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33-3802.  Definitions. The following terms, wherever used or referred to in this act, shall have the following meaning unless a different meaning clearly appears from the context:
(a)  The term "institution" shall mean any institution named in section 2 [3, section 33-3803, Idaho Code];
(b)  The term "board" shall mean the state board of education, board of regents, board of trustees or other governing body, by whatever name known, of an institution;
(c)  The term "bonds" shall mean any bonds of an institution issued pursuant to this act;
(d)  The term "project" shall mean and include buildings, structures, improvements, and equipment of every kind, nature and description, which may be required by or convenient for the purposes of an institution, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, administration, dining, exhibition, lecture, recreational and teaching halls, or parts thereof, or additions thereto; heat, light, sewer and water works plants or systems, or parts thereof, or extensions thereto; commons, dining halls, dormitories, auditoriums, libraries, infirmaries, laundries, laboratories, metallurgical plants, museums, swimming pools, water-towers, fire prevention and fire fighting systems, gymnasia, stadia, dwellings, green houses, farm buildings, and stables, or parts thereof, or additions thereto; or any one, or more than one, or all of the foregoing, or any combination thereof;
(e)  The term "to acquire" shall include to purchase, to erect, to build, to construct, to reconstruct, to repair, to replace, to extend, to better, to equip, to develop, to improve, and to embellish a project;
(f)  The term "Recovery Act" shall mean the act of the Congress of the United States of America, approved June 16, 1933, entitled: "An Act to encourage national industrial recovery, to foster fair competition, and to provide for the construction of certain useful public works and for other purposes," and Acts amendatory thereof and acts supplemental thereto, and revisions thereof, and any further Acts or joint resolutions of the Congress of the United States to encourage public works or to reduce unemployment or for work relief;
(g)  The term "federal agency" shall mean the United States of America, the President of the United States of America, the Federal Emergency Administrator of Public Works, or such other agency or agencies as may be designated or created to make loans or grants.

[33-3802, added 1935 (1st E.S.), ch. 55, sec. 2, p. 145.]

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