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REPORTS OF THE IMMIGRATION COMMISSION
IMMIGRANTS IN INDUSTRIES
(IN TWENTY-FIVE PARTS)
PART 17: COPPER MINING AND SMELTING
PART 19: ANTHRACITE COAL MINING
PRESENTED BY MR. DILLINGHAM
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
Extract from act of Congress of February 20, 1907, creating and defining the duties of the Immigration Commission.
That a commission is hereby created, consisting of three Senators, to be appointed by the President of the Senate, and three Members of the House of Representatives, to be appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and three persons to be appointed by the President of the United States. Said commission shall make full inquiry, examination, and investigation, by subcommittee or otherwise, into the subject of immigration. For the purpose of said inquiry, examination, and investigation said commission is authorized to send for persons and papers, make all necessary travel, either in the United States or any foreign country, and, through the chairman of the commission, or any member thereof, to administer oaths and to examine witnesses and papers respecting all matters pertaining to the subject, and to employ necessary clerical and other assistance. Said commission shall report to Congress the conclusions reached by it, and make such recommendations as in its judgment may seem proper. Such sums of money as may be necessary for the said inquiry, examination, and investigation are hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid out of the "immigrant fund" on the certificate of the chairman of said commission, including all expenses of the commissioners, and a reasonable compensation, to be fixed by the President of the United States, for those members of the commission who are not Members of Congress; * *
a Died February 20, 1908.
Appointed to succeed Mr. Latimer, February 25, 1908. Died December 22, 1909. Appointed to succeed Mr. McLaurin, March 16, 1910.
LIST OF REPORTS OF THE IMMIGRATION COMMISSION.
Volumes 1 and 2. Abstracts of Reports of the Immigration Commission, with Conclusions and Recom-
Volume 3. Statistical Review of Immigration, 1819-1910-Distribution of Immigrants, 1850-1900. (S. Doc.
Volumes 23-25. Immigrants in Industries: Pt. 25, Japanese and Other Immigrant Races in the Pacific
Volumes 26 and 27. Immigrants in Cities. (S. Doc. No. 338, 61st Cong., 2d sess.)
Volume 28. Occupations of the First and Second Generations of Immigrants in the United States-Fe-
Volumes 29-33. The Children of Immigrants in Schools. (S. Doc. No. 749, 61st Cong., 3d sess.)
Volume 37. Steerage Conditions-Importation and Harboring of Women for Immoral Purposes-Immi-
Volume 40. The Immigration Situation in Other Countries: Canada-Australia-New Zealand-Argen-
Volume 41. Statements and Recommendations Submitted by Societies and Organizations Interested in
Volume 42. Index of Reports of the Immigration Commission. (S. Doc. No. 785, 61st Cong., 3d sess.)