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Section 3713.01 | Bedding and stuffed toy definitions.

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As used in sections 3713.01 to 3713.10 of the Revised Code:

(A) "Person" has the same meaning as used in division (C) of section 1.59 of the Revised Code and also means any limited company, limited liability partnership, joint stock company, or other association.

(B) "Bedding" means any upholstered furniture, any mattress, upholstered spring, comforter, bolster, pad, cushion, pillow, mattress protector, quilt, and any other upholstered article, to be used for sleeping, resting, or reclining purposes, and any glider, hammock, or other substantially similar article that is wholly or partly upholstered.

(C) "Secondhand" means any article, or material, or portion thereof of which prior use has been made in any manner whatsoever.

(D) "Remade, repaired, or renovated articles not for sale" means any article that is remade, repaired, or renovated for and is returned to the owner for the owner's own use.

(E) "Sale," "sell," or "sold" shall, in the corresponding tense, mean sell, offer to sell, or deliver or consign in sale, or possess with intent to sell, or deliver in sale.

(F) "Upholstered furniture" means any article of furniture wholly or partly stuffed or filled with material and that is used or intended for use for sitting, resting, or reclining purposes.

(G) "Stuffed toy" means any article intended for use as a plaything or for an educational or recreational purpose that is wholly or partially stuffed with material.

(H) "Tag" or "label" means any material prescribed by the superintendent of industrial compliance to be attached to an article that contains information required under this chapter.

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