All material used in stuffed toys shall be new and free from dangerous or harmful
chemicals or other substances and shall be free from oil, dirt, refuse and similar
substances. Manufacturers using material in stuffed toys containing products of animal origin
must obtain a certificate of disinfection from the department on forms provided by
the department. Such application shall contain with it a random sample of the said product of animal
origin as it is contained in stuffed toys ready for market. In disinfection of such material only processes approved by the department may be
used. In determining what processes shall be approved, the department shall insure that
the said product of animal origin shall be clean and pure and neither harmful nor
dangerous to potential users thereof. Stuffed toys shall also be subjected to a flammability test and any stuffed toy
determined by the department to be highly inflammable and dangerous shall not be approved.
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