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Ordinance Number Description Approval Date
1 Government ordinance.
2 Regarding garbage.
3 Regarding cattle.
4 Regarding liquor.
5 Appointment of Street Commissioner.
6 Regarding firearms.
7 An ordinance for licensing drays, peddlars and auctioneers, adopted by the trustees of the town of Williston N. D. June 1st 1894.
8 Pertaining to the licensing of dogs.
9 Regarding liquor.
10 Not found.
11 An ordinance regulating billiard halls and other places, adopted by the trustees of the town of Williston N. D. approved January 6th 1897.
12 Regarding billiard hall licensing.
13 Regarding exhibitions and public shows.
14 Regarding gambling.
15 Pertaining to abuse of animals.
16 Nuisances.
17 Regarding the construction of buildings.
18 Franchise for telephone service.
19 Franchise for telephone service.
20 An ordinance to amend Section 2 of Ordinance 13 of the town of Williston relating to "The licensing of dogs, etc." 5/31/1904
21 An ordinance to be known as the "Curfew Ordinance," regulating the hour for which minor children may be allowed upon the streets and public grounds of the city. 5/31/1904
22 An ordinance regulating streets, alleys and public grounds. 5/31/1904
23 An ordinance defining the width and material of Sidewalks and Curb Lines. 5/31/1904
24 An ordinance defining Fire Limits and Fire Departments. 5/31/1904
25 An ordinance to define vagrancy, and prescribing punishment for the same. 6/8/1904
26 Amending contruction of buildings.
27 An ordinance defining the grades of certain streets in the city. 7/2/1906
28 An ordinance for the protection from fires within thelimits of the city of Williston, and providing for the appointment of fire wardens and defining their duties and compensation. 7/14/1904
29 Telephone franchise.
30 An ordinance defining the grades of certain streets in the city. 7/28/1904
31 An ordinance regulating billiard halls and other places, adopted by the trustees of the town of Williston N. D. approved January 6th 1897. 8/1/1904
32 An ordinance relative to Hawkers, Peddlers and Draymen, and to repeal an ordinance known as ordinance No. 7, adopted June 1st, 1894, by the trustees of the town of Williston, N.D. entitled "an ordinance for licensing drays, peddlers and auctioneers." 8/1/1904
33 Lighting and heating plant franchise.
34 Amending Ordinance 30 regarding streets and grades.
35 An ordinance to amend Section 5 of Ordinance No. 30 of the City of Williston, N.D. relative to the established grade on Main Street being a street in said city. 11/23/1904
36 Permission and authority granted to the Standard Oil Company to construct and maintain for a term of Fifty Years (50) on the property of the Great Northern Railway Company, not less than one hundred (100) feet east of the Delaney Elevator on a site prescribed by said Railway Company, warehouse, tanks and other buildings necessary for its business, and to store illuminating oils, coal oils, naptha, gasolene, benzine and other mineral oils or fluid the products of petroleum. 12/12/1904
37 Amendment to 21, Regulating Buildings within Fire Limits of the city. 12/12/1904
38 An ordinance relative to Standard Time. 5/8/1905
39 An ordinance relative to the bonds and salary of certain city officers. 5/8/1905
40 An ordinance making the annual appropriation for the city of Williston for the fiscal year 1905 and 1906. 10/12/1905
41 Authorizing the calling and holding of an election for the purpose of voting upon the question of bonds for lighting and water purposes. 12/21/1905
42 Providing for the issuance and delivery of $15,000 of Electric Light Plant Bonds of the city, prescribing the form of bond and making a tax levy for the payment of principal and interest thereof. 6/7/1906
43 Providing for the issuance and delivery of $12,000 of Water Works Bonds of the city, prescribing the form of bond and making a tax levy for the payment of principal and interest thereof. 6/7/1906
44 Regarding the width of sidewalks and curb lines. 6/4/1906
45 Dividing the city into wards and defining the boundaries of wards in the city. 7/2/1906
46 Amending Section 5 of Ordinance 42, Electric Light Bonds. 8/2/1906
47 Amending Section 5 of Ordinance 43, Water Works Bonds. 8/2/1906
48 Making the annual appropriations for fiscal year commencing September 1st, 1906 entitled "The annual appropriation bill." 9/24/1906
49 Amending Section 2 of Ordinance 31 regulating Billiard Rooms & Bowling Alleys 10/8/1906
50 Regulating the use of, and to provide for the removal of snow from sidewalks within the city. 3/18/1907
51 To govern the Water Works & Electric Light Plant of Williston. 1/12/1907
52 Amending water rates. 2/4/1907
53 Vacating Portions of Metzer, Zahl, Second Streets and Gibbs Avenue. 3/8/1907
54 Regarding the installation of water meters and electric meters. 3/8/1907
55 Regarding the width and material of sidewalks and curb lines. 5/27/1907
56 Water carrier's license.
57 Granting Western Union Telegraph the right to place and maintain its poles and lines in the streets, alleys and public ways of the city. 6/4/1907
58 Amending Ordinance 30 regarding streets and grades.
59 Grade elevation of Broadway.
60 Making the annual appropriations for fiscal year commencing September 1st, 1907 entitled "The annual appropriation bill." 9/18/1907
61 Providing for the Annual Tax Levy for the fiscal year commencing Sept. 1, 1907, and entitled the Annual Tax Levy Bill. 9/16/1907
62 Regarding the repair of sidewalks. 9/16/1907
63 Not found.
64 Amending Ordinance 51 - electric light plant and waterworks.
65 Construction of buildings within the fire limits. 4/16/1908
66 Mayor authorized to grant licenses. 4/8/1908
67 Amending electric light rates. 4/8/1908
68 A transient merchant who engages in vending or sale of merchandise within the city and who does not intend to become and does not become a permanent merchant of the city must obtain a license before pursuing the business of transient merchant. 5/11/1908
69 Every owner or keeper of a dog or animal of the dog kind within the limits of the city shall annually on or before the 30th day of April cause the same to be registered, numbered, described and licensed for one year from the firt day of the ensuing May, in the office of the city auditor. 5/11/1908
70 Granting Muddy Valley Telephone permission and consent to erect suitable supports and stringing and maintaining wires for a complete telephone exchange and to maintain and operate the same. 5/25/1908
71 Private sewers and service pipes. All sewer, drain water pipes, which shall hereafter be laid, relaid or repaired through or on any private premises, shall be subject to the inspection of the superintendant of water works of said city. 8/4/1908
72 Vehicle regulations.
73 Every owner or keeper of chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea hens, peacocks, or other fowls, within the city, shall annually from the first day of May until the first day of December, keep enclosed on his own premises or premises controlled by him and not allow to run at large any or all fowls owned or kept by him within the limits of the city. 5/25/1908
74 Providing for the annual appropriation for the fiscal year commencing Sept. 1st 1908 and entitled "The Annual Appropriation bill." 9/24/1908
75 Providing for the Annual Tax Levy for the fiscal year commencing Sept. 1, 1908, and entitled the Annual Tax Levy Bill. 9/24/1908
76 Amending Ordinance 25 regarding vagrancy.
77 Regarding the Police Magistrate.
78 Nuisances. That each and every place within the boundaries of the city, or within its police jurisdiction where any spirituous malt, vinous, formented or any intoxicating liquors are sold, offered or kept for sale, barter, gift or trade as a beverage, and every place where persons are permitted to resort for the purpose of drinking any of the said liquors as a beverage are hereby defined and declared to be a nuisance affecting the good order of the city. 2/1/1909
79 Granting to Dakota Western Telephone Company the use of the streets, avenues, alleys and other public places in the city for the purpose of locating, constructing, operating and maintaining its telephone lines, wires, poles and other apparatus and appliances, in, upon, over and across the same. 4/9/1909
80 Amending the penalty clause of Ordinance 22, Section 11. 3/10/1909
81 Amending the penalty clause of Ordinance 32, Section 4. 3/10/1909
82 That at the first regular session of the City Council after the biannual election for Mayor, or within a reasonable time thereafter, or at any time when a vacancy occurs, the Mayor shall appoint and submit to the Council for approval and confirmation a City Auditor, a City Attorney, a City Street Commissioner, a City Engineer, a Chief of Police, a Chief of the Fire Department, a City Superintendent of Water Works, a City Pound Master, and such other officers as may be provided for by ordinance. 4/16/1909
83 Amending Ordinance 51 - electric light plant and waterworks.
84 Vacation of parts of Sassan and Gibbs Avenues and Teschler Avenue. 5/3/1909
85 Amending salaries of City Commissioners and City Officers. 5/3/1909
86 Providing for the issuance of water works bonds in the sum of $3,422.92, and providing a sinking fund for the payment of both interest and principle. 7/19/1909
87 Regarding horses running wild.
88 Watermain tapping.
89 Appropriations for 1909.
90 House numbering.
91 Changing names of streets.
92 Plumbing supervision and inspections.
93 Provides for license to co-partnerships, corporations and firms employing plumbers. 12/13/1909
94 Fixing the rate of electricity used for lighting purposes when the amount consumed amounts to 500 kilowat hours or over per month. 12/13/1909
95 Amending salaries of the Street Commissioner, Chief of Police, and Patrolman. 4/7/1910
96 Prohibits use of Cess Pools and Privies not connected and drained by the sewer, on all property abutting on Main Street, from Great Northern Depot to Eighth Street. 3/30/1910
97 Prohibiting minors from frequenting pool and billiard rooms, bowling alleys and temperance saloons or any place under whatsoever name run, where billiards, pool, bowling or cards are played and providing punishment of owners. 3/30/1910
98 Authorizing the execution and sale of negotiable bonds of the City of Williston in the amount of $90,500.00. 4/7/1910
99 Annual Appropriation Bill for the Fiscal Year commencing September 1, 1910. 9/16/1910
100 Granting the Great Northern Railway Company the right to construct, operate and maintain a line or lines of railway along and across a certain alley and street in the city. 1/9/1911