216.16 HEARINGS BEFORE COMMISSION.
If the matter be not adjusted to the satisfaction of the commission, it shall set a time and
place of hearing, and give at least ten days' notice thereof to each party. The parties may appear
either in person or by attorney. The commission shall hear evidence and otherwise investigate
the matter, make findings of fact upon all matters involved, and such order or recommendation
in the premises as may be just. A copy of such findings and order or recommendation shall
forthwith be served upon each party. No proceedings shall be dismissed on account of want of
pecuniary interest in the complaint.
History: (4641) RL s 1966; 1907 c 305; 1921 c 159 s 1; 1971 c 25 s 67; 1980 c 614 s 102