§ 23-26-7. Types of material requiring sterilization.
No person shall use any material to make any article of bedding for sale that is made from material:
(1) That comes from an animal or fowl;
(2) That contains any bugs, vermin, insects, or filth;
(3) That is unsanitary;
(4) That contains burlap or other material that has been used for baling;
(5) That is second-hand;
unless the material has been thoroughly sterilized by a process approved by the director.
(P.L. 1940, ch. 820, § 2; G.L. 1956, § 23-26-7.)