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Loui Mong, Interpreter
Loui Mong was an interpreter in Federal court. Loui Mong was suspected of working with sex slave traders to convince the court to allow the detainee to remain in the country.

From Index to Habeas Corpus Cases for the US District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco

CASE NUMBER YEAR FOR RELIEF OF STEAM SHIP NUMBER CHARACTER OF CASE BY WHOM OR WHERE DETAINED ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONREMARKS NAME OF FATHER ADDRESS Age or year of birth
9151 1890 Lim Get Gaow   Native Born Gaelic Riordan, Thomas Remanded Lim Yung Qui San Francisco, California 1873


Lim Get Gaow was born to Lim Yung Qui (father) and Wong Ah Gum (mother) in 1873 at 705 Dupont Street, San Francisco. Lim left for China on October 9, 1888 on the City of New York steamship . Lim and arrived in San Francisco on February 11, 1890 on the steamship Gaelic. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for her landing. A bond was posted. Judge Ogden Hoffman ordered Remand. Circuit affirmed the decision to Remand after appeal. Detainee was represented by Lyman Mowry. .

Daily Alta California, Volume 82, Number 44, 13 February 1890
Japanese women landed

Daily Alta California, Volume 82, Number 44, 13 February 1890
Women on Gaelic

Daily Alta California, Volume 82, Number 45, 14 February 1890
Sex slaves