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113 STAT. 1814 PUBLIC LAW 106-168—DEC. 12, 1999 "(5) the number of cases in which the authority described in section 3016 was used, and a comprehensive statement describing how that authority was used in each of those cases; and", (d) TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENT.— The table of sections for chapter 30 of title 39, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: "3 016. Administrative subpoenas. ". SEC. 108. REQUIREMENTS OF PROMOTERS OF SKILL CONTESTS OR SWEEPSTAKES MAILINGS. (a) IN GENERAL. —Chapter 30 of title 39, United States Code (as amended by section 107) is amended by adding after section 3016 the following:

  • '§3017. Nonmailable skill contests or sweepstakes matter;

notification to prohibit mailings "(a) DEFINITIONS.— In this section— "(1) the term 'promoter' means any person who— "(A) originates and mails any skill contest or sweepstakes, except for any matter described in section 3001(k)(4); or "(B) originates and causes to be mailed any skill contest or sweepstakes, except for any matter described in section 3001(k)(4); "(2) the term 'removal request' means a request stating that an individual elects to have the name and address of such individual excluded from any list used by a promoter for mailing skill contests or sweepstakes; "(3) the terms 'skill contest', 'sweepstakes', and 'clearly and conspicuously displayed' have the same meanings as given them in section 300l(k); and "(4) the term 'duly authorized person', as used in connection with an individual, means a conservator or guardian of, or person granted power of attorney by, such individual. "(b) NONMAILABLE MATTER.— "(1) IN GENERAL.— Matter otherwise legally acceptable in the mails described in paragraph (2)— "(A) is nonmailable matter; "(B) shall not be carried or delivered by mail; and "(C) shall be disposed of as the Postal Service directs. "(2) NONMAILABLE MATTER DESCRIBED.—Matter described in this paragraph is any matter that— "(A) is a skill contest or sweepstakes, except for any matter described in section 3001(k)(4); and "(B)(i) is addressed to an individual who made an election to be excluded from lists under subsection (d); or "(ii) does not comply with subsection (c)(1). "(c) REQUIREMENTS OF PROMOTERS.— "(1) NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS. —Any promoter who mails a skill contest or sweepstakes shall provide with each mailing a statement that— "(A) is clearly and conspicuously displayed; "(B) includes the address or toll-free telephone number of the notification system established under paragraph (2); and