QUON QUON POY v. JOHNSON

No. 68.

273 U.S. 352 (1927)

QUON QUON POY v. JOHNSON, COMMISSIONER.

Supreme Court of United States.

Decided February 21, 1927.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mr. Warren Ozro Kyle for the appellant.

Solicitor General Mitchell, with whom Messrs. Theodore G. Risley, Solicitor, Department of Labor, and A.E. Reitzel, Assistant Solicitor, Department of Labor, were on the brief, for the appellee.


MR. JUSTICE SANFORD delivered the opinion of the Court.

Quon Quon Poy, a Chinese boy fifteen years of age, arrived at the port of Boston in June, 1924, and applied for admission to the United States, claiming to be a foreign-born son of Quon Mee Sing, a native-born citizen — whose citizenship was conceded — and, hence, under R.S. § 19931 (U.S.C., Tit. 8 § 6), to be himself a citizen of the

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