§ 28-10-9. Advertising for employees during labor dispute.
If an employer during the continuance of a strike, lockout, or other labor trouble among his or her employees publicly advertises in newspapers or by posters or otherwise for employees, or by himself or herself or his or her agents solicits persons to work for him or her to fill the places of strikers, he or she shall plainly in type as prominent as the largest printed matter in the body of the advertisement or poster explicitly mention in the advertisement or oral or written solicitations that a strike, lockout, or other labor trouble exists among his or her employees. If any person, firm, association, or corporation violates any provisions of this section, he or she or it shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars ($100) for each offense.
(P.L. 1940, ch. 896, §§ 1, 2; P.L. 1955, ch. 3492, § 1; G.L. 1956, § 28-10-9.)