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Trademarks, Service Marks and Insignia
What is an Insignia?
Any association, lodge, order, fraternal society, beneficial association, or fraternal and beneficial society or association, historical military or veteran's organization, labor union, foundation, federation, or any other auxiliary thereof, whether incorporated or unincorporated may register in the office of the administrator, a facsimile, duplicate, or description of its name, badge, button, decoration, charm, emblem, rosette, or other insignia, and may by reregistration, alter or cancel the same.
What act governs Michigan mark registration?
A trademark serves primarily to distinguish one producer's goods or products from similar goods produced by another.