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RULES OF PRACTICE
IN FORMAL PROCEEDINGS
IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL
WITH COPY OF THE ACT
OF THE COMMISSION
WASHINGTON : 1929
RULES OF PRACTICE
IN FORMAL PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE FEDERAL WATER POWER
ACT 1 AND
IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL PROCEEDINGS
I. PUBLIC SESSIONS AND HEARINGS
1. Public sessions of the commission for hearings, and hearings before any member, expert, examiner, or other officer of the commission will be held as set upon notice by the executive secretary of the commission or by the member, expert, examiner, or officer before whom the hearing is to be held. It shall be the duty of the parties in interest to keep the commission informed at all times by written notice in respect to their addresses. Notices of public hearings may be sent by mail to the parties in interest at the addresses notified as aforesaid, or such notice of future hearings may be by announcement made at a preceding public hearing. Notice given in either of these two ways shall be a substitute for actual personal notice.
2. Hearings may be held upon complaint, petition, request, or other formal notice, by any party in interest, or upon the commission's own initiative, concerning applications for permits or licenses, declarations of intention, restorations to entry of lands in power-site reserves, issuance of securities, valuations, accounting, project costs, or any other matter coming under its jurisdiction when, in the judgment of the commission, a hearing is necessary or desirable for the purpose of developing or obtaining information or data which will enable the commission to perform its duties under the act.
1. The parties to proceedings before the commission are applicants, declarants, protestants, complainants, petitioners, interveners,