Each railroad shall print in plain type and file with the public utilities commission, within a time fixed by the commission, schedules, showing all rates, fares, and charges for transportation of passengers and property, and any service in connection therewith, which such railroad has established and which are in force at such time between all points in this state upon its railroad, or upon any railroad controlled or operated by it. Such schedules shall be open to public inspection. Such schedules shall plainly state the places upon such railroad or upon any railroad controlled or operated by it in this state between which passengers and property will be carried, and there shall be filed with such schedule the classification of freight in force. As a part of such schedules, each railroad shall publish the rules and regulations affecting the rates charged or to be charged for transportation of passengers or property, and also its charges for delay in loading or unloading cars, for track and car service, rental, demurrage, switching, terminal or transfer service, or for any other service in connection with transportation of persons or property. Two copies of such schedules, in such form and places as are accessible for inspection by the public, shall be filed and kept on file in every depot, station, and office of such railroad where passengers or freight are received for transportation.
Effective Date: 10-01-1953 .