Chapter 81.04 RCW


Procedure before commission and courts.
Number of witnesses may be limited.
Witness fees and mileage.
Protection against self-incrimination.
DepositionService of process.
Inspection of books, papers, and documents.
Manner of serving papers.
Annual reportOther reports.
Forms of records to be prescribed.
Production of out-of-state books and records.
Suspension of tariff changeWaiver of provisions during state of emergency.
Order requiring joint action.
Remunerative rateChange without authorization prohibitedWaiver of provisions during state of emergency.
Rehearing before commission.
Commission may change orders.
Limitation of actions.
When cause of action deemed to accrue.
Action in court on reparations and overchargesProcedure.
Determination of rates.
Summary proceedings.
Accounts to be kept separate.
Purchase and sale of stock by employees.
Sale of stock to employees and patrons.
Budgets to be filedSupplementary budgets.
Commission's control over expenditures.
Budget rules and regulations.
Effect of unauthorized expenditureEmergencies.
Depreciation and retirement accounts.
Excessive earnings to reserve fund.
PenaltiesViolations by public service companies.
PenaltiesViolations by officers, agents, and employees of public service companies and persons or entities acting as public service companies.
PenaltiesViolations by other corporations.
PenaltiesViolations by persons.
Actions to recover penaltiesDisposition of fines, fees, penalties.
Additional penaltiesViolations by public service companies and officers, agents, and employees.
Orders and rules conclusive.
Commission intervention where order or rule is involved.
Findings of department prima facie correct.
Companies liable for damages.
Certified copies of orders, rules, etc.Evidentiary effect.
Commission to enforce public service lawsEmployees as peace officers.
Right of action not releasedPenalties cumulative.
Application to municipal utilitiesSafety regulation of municipal gas and hazardous liquid pipelines.
Duties of attorney general.
Engaging in business or operating without approval or authorityProcedure.
Controlled substances, alcohol.
Regulation of common carriers, railroad safety practices.
Railroad safety administration.
Railroad companies that transport crude oil must submit information relating to the ability to pay damages in the event of a spill or accidentAdoption of rules.
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