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cluded in clause (1) of this subsection without regard to their membership in or affiliation with any social, fraternal, or honorary society or organization, and (B) upon dissolution of which all title to any property purchased or built from the proceeds of any loan which is made under section 401, or is the subject of a contract for annual grants entered into under section 401, will pass to such institution (or to anyone or more of such institutions) unless it is shown to the satisfaction of the Secretary that such property or the proceeds from its sale will be used for some other nonprofit educational purpose, (4) any agency, public authority, or other instrumentality of any State, established for the purpose of providing or financing housing or other educational facilities for students or faculty of any educational institution included in clause (1) of this subsection, but nothing herein contained shall require an institution included in clause (1) of this subsection to obtain loans or grants through any instrumentality included in this clause of this subsection, and (5) any nonprofit student housing cooperative corporation established for the purpose of providing housing for students or students and faculty of any institution included in clause (1) of this subsection.
In the case of any loan made under section 401 to a corporation described in clause (3) of this subsection which was not established by the institution or institutions for whose students or students and faculty it would provide housing, or to a student housing cooperative corporation described in clause (5) of this subsection, and in the case of any loan which is obtained from other sources by such a corporation and is the subject of a contract for annual grants entered into under section 401, the Secretary shall require that the note securing such loan be cosigned by such institution (or by any one or more of such institutions): Provided, That where the law of any State in effect on the date of enactment of the Housing Act of 1964 1 prevents the institution or institutions, for whose students or students and faculty the housing is to be provided, from cosigning the note, the Secretary shall require the corporation and the proposed project to be approved by such institution (or by any one or more of such institutions) in lieu of such cosigning.
(c) "Development cost” means costs of the construction of the housing or other educational facilities and the land on which it is located, including necessary site improvements to permit its use for housing or other educational facilities; except that in the case of the purchase of facilities such term means the cost as approved by the Secretary
(d) "Faculties" means members of the faculty and their families.
(e) "State" shall include the several States, the District of Columbia, and the Territories and possessions of the United States.
() "Secretary" means the Secretary of Education.
(g) “Construction" means erection of new structures, or rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, or improvement of existing structures.
(h) “Other educational facilities” means (1) new or existing structures suitable for use as cafeterias or dining halls, student centers
· September 2, 1964.
or student unions, infirmaries or other inpatient or outpatient health facilities, or for other essential service facilities, and (2) structures suitable for the above uses provided by rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, or improvement of existing structures which are otherwise inadequate for such uses.
Approved April 20, 1950.
EXCERPT FROM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ORGANIZATION ACT
(Public Law 96-88; 93 Stat. 688; 20 U.S.C. 3441)
TRANSFERS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN
Sec. 306. There are transferred to the Secretary 1 all functions relating to college housing loans of the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and of the Department of Housing and Urban Development under title IV of the Housing Act of 1950.
EFFECT OF TRANSFERS
Sec. 307. The transfer of a function or office from an officer or agency to the Secretary or to the Department includes any aspects of such function or office vested in a subordinate of such officer or in a component of such agency.
Approved October 17, 1979.
Refers to Secretary of Education.
EXCERPTS FROM ENERGY CONSERVATION AND PRODUCTION ACT
[Public Law 94-385; 90 Stat. 1125; 42 U.S.C. 6801) TITLE III-ENERGY CONSERVATION STANDARDS FOR NEW
Sec. 301. This title may be cited as the "Energy Conservation Standards for New Buildings Act of 1976".
FINDINGS AND PURPOSES
Sec. 302. (a) The Congress finds that
(1) large amounts of fuel and energy are consumed unnecessarily each year in heating, cooling, ventilating, and providing domestic hot water for newly constructed residential and commercial buildings because such buildings lack adequate energy conservation features;
(2) Federal voluntary performance standards for newly constructed buildings can prevent such waste of energy, which the Nation can no longer afford in view of its current and anticipated energy shortage;
(3) the failure to provide adequate energy conservation measures in newly constructed buildings increases long-term operating costs that may affect adversely the repayment of, and security for, loans made, insured or guaranteed by Federal agencies or made by federally insured or regulated instrumentalities; and
(4) State and local building codes or similar controls can pro vide an existing means by which to assure, in coordination with other building requirements and with a minimum of Federal interference in State and local transactions, that newly constructed buildings contain adequate energy conservation
features. (b) The purposes of this title, therefore, are to
(1) redirect Federal policies and practices to assure that reasonable energy conservation features will be incorporated into new commercial and residential buildings receiving Federal financial assistance;
(2) provide for the development and implementation, as soon as practicable, of voluntary performance standards for new residential and commercial buildings which are designed to achieve the maximum practicable improvements in energy efficiency and increases in the use of nondepletable sources of energy; and
(3) encourage States and local governments to adopt and enforce such standards through their existing building codes and other construction control mechanisms, or to apply them through a special approval process.
SEC. 303. As used in this title:
(1) The term "Administrator" means the Administrator of the Federal Energy Administration; except that after such Administration ceases to exist, such term means any officer of the United States designated by the President for purposes of this title. 1
(2) The term "building" means any structure to be constructed which includes provision for a heating or cooling system or both, or for a hot water system.
(3) The term "building code” means a legal instrument which is in effect in a State or unit of general purpose local government, the provisions of which must be adhered to if a building is to be considered to be in conformance with law and suitable for occupancy and use.
(4) The term "commercial buildings" means any building other than a residential building, including any building developed for industrial or public purposes.
(5) The term "Federal agency" means any department, agency, corporation, or other entity or instrumentality of the executive branch of the Federal Government, including the United States Postal Service, the Federal National Mortgage Association, and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.
(6) The term “Federal building” means any building to be constructed by, or for the use of, any Federal agency which is not legally subject to State or local building codes or similar requirements.
(7) The term “Federal financial assistance” means (A) any form of loan, grant, guarantee, insurance, payments, rebate, subsidy, or any other form of direct or indirect Federal assistance (other than general or special revenue sharing or formula grants made to States) approved by any Federal officer or agency; or (B) any loan made or purchased by any bank, savings and loan association, or similar institution subject to regulation by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, or the National Credit Union Administration.
(8) The term “National Institute of Building Sciences” means the institute established by section 809 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.
(9) The term "voluntary performance standards" means an energy consumption goal or goals to be met without specification of the methods, materials, and processes to be employed in achieving that goal or goals, but including statements of the
See Department of Energy Organization Act, Public Law 95-91, approved August 4, 1977, regarding transfer of functions to Department of Energy.