Marks consisting of immoral or scandalous matter cannot be federally registered. Courts have defined scandalous marks to include marks giving offense to the conscience or moral feelings; exciting reprobation, calling out condemnation for a substantial composite of the general public. In re McGinty, 660 F.2d 481 (1981). A fairly recent example of a mark denied registration on the basis of being immoral is the mark DICK HEAD'S accompanied by the logo depicting male genitalia, for restaurant and bar services. In re Wilcher Corp. 40 USPQ2d 1929 (1996).