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The Lacey Act of 1900 is a conservation law in the United States that prohibits trade in wildlife, fish, and plants that have been illegally taken, possessed, transported, or sold. Introduced into Congress by Representative John F. Lacey, an Iowa Republican, the Act was signed into law by President William McKinley on May 25, 1900. It protects both plants and wildlife by creating civil and criminal penalties for those who violate the rules and regulations. The law authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to aid in restoring game and birds in parts of the U.S. where they have become extinct or rare. It also regulates introduction of birds and other animals to places where they have never existed before.

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  • The Lacey Act of 1900 is a conservation law in the United States that prohibits trade in wildlife, fish, and plants that have been illegally taken, possessed, transported, or sold. Introduced into Congress by Representative John F. Lacey, an Iowa Republican, the Act was signed into law by President William McKinley on May 25, 1900. It protects both plants and wildlife by creating civil and criminal penalties for those who violate the rules and regulations. The law authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to aid in restoring game and birds in parts of the U.S. where they have become extinct or rare. It also regulates introduction of birds and other animals to places where they have never existed before. Congress broadened the law to prohibit the import, export, transport, purchase, or sale of species when that action would violate state, federal, tribal, or foreign law. A 2008 amendment added coverage for timber and timber products. Various provisions of the Act are enforced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and the U.S. Forest Service. (en)
  • 1900年雷斯法案(英文:Lacey Act of 1900)簡稱雷斯法案(美國法典第3371章–第3378部分)是美國的一部資源保護法。被愛荷華州共和黨人約翰·F·雷斯經眾議院提交到美國國會,1900年5月25日由時任總統威廉·麥金利簽署。 該法案通過對各種不良行為設立民事或刑事懲罰來保護野生動植物。它禁止了野生動物、魚類和植物的非法獲取、運輸以及貿易。經過數次修訂,這個法案依然发挥着它的影响力。 這個環境立法在2009年受到打擊,當時吉普森結他公司被突擊搜查,同時其在馬達加斯加非法砍伐的硬木也被沒收了。最初該公司聲稱自己是無辜的,並且譴責聯邦政府行為強橫,這使得這一法案在右翼政客和反對這一法案的茶黨運動中聞名起來。該公司最終承認自己行為不當,因此2012年8月結案。最後吉普森結他公司聲稱:“...被迫結案,因為要在審判中證明自己的清白可能會花費數百萬美元和大量時間。” (zh)
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  • 1900年雷斯法案(英文:Lacey Act of 1900)簡稱雷斯法案(美國法典第3371章–第3378部分)是美國的一部資源保護法。被愛荷華州共和黨人約翰·F·雷斯經眾議院提交到美國國會,1900年5月25日由時任總統威廉·麥金利簽署。 該法案通過對各種不良行為設立民事或刑事懲罰來保護野生動植物。它禁止了野生動物、魚類和植物的非法獲取、運輸以及貿易。經過數次修訂,這個法案依然发挥着它的影响力。 這個環境立法在2009年受到打擊,當時吉普森結他公司被突擊搜查,同時其在馬達加斯加非法砍伐的硬木也被沒收了。最初該公司聲稱自己是無辜的,並且譴責聯邦政府行為強橫,這使得這一法案在右翼政客和反對這一法案的茶黨運動中聞名起來。該公司最終承認自己行為不當,因此2012年8月結案。最後吉普森結他公司聲稱:“...被迫結案,因為要在審判中證明自己的清白可能會花費數百萬美元和大量時間。” (zh)
  • The Lacey Act of 1900 is a conservation law in the United States that prohibits trade in wildlife, fish, and plants that have been illegally taken, possessed, transported, or sold. Introduced into Congress by Representative John F. Lacey, an Iowa Republican, the Act was signed into law by President William McKinley on May 25, 1900. It protects both plants and wildlife by creating civil and criminal penalties for those who violate the rules and regulations. The law authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to aid in restoring game and birds in parts of the U.S. where they have become extinct or rare. It also regulates introduction of birds and other animals to places where they have never existed before. (en)
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  • Lacey Act of 1900 (en)
  • 雷斯法案 (1900年) (zh)
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