I doubt a list would exist. Manufacturers could change their methods to save costs, or perhaps they are just buying bearings from somewhere else and then re-selling them as-is and that place. Either place may choose to ship pre-lubed bearings, but may ship to dry bearings just to save the costs on lube(which adds up in an economy of scale).
Why not just take the bearing, clean it and then lube it, eve if it’s new from the package?
That eliminates guess-work. Might even take less time than contacting the manufacturer. Or contact your retailer/place of purchase. If they are a specialty store, the odds of them knowing are better than a big box “general toy store” location.