 439
Majne

453-455
Massachusetts
Missouri
517-521, 524

11.
Nebraska.

647, 648, 666,667
New Hampshire

724, 725

737

761-765

811-816, 823-825, 828
Pennsylvania

1043, 1044

Page.

Page
Arbitration of labor disputes- -Con.

Boarding houses (see Lodging houses).
Kansas.

384-386 Boatmen (sec Seamen).
Louisiana

432-434 Boilers, creating an unsafe amount
Maryland.

460, 461

of steam in (see Negligence of
Massachusetts.

511, 513

operators, etc.).
Michigan

539-511 Boilers, steam, inspection of (sce In-
Minnesota

607-610

spection, etc.).
Missouri

671-673 Bonds, contractors' (sce Protection
Montana.

689-691

of wages).
New Jersey

715-748 Bonds of employees-
New York

802, 821-823
Massachusetts.

515
Ohio.

916-919
New Mexico

783, 784
Pennsylvania.

936-962 Boycotting-
Texas

1156-1159
Alabama

111
Utah-
1172, 1183-1185
Colorado

157
Washington

1240
Illinois.

279
Wisconsin

1269-1271
Indiana

328, 329
Wyoming

1301
Texas

1171
l'nited States

1373-1377 Boycotring (8ce also Interference
Armed guards, hiring-

with employment, and cross
Illinois

296

references).
Massachusetts.

529 Brakemen, sufficient number of (see
Tennessee

1141

Railroad trains, sufficient
Wisconsin

1280

crew required on).
Assignments of claims to avoid ex.

Brakes on railroad trains (see Rail-
emption laws (see Exemption

roads, safety appliances on).
of wages, assignments to

Brickyards, bours of labor of em-
avoid).

ployees in
Assignments of wages (see Wages,

New York

804, 827, 828
assignments of).

Bridges over railroads, height of
Associations, cooperative (8ce (o-

(see Railroads, height of
operative associations).

bridges, etc., over).
Associations of employees (see Bene-

Building associations of organized
fit societies).

labor--
Attachment of wages (see Wages,

New Jersey

748, 749
attachment of).

New York

791
Attorneys' fees in suits for wages

Buildings, protection of employees on
(see Suits for wages).

(see I'rotection of employees,
B.

etc.).

Bureau of Corporations-
Badges, etc., of labor organizations

United States.

1386, 1387
(see Labor organizations, etc.).

Bureau of labor, etc.-.
Bakeries, inspection, etc., of (see

California

140, 141
Inspection, etc.).

('olorado

155, 156, 171
Bankruptcy

Connecticut

204
United States

1379, 1380
Idaho

258, 262, 263
Barbers, examination, etc., of (see

Illinois.

2286
Examination, etc.).

Indiana

338-360
Barrooms, payment of wages in-

Iowa--

370-373
California

139
Kansas

407-410
Benefit societies-

Kentucky

416-419, 428, 129
Massachusetts

534
Louisiana

447
Michigan

360
Maine

452
Ohio
877 Maryland.

474. 475
Philippine Islands
1070-1072 Massachusetts.

527, 528
South Carolina
1112 Michigan

542-344
Benefit societies, forced contribu-

Minnesota

581-583
tions for (see Forced contri-

Missouri.

663-663
butions).

Montana

680, 686, 687
Blacklisting-

Nebraska

718, 719
Alabama

111
New Hampshire

740, 741
Colorado

155
New Jersey

753, 778, 780, 781
Connecticut.

196
New York,

801, 802, SOS, 809
Florida
233, 234 North Carolina

839, 860
Illinois

279
North Dakota

862-864
Indiana
341, 342 Ohio

885-887
Iowa.

383
Oregon

951-933
Kansas
388 l'ennsylvania

1033, 1034
Minnesota

012, 613, 626

Rhode Island.
Missouri.

636, 637
Tennessee

1131, 1132
Montana

695, 706
Utah.

1182, 1183
Nevada

728, 729
Virginia

1199, 1207, 1208
North Dakota.
S62, 872, 873 Washington

1234-1236
Oklahoma

933
West Virginia

1254, 1255
Oregon
948, 949 Wisconsin

1263, 1266, 1296
Texas.

1168, 1170 United States -- 1321, 1322, 1383, 1385
Utah.

1173, 1175 Bureau of Manufactures-
Virginia

1204

United States
Washington

1230

Bureau of mines
Wisconsin

1279

Colorado
United States.

1377

Missouri
Blacklisting (see also Interference

New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York

796, 81
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas.

Vermont
New Jersey

Virginia

21
New York

Washington

West Virginia
Rhode Island -- 1083-1085, 1092, 1093 Washington.-

241
Children and women, employment of,

l'nited States
in mines-

Children, employment of, age ll it
Alabama

104

for (see also (hildren and
Arkansas

122
Colorado

women, employment of in

153, 161
Illinois
Indiana

357
Maryland.

485
Missouri

657
l'ennsylvania

979.994
Utah.
Washington

1172, 1174
West Virginia

1218
Wyoming

1251
Children and women, employment

1300, 1303
of (see also Children, etc.;

11
12

19

31
34

191

mines).
310 Children, employment of, gene al

provisions
Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado

156, 15
Connecticut
Florida
Illinois
Indiana

Louisiana
Women, etc.).

Maine.
Children and women, bours of labor

Maryland.
of --

Massachusetts
Colorado

Michigan

372, 37
Connecticut

207

Minnesota
Louisiana

439

Mississippi
Maine-

153, 454

Montana
Maryland.

475
Massachusetts

516,517
New Hampshire

737
New Jersey

764
New York
North Dakota

874
Oklahoma

931
Pennsylvania

1043
Rhode Island.
South Dakota

1092

1126
Virginia.
Wisconsin

1203
Children and women, wages of

1268
Massachusetts...
Children and women, wages of idee

also Earnings of married

women; Earnings of minors;
Children, corporal punishment of, by
employers-

244

823

1086

New Hampshire
New Jersey 753, 754 17
New York

796 11

823 )
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio

883, 94,!

2017,90%
Oregon...
Pennsylrania
Porto Rico
Rhode Island

I
South Carolina
South Dakota
Texas
Vermont
Washington

131
Women's Wages.

Wisconsin 1268, 1289,113
Children. employment of Pole al

provisions (see also Child in
Georgia

and women).
Children, earnings of (sce Earnings

Children, employment of, in lur
of minors).

rooms
Children, employment of, age limit

Connecticut.

District of Alaska
Alabama

Georgia
Arkansas

127,128

Maryland
California

Massachusetts
Colorado

South Dakota
Connecticut

198, 208

Vermont
Idaho

258 Children, employment of, in certain
Nilinois
Indiana

oceupations, forbidden
325, 345

California

12

1386

174-177

658
1049-1052

Pennsylvania
with employment, and cross

Bureau of mines (see also Mine em-
references).

ployees, associations of).
Board of arbitration, etc. (sec Arbi-

Bureau of public printing
tration of labor disputes).

Philippine Islands

1069, 1070

151
191

315

104 1

C.

Page.
Candidates for office, protection of

employees as--
Wyoming

1304
Cause of discharge (see Discharge,

statement of cause of).
Certificates, employers' (see Employ.

ers' certificates).
Charges, false, against railroad em-

ployees (sce Railroad em-

ployees, etc.).
Check weighmen (see Weighing coal

at mines).
Checks, payment of wages in (see

l'ayment of wages in scrip).
Children and women, deductions from

Wages of
Massachusetts..

524
Children and women, employment of,

general provisions---
Colorado

191
Louisiana

438, 139
Maine

453-153
Massachusetts.

517-521, 524
Missouri

647, 648, 666, 667
Nebraska

724, 723
New Hampshire

737
New Jersey

761-765
New York

814816, 823-825, 828
Pennsylvania

1043, 1044
Rhode Island 1083-1085, 1092, 1093
Children and women, employment of,

in mines--
Alabama
Arkansas

122
Colorado

155, 161
Ilinois

310
Indiana

357
Maryland

485
Missouri

657
Pennsylvania

979, 994
Utah

1172, 1174
Washington

1218
West Virginia

1251
Wyoming

1300, 1303
Children and women, employment

(see also Children, etc.;

Women, etc.).
Children and women, hours of labor

of-
Colorado

191
Connecticut

207
Louisiana

439
Maine.

153. 454
Maryland

4735
Massachusetts

516, 517
New Hampshire

737
New Jersey

764
New York

823
North Dakota

874
Oklahoma

931
l'ennsylvania

1043
Rhode Island

1092
South Dakota

1126
Virginia

1203
Wisconsin

1268
('bildren and women, wages of
Massachusetts.

524
Children and women, wages of (see

also Earnings of married
women; Earnings of minors ;

Women's wages).
Children, corporal punishment of, by

employers-
Georsia

244
(hildren, earnings of (sce Earnings

of minors).
Children, employment of, age limit

for-
Alabama

110
Arkansas.

127, 128
California

151
Colorado

191
Connecticut

198, 208
Idaho

258
Ilinois

31.5
Indiana

325, 345

Page.
Children, employment of, age limit

for- (oncluded.
Iowa.

376, 381
Kansas

397
Kentucky

417, 428
Louisiana

438
Maine.

454
Maryland

476
Massachusetts

517, 536
Michigan

546, 572
Minnesota

610, 611
Missouri.

637, 638
Nebraska

724
New Hampshire

735
New Jersey

753
New York.

796, 811, 823, 825
North Carolina

857, 861
North Dakota

862, 861
Ohio.

883, 903, 924
Oregon.

947
Pennsylvania

979, 991, 1013
Rhode Island.

1083, 1084
South Carolina

1112-1114
South Dakota

1115, 1116
Tennessee

1133
Texas

1169
Vermont

1198
Virginia

1210, 1211
Washington

1241. 1242
West Virginia

1252
Washington.-

1241, 1242
United States

1382, 1383
Children, employment of, age limit

for (sce also Children and
women, employment of, in

mines).
Children, employment of, general

provisions
Alabama

110, 111
Arkansas

127, 128
California

151
Colorado

156, 157, 183, 184
('onnecticut.

197, 198
Florida

232
Illinois.

315-319
Indiana

344-346
Louisiana

438, 439
Maine

453-455
Maryland.

472–474
Massachusetts_

498, 517-521
Michigan

572, 573, 579, 580
Minnesota

610-612
Mississippi

628
Montana

687, 688
New Hampshire

734, 735
New Jersey

753, 754, 762, 767
New York

796, 811-813,

823-826, 828
North ('arolina

853, 861
North Dakota

864
Ohio

883, 894, 903, 904,

907, 908, 924, 925
Oregon.

947, 948
l'ennsylvania

978, 979, 1043
Porto Rico

1076
Rhode Island

1083-1085
South Carolina

1112-1114
South Dakota

1116
Texas

1169
Vermont

1195
Washington

1231, 1232
Wisconsin

1268, 1269, 1285-1287
Children, employment

general
provisions (see also Children

and women).
Children, employment of, in bar-

rooms
Connecticut.

199
District of Alaska

224
Georgia

248
Maryland.

468, 471
Massachusetts.

501, 502
South Dakota

1117
Vermont

1199
Children, employment of, in certain

Ocupations, forbidden--
California

137

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