All courts in this state and each judge, justice, magistrate, referee, clerk, and
deputy clerk thereof; members and referees of the division of labor standards and
statistics; members of the public utilities commission; and notaries public have
power to administer oaths and affirmations to witnesses and others concerning any
matter, thing, process, or proceeding pending, commenced, or to be commenced before
them respectively. The courts, judges, magistrates, referees, clerks, and deputy clerks within their
respective districts or counties; a person designated by the governing body, or any
officer thereof; and notaries public within any county of this state have the power
to administer all oaths or affirmations of office and other oaths or affirmations
required to be taken by any person upon any lawful occasion and to take affidavits
and depositions concerning any matter or thing, process, or proceeding pending, commenced,
or to be commenced in any court or on any occasion an affidavit or a deposition is
authorized or by law required to be taken.
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