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bd40bc7c7a .. Eckerson, "Immigration and National Origins" . Captains of the vessels the immigrants came over on were responsible for gathering this information. This act added to the number of undesirables banned from entering the country, including homosexuals, idiots, feeble-minded persons, "criminals", epileptics, insane persons, alcoholics, professional beggars, all persons mentally or physically defective, polygamists, and anarchists. A tax of $8 a head was imposed on immigrants, except children under sixteen accompanying a parent, and those over 16 who had not paid for their own ticket were prohibited from entering the country. home .
The Immigration Act of 1917 was later altered formally by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, known as the McCarran-Walter Act. Border Patrol U.S. You can find the full text of this law as a PDF here. Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization texts eye 380 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: Cornell University Library 238 238 Immigration laws and regulations of July 1, 1907 Oct 29, 2009 10/09 by United States; United States. Immigration Restriction League - Harvard's Open Collections Program contains documents pertaining to the Immigration Restriction League, the most vocal proponent of literacy testing for immigrants. Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization texts eye 291 favorite 0 comment 0 Cornell University Library 145 145 Immigration laws and regulations of July 1, 1907 Oct 29, 2009 10/09 by United States; United States. (Summary by Davis Tucker and Jessi Creller). Atlantic Slave Trade - 18th Century . Immigration Act of 1917 Other short titles Asiatic Barred Zone Act Legislative history Vetoed by President Woodrow Wilson on December 14, 1916 Overridden by the Senate on February 5, 1917(House) Overridden by the Congress and became law on February 5, 1917(Congress) .