Summary: S.905 — 105th Congress (1997-1998)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in Senate (06/16/1997)

National Physical Fitness and Sports Foundation Establishment Act - Establishes the National Physical Fitness and Sports Foundation as a charitable, not-for-profit corporation to promote participation by private organizations in the activities of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

Subjects to a civil action by the Foundation for the remedies provided in the Trademark Act of 1946 any person who, without the consent of the Foundation in conjunction with the Council, uses for the purpose of trade, to induce the sale of any goods or services, or to promote any theatrical exhibition, athletic performance, or competition: (1) the Council's or Foundation's official seal; and (2) any trademark, trade name, sign, symbol, or insignia falsely representing association with, or authorization by, the Council or Foundation. Allows the Foundation, in conjunction with the Council, to authorize contributors and suppliers of goods or services to use such trade name, trademark, seal, symbol, insignia, or emblem in advertising under specified conditions.