Congressional edition Volume 3053. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 Excerpt: ...or more had already been admitted?--A. Yes, sir. Q. You may state whether in reaching your conclusion to allow these 70 to come, with the exception stated, yon were influenced by any representations or guaranties made to you by the Hebrew societies?--A. Yes, sir; I was. Q. You may state the transaction exactly as it occurred.--A. I had accepted guaranties from societies, not alone the United Hebrew Charity Society, but from other societies under instructions from the Department, and in accordance with what I believed to be the meaning of the law, that they would find employment, and sustaining employment, and therefore not become a public charge. Q. In what form did you have authority to do this from the Department?--A. In a letter received from Superintendent Owen, deciding a question that was submitted to the Department by Gen. O'Beirne during my absence. Q. Is that the case that was alluded to in the correspondence between you and Assistant Secretary Nettleton, as to which Mr. Owen has made a statement that is printed?--A. Yes, sir. Q Was that the beginning of your authority to admit immigrants on guaranty?--A. I think it was. Up to that time we had been taking bonds. Q. All previous admission of immigrants in doubtful cases, where you were not clear that they were not liable to become public charges, had been made under a formal bond?--A. Yes, sir. Q. And at this date began this subsequent system!--A. Yes, sir. Q. Which continued down to the time of a recent letter of Assistant Secretary Nettleton to you, disclosed in the record?--A. Yes, sir. Q. Did you hare any other authority from the Department to deal in guaranties of this sort except in this case you have specified!--A. I think not. I do not recollect any. Q. Suppose it had appeared to you, not su...
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