Copyright and
Registered Trademark Information

All of the content on this website is the exclusive copyrighted material of either Northwest Territorial Mint or the Boy Scouts of America and may not be reproduced in any form without the express written consent of these organizations. See below for specific information regarding Boy Scouts of America® trademarks and logos. Click here to access the official Boy Scouts of America website for additional information.

Boy Scouts of America® Copyright and Trademark Protection

The trademarks and logos of the Boy Scouts of America are protected by a 1916 act of Congress (36 U.S.C. 27) as well as by a variety of registrations with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The 1916 act specifically gives the Boy Scouts of America the sole and exclusive right to use its "emblems, badges, descriptive and designating marks" in connection with carrying out its purposes.

These and all art or logotypes obtained from the National Council, Boy Scouts of America, are the exclusive property of the Boy Scouts of America and must be used and displayed as shown in this manual or official artwork unless otherwise stated in writing from an authorized officer of the Boy Scouts of America. In other words, they must appear with any ownership symbols exactly as received, and no additional symbols are to appear in connection with them.

If the manual or official artwork indicates that the artwork or logotype is the subject of a U.S. Trademark Registration Certificate, then it should appear with the ® symbol. It is customary that the ® symbol is used once in the headline of an advertisement (if it is used in an ad or a poster) and then the first time it is used in the text. The ® symbol is placed on the upper right-hand shoulder of the last letter of the trademark (if it is a word mark) or on the upper right-hand shoulder of the symbol (if it is a design mark) and in a size that is approximately one-third the size of the largest letter or element in the trademark (but never so small that it can't be read).

It is also desirable, but not as critical, to place a statement at the bottom of any advertisement or poster that clearly identifies trademarks or design marks of the Boy Scouts of America. This might read as follows:

Boy Scouts of America®, the Universal Emblem, BSA®, Be Prepared®, Cub Scouts®, Eagle Scout®, Friends of Scouting®, Order of the Arrow®, Pinewood Derby®, Scouting®, Tenderfoot™, and Venturing® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of the Boy Scouts of America in the United States and/or other countries. Manufactured under license from the Boy Scouts of America. All rights reserved.

If you have any questions concerning correct trademark usage, please contact the Custom Communication Division at the national office for further guidance.




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