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The Lacey Act of 1900. By: Paulina Svenson. The Facts. Name: The Lacey Act of 1900 Draft Year: 1900 Amendment Years: 1984 & 1988. Description. It sought to buttress state laws already in existence for the protection of game and birds.

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The Lacey Act of 1900

By:

Paulina Svenson


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The Facts

  • Name: The Lacey Act of 1900

  • Draft Year: 1900

  • Amendment Years: 1984 & 1988


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Description

  • It sought to buttress state laws already in existence for the protection of game and birds.

  • The Lacey Act now stands as one of the broadest and most comprehensive forces in the federal arsenal to combat wildlife crime.

  • The amendments also created a separate and distinct violation for the intended falsification of documents pertaining to the exporting, importing, or transporting of wildlife, fish, or plants.


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Extra Facts

  • The Lacey Act provides that it is unlawful for any person to import, export, transport, sell, receive, acquire, or purchase any fish or wildlife or plant taken, possessed, transported, or sold in violation of any law, treaty, or regulation of the United States or in violation of any Indian tribal law whether in interstate or foreign commerce. 

  • All plants or animals taken in violation of the Act are subject to forfeiture as well as all vessels, vehicles, aircraft, and other equipment used to aid in the importing, exporting, transporting, selling, receiving, acquiring, or purchasing of fish or wildlife or plants in a criminal violation of this chapter for which a felony conviction is obtained where the owner should have known of the illegal transgression.

  • ***Agency Responsible for Regulation and Enforcement:

    National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)


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