Chapter 80.04 RCW
Conduct of business subject to regulationDetermination by commission.
Procedure before commission and courts.
Number of witnesses may be limited.
Witness fees and mileage.
Protection against self-incrimination.
DepositionsService of process.
Inspection of books, papers, and documents.
Manner of serving papers.
Annual reports.
Forms of records to be prescribed.
Protection of records containing commercial information.
Production of out-of-state books and records.
ComplaintsHearingsWater systems not meeting board of health standardsDrinking water standardsNonmunicipal water systems audits.
Suspension of tariff changeMandatory measured telecommunications serviceWashington telephone assistance program serviceEffect of abandonment of electrical generation facility on which tax exemption for pollution control equipment is claimedWaiver of provisions during state of emergency.
Order requiring joint action.
Remunerative rates cannot be changed without approval.
Rules and regulations.
Review of orders.
SupersedeasWater companies seeking supersedeas.
Appellate review.
Rehearing before commission.
Commission may change orders.
Action in court on reparations and overcharges.
Valuation of public service property.
Summary proceedings.
Merchandise accounts to be kept separate.
Purchase and sale of stock by employees.
Sales of stock to employees and customers.
Budgets to be filed by companiesSupplementary budgets.
Commission's control over expenditures.
Budget rules.
Effect of unauthorized expenditureEmergencies.
Depreciation and retirement accounts.
Earnings in excess of reasonable rateConsideration in fixing rates.
PenaltiesViolations by public service companies.
PenaltiesViolations by officers, agents, and employees of public service companies.
PenaltiesViolations by other corporations.
PenaltiesViolations by persons.
Actions to recover penaltiesDisposition of fines, penalties, and forfeitures.
Additional penaltiesViolations by public service companies and officers, agents, and employees thereof.
Orders and rules conclusive.
Intervention by commission where order or rule is involved.
Findings of commission prima facie correct.
Companies liable for damages.
Certified copies of orders, rules, etc.Evidentiary effect.
Investigation of accidents.
Commission to enforce public service lawsEmployees as peace officers.
Rights of action not releasedPenalties cumulative.
Application to municipal utilities.
Duties of attorney general.
Approval of lease of utility facilities.
Local exchange company that serves less than two percent of state's access linesRegulatory exemptionsReporting requirements.
Thermal energyRestrictions on authority of commission.
Power purchase agreement for acquisition of coal transition power.
Regulatory fee on wastewater companies regulated by the commissionRule-making authority.
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