Secretary of Labor Davis declared that many Europeans and some Chinese have " taken advantage" of a clause in the Immigration Restriction Act, which provides that any person who has resided for a year in Mexico, Canada, Newfoundland, Cuba or Central or South America can enter the United States without reference to numerical quotas. Over 40,000 "Mexicans" and 62,000 " Canadians" have crossed the borders in the last nine months.


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