101 to 200

Ordinance Number Description Approval Date
101 Providing for the salary of the mayor. 4/7/1911
102 Establishing the width of sidewalks, curb lines and tree lines on the streets named in this ordinance, the materials and manner of constructing sidewalks, curbs and gutters and providing penalty for violations. 6/13/1911
103 Regulating, restraining and preventing the running at large of horses, mules, cattle, swine, sheep, goats, geese; and providing for the establishment and maintenance of public pounds for the impounding of any such stock running at large, or tethered in any street in the city, in violation of its ordinances, and establishing the proceedure for the impounding of such stock so impounded and making the expenses thereof and fines imposed and lien on such animals, and providing for the sale thereof to satisfy such liens; and providing for the appointment of a pound master and a city pound. 6/5/1911
104 Regulate the moving of traction engine over the streets, bridges, culverts, viaducts and street crossings of the city, providing for a permit for the same and the proceedure to obtain permit; and penalty for violation. 6/12/1911
105 Creating Improvement District 1 of the city for the purpose of grading , graveling, curbing, planting trees, constructing grass plots, sowing grass seed and constructing gutters and defining the size thereof. 6/12/1911
106 Creating Water District 1 and defining the size thereof. 6/12/1911
107 Amendment of Ordinance 83, Water Rates. 7/3/1911
108 Regulating the use of streets, providing for registration of motor vehicles, proceedure for registration and penalties for violation. 7/2/1912
109 Not found.
110 The Annual Appropriation Ordinance  for 1911 providing for the Annual Appropriation for the fiscal year commencing September 1st, 1911, of the city. 9/19/1911
111 To provide for the establishment of city scales, and creatiion of the office of City weigher and to regulate the inspection of weighing and measuring of fire wood, coal, hay and articles of merchandise. 12/7/1911
112 To amend Ordinance 45, dividing the city into four wards. 1/2/1912
113 To amend Ordinance number 66, and to provide for a license for and regulation of the business of fortune tellers, astrologers, and all persons practising palmistry, clairvoyancy, mesmerism or spirtitualism. 1/2/1912
114 To license the sale of milk,  providing for the inspection of the same and all adiries and premises  wherever situated from which any milk is offered for sale in such city, and to prohibit the sale of impure or diseased milk, and to provide for tuberculin test for all animals from which milk is taken and providing penalties for violation. 7/3/1912
115 Creating, establishing and reorganizing a Fire Department for the city. 7/2/1912
116 Providing for the duties of the Board of Health, for its organization and rules of procedure, and duties of Board of Health and Health Officer and providing sanitary regulations for the city. 7/17/1912
117 Annual Appropriation Ordinance for 1912. 10/7/1912
118 To amend Ordinance 111, abolishing the office of the City Weigh Master and prescribing that the duties heretofore performed by the City Weigh Master be performed by and become a part of the duties of the City Auditor. 7/8/1913
119 Establishing rates for printing and publishing ordinances, notices, reports and all other proceedings of the city. 4/28/1913
120 Amendment of Ordinance 65: Fire limits and building materials requirements. 5/19/1913
121 Defining fire limits within the city. 5/26/1913
122 Repealing Section 5 of Ordinance 82. 8/4/1913
123 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1913. 10/20/1913
124 To provide for the issuance of Funding Bonds in the sum of $21,500 for the purpose of funding the outstanding warrants in a like amount, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of such bonds when due, and appropriating some for such purpose. 11/3/1913
125 Amend Section 12 and repeal Section 19 of Ordinance 66, Licenses for Peddlers. 11/10/1913
126 Amend Section 15 and Section 10 of Ordinance 92, Qualified Plumbers. 11/24/1913
127 Regulating the erection and maintenance of signs and prohibiting signs that do not comply with this ordinance and providing a penalty for violation. 12/23/1913
128 Amendment of Section 2 of Ordinance 22, Awnings. 5/11/1914
129 Defining offices and departments over which certain city commissioners shall have special charge and defining the duties of heads of departments over officers and employees of the city. 5/11/1914
130 To provide for the issuance of $13,000 Bonds, the proceeds thereof to be used for the construction of a filtration plant and trunk water main connecting said filtration plant with the water tower and tank, said improvements to be used in connection with the water works system of the city for the purpose of furnishing a supply of water to the inhabitants of said city, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of said bonds when due, and appropriate the same for such purpose. 6/15/1914
131 To provide for the issuance of $8,000 Bonds, the proceeds thereof to be used for the construction of a water tank and tower and the purchase of two electrically driven centrifugal pumps, such improvements to be used in connection with the water works system of the city, for the purpose of furnishing a supply of water to the inhabitants of said city, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of said bonds when due, and appropriate the same for such purpose. 6/15/1914
132 Not adopted.
133 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1914. 9/28/1914
134 Amendment of Ordinance 51, Electric Rates. 1/4/1915
135 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1915. 9/21/1915
136 Repealing Ordinances 134, 107, 83, 67 and 51 in so far as Electric Light and Power Rates are affected. 12/31/1915
137 To repeal ordinance 115 in so far as it establishes salaries for officers, firemen and employees of the Fire Department of the city. 1/31/1916
138 Amend Section 16 of Ordinance 66, License Tax on Theatres, Shows, Concerts, etc. 3/13/1916
139 To provide for the issuance of $13,500, the proceeds thereof to be used for the purpose of purchasing a suitable site for and the erection of a joint Auditorium and Armory, in and for the city, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of said Bonds when due, and appropriate the same for such purpose. 3/13/1916
140 Granting to the Pioneer Oil and Gas Company, the right to lay, construct and maintain mains, feeders, service pipes and other necessary appliances in and along the streets, avenues and alleys throughout Williston for distribution of natural gas only therein, fixing maximum charge therefore, and regulating the operation hereunder. 6/12/1916
141 Amending Ordinance 140, Pioneer Oil Franchise. 8/29/1916
142 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1916. 5/25/1916
143 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1917. 9/24/1917
144 It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to keep, allow, or suffer to be kept or allowed, in the city, any swine, except as hereinafter provided. 3/27/1918
145 To provide for the issuance of $12,500, the proceeds thereof to be used for the purpose of purchasing a suitable site for and the erection of a joint Auditorium and Armory, in and for the city, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of said Bonds when due, and appropriate the same for such purpose. 4/29/1918
146 To provide for the issuance of $8,500, the proceeds thereof to be used for the purpose of purchasing Fire apparatus, including a Motor Fire Truck, for the city, and to provide for the levy and collection of a sufficient annual tax to pay the interest and principal of said Bonds when due, and appropriate the same for such purpose. 4/29/1918
147 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1918. 9/23/1918
148 Property Use Rights Granted to Standard Oil Company. 4/28/1919
149 Property Use Rights Granted to International Oil Company. 5/5/1919
150 Prohibiting the keeping of swine in the city and providing penalty therefor. 6/30/1919
151 To define the Streets, Avenues and parts thereof to be used for Automobile Trails. 8/15/1919
152 To amend Section Six, Article One of Ordinance Seventy One, Rules as to Watermains 9/1/1919
153 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1919. 9/15/1919
154 Creating a new park district of the city under the provisions of Article 24 of Chapter 49 of the Compiled Laws of North Dakota 1913 and acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto. 5/4/1920
155 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1920. 9/20/1920
156 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1921. 9/13/1921
157 To amend ordinance Number 21, and to be known as "Curfew Ordinance." 10/3/1921
158 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1922. 9/11/1922
159 Pertaining to the Tapping of Sewers (and Water Mains), Plumbing, Supervision, Inspection of all Work in connection Therewith in the City. 5/7/1923
160 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1923. 9/17/1923
161 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1924. 9/22/1924
162 Pertaining to the Tapping of Sewers (and Water Mains), Plumbing, Supervision, Inspection of all Work in connection Therewith in the City, amendment herein providing for actual costs; plus 25 percent. 10/27/1924
163 Amendment of Ordinance 116, Refuse Removal. 6/8/1925
164 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1925. 7/27/1925
165 It shall be unlawful for the driver of any automobile, auto truck, motorcycle or other auto propelled vehicle or any sleigh, cart, buggy or wagon, to knowingly pull, drag or draw any sleigh or sleighs, cart or other vehicle containing passengers, except, a regular trailer or vehicle drawn for the purpose of repair, or sale or in the usual course of business, or to pull or drag any person on a sled, bicycle, skates, skies, rollerskates, coasters or coaster scooters or any such conveyance... etc. 1/4/1926
166 Regulating radio receiving and broadcasting and prohibiting unnecessary disturbances of the atmosphere and providing a punishment for violation thereof. 2/1/1926
167 Regulating parking, riding, driving, travel and traffic on the streets of the city and providing punishment of any violations thereof. 4/5/1926
168 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1926. 7/28/1926
169 Pertaining to the Plumbing and the Tapping of Sewers and Water Mains and  Supervision and Inspection of all Work in connection Therewith in the City. 2/14/1927
170 Creating and defining Paving District 1. 2/14/1927
171 Creating and establishing Paving District Number One in the city, defining the boundaries of the same, and repealing Ordinance 170. 3/10/1927
172 Creating and establishing Paving District Number Two in the city, defining the boundaries thereof. 3/16/1927
173 Creating and establishing Paving District Number Three in the city, defining the boundaries of the same. 4/12/1927
174 Levying a Tax for the purpose of paying the interest and providing a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of $50,000 Sewer Bonds of the city dated March 1st, 1927. 4/12/1927
175 Requiring the securing of permits for the construction or installation of gasoline pumps, or pipes for the conveying of gasoline, upon or across any sidewalk or sidewalk line to the curb line, on or in any of the streets of the city, and forbidding the installation thereon on certain streets, avenues and alleys. 5/9/1927
176 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1927. 7/27/1927
177 Establishing lines for and designating materials for and the manner of constructing curbs and gutters; establishing tree lines and designating kind of trees to be planted in boulevards or streets; establishing lines for, and designating materials for, and manner of constructing sidewalks, cross-walks, and driveways, on and along streets and avenues in the city. 8/22/1927
178 Not adopted.
179 Levying a Tax for the purpose of paying the interest and providing a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of $30,000 Paving District 1 Bonds of the city dated May 1, 1928 and appropriating the said funds for such purpose. 3/26/1928
180 Establishing the boundaries of, and the number of wards in the city, and repealing Ordinances 45 and 112. 6/4/1928
181 Levying a tax for the purpose of paying the interest and providing a sinking fund for the payment of $52,500 Special Improvement Refunding Bonds of the city to be dated July 1st, 1928. 7/6/1928
182 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1928. 8/1/1928
183 Levying a tax for the purpose of paying the interest and principal of "1929 Storm Sewer Bonds" of the city. 4/29/1929
184 Levying a tax for the purpose of paying the interest and principal of "Special Improvement Refunding 1929 Bonds" of the city. 4/29/1929
185 Creating and establishing Paving District Number Two in the city, defining the boundaries thereof and repealing Ordinance 172. 5/6/1929
186 Levying a tax for the purpose of paying the interest and providing a sinking fund for the payment of $11,500 "1929 Sanitary Sewer Bonds" of the city, which Bond to be dated August 1, 1929. 7/22/1929
187 Annual Appropriation Ordinance of 1929. 8/12/1929
188 Granting certain privileges and franchises to Montana-Dakota Power Co., a corporation, its successors and assigns, and imposing certain duties in relation to the use of the streets, alleys and public places in the city for the erection, operation and maintenance of an electric plant for lighting, power, cooking, heating and other purposes. 9/16/1929
189 Authorizing Montana-Dakota Power Company, a corporation, its successors and assigns, to construct and maintain, own and operate plants, conduits, fixtures and mains for the manufacturing, conveying, supplying, transporting, use and sale of natural, artificial or manufactured gas to all public or private buildings, persons, firms and corporations in the city, and defining its powers and privileges herein. 9/16/1929
190 To preserve and protect the public health, prohibiting soil privies, privy vaults and cess pools when not connected with and drained into the adjacent sewer, declaring all such soil privies, privy vaults and cess pools nuisances, and requiring abatement thereof. 10/7/1929
191 For the promotion of health and suppression of disease, to provide for the cleaning and health of the city, and to regulate and limit the keeping of cows, heifers and streets within the limits of the city. 10/28/1929
192 Granting to the Great Northern Railway Company the right to construct, operate, and maintain a line or lines of railway along and across certain alleys and streets in the city. 11/4/1929
193 Prescribing "The Fire Limits" and the limits within which wooden buildings or structures shall not be placed, erected or repaired without permission; and providing that all and any building with the said fire limits when the same shall have been damaged by fire or wind or tornado or otherwise to the extent of fifty percent of the value thereof shall be torn down and removed and prescribing the manner of ascertaining such damage. 2/24/1930
194 Creating and establishing Paving District Number 3 of the city and defining the boundaries thereof. 3/10/1930
195 Providing for licensing plumbers, governing plumbing generally, the tapping of sewers or water mains or pipes, laying service connection pipes, testing same, laying water or sewer service connections pipes and testing same, and general supervision and inspection of all plumbing, and prohibiting the turning on of water, requiring water users to purchase and install water meters, and penalties for the violation of this ordinance. 4/28/1930
196 Creating and establishing Paving District Number 4 of the city and defining the boundaries thereof. 4/28/1930
197 To preserve and protect the public health, prohibiting soil privies, privy vaults and cess pools when not connected with and drained into the adjacent sewer, declaring all such soil privies, privy vaults and cess pools nuisances, and requiring abatement thereof, and penalty for violation thereof. 5/19/1930
198 Not adopted.
199 Providing for the regulating of the installation, maintenance and use of gas piping and fittings in buildings and the use of gas in and about buildings, and licensing persons to do gas piping and installation of gas fittings and fixtures and providing for penalty for violation thereof. 6/30/1930
200 Not adopted.