Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-13-E7 - Use of mercurial carroting solutions and mercurial carroted fur

(a) For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section, the following terms are defined:
(1) Hatters' fur is any animal fiber or other substance used in the manufacture of hats, which is treated or otherwise prepared by the process of, or in a manner similar to that of, carroting.
(2) Carroting is the process of treating hatters' fur with mercury nitrate or any other solution or material for the purpose of rendering the hatters' fur suitable in the manufacture of hats.
(3) Mercurial carrot is any solution or material containing mercury or its compounds in combination with nitric acid or other materials and used in the carroting or preparation of hatters' fur.
(b) The use of mercurial carrot in the preparation of hatters' fur, or the use of mercurial carroted hatters' fur in the manufacture of hats, is prohibited.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-13-E7

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