Each statute in the annotated code has the source for the law in the particular code section.
This particular statute was added to the code during the 2007 legislative session, and was later amended during the 2015 session. Below is an explanation of the abbreviations:
S.L. 2007, ch. 388 § 5 -- S.L. (session law) 2007, ch. 388 (Chapter 388 of that year's Session Laws) § (section) 5
S.L. 2015, chapter 310 § 3
We will conduct a legislative history of the 2007 statute. You can conduct the same research on the 2015 amendment by following these same steps.
The following libraries have the print version of the North Dakota Century Code
Dakota College at Bottineau
Bismarck State College, ND Supreme Court Law Library, State Historical Society of ND, North Dakota State Library
Lake Region State College
Dickinson Public Library, Dickinson State University
Fargo Public (Main & Carlson branches), NDSU main library
Grand Forks Public Library, UND Chester Fritz Library, UND Health Sciences Library, UND Thormodsgard Law Library
Jamestown College Library
Valley City State University
Mayville State University
Minot Public Library, Minot State University
North Dakota State College of Science
Walhalla Public School library
West Fargo Public Library
Minnesota State Law Law Library (St. Paul)
Minnesota State University Moorhead
University of Minnesota campuses: Crookston, Duluth, Morris, Twin Cities
The online version of the NDCC is located in the ND legislative website.
The homepage contains a list of the 65 titles of the code. Clicking on a title will get you to a list of sections of that title. Clicking on a section will pull up a pdf version of the actual language of the code.
The online version has no index.
You can go no further.
The online version of the NDCC does not provide any information relating to the source of any law. Without this information, you cannot locate any additional information needed to conduct an online search for the legislative history on on any code section or sub-subsection.