PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATION
PUBLIC UTILITIES LAW — APPLICATION AND DEFINITIONS
61-119. Electrical corporation. The term "electrical corporation" when used in this act includes every corporation or person, their lessees, trustees, receivers or trustees appointed by any court whatsoever, owning, controlling, operating or managing any electric plant for compensation within this state, except where the electricity is:
(1) Generated on or distributed by the producer through private property alone, solely for his own use or the use of his tenants and not for sale to others;
(2) Purchased from a public utility as defined in section 61-129, Idaho Code, to charge the batteries of an electric motor vehicle as provided by order or rule of the commission; or
(3) To be used exclusively in operations incident to the working of metalliferous mines and mining claims, mills, or reduction and smelting plants, and the transmission lines and distribution systems are owned by the consumer or where several consumers severally own their individual distribution systems and jointly own, in their own names or through a trustee, the transmission lines used in connection therewith and transmit such electricity, whether generated by themselves or procured from some other source, over such transmission lines and distribution systems without profit, and to be used for their private uses for the purposes aforesaid in places outside the limits of incorporated cities, towns and villages, and not for resale or public use, sale or distribution.
[(61-119) 1913, ch. 61, sec. 2r, p. 248; am. 1915, ch. 62, sec. 1r, p. 153; am. 1917, ch. 128, subd. r, p. 430; reen. C.L. 106:19; C.S., sec. 2386; I.C.A., sec. 59-119; am. 2015, ch. 221, sec. 1, p. 684.]