48 U.S. Code § 1415 - Restrictions upon exportation

No guano shall be taken from any island, rock, or key mentioned in section 1411 of this title, except for the use of the citizens of the United States or of persons resident therein. The discoverer, or his widow, heir, executor, administrator, or assigns, shall enter into bond, in such penalty and with such sureties as may be required by the President, to deliver the guano to citizens of the United States, for the purpose of being used therein, and to none others, and at the price prescribed, and to provide all necessary facilities for that purpose within a time to be fixed in the bond; and any breach of the provisions thereof shall be deemed a forfeiture of all rights accruing under and by virtue of this chapter.


(R.S. § 5574.)

R.S. § 5574 derived from acts Aug. 18, 1856, ch. 164, § 2,11 Stat. 119; July 28, 1866, ch. 298, § 3,14 Stat. 328; Apr. 2, 1872, ch. 81, § 1,17 Stat. 48.
An additional provision of R.S. § 5574 suspending this section for 5 years from and after July 14, 1872, in relation to all persons who had complied with the provisions of that title of the Revised Statutes, was omitted as temporary.

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