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From the Collection of enactment and decrees of the government for 1921, Administration of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR

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On providing the working faculties with hostels. ( Izv. No. 93, S. U. 36‐194 ).

Article No. 194.

Decree of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars.

In order to improve the situation of the Workersʹ Faculties, the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars decided:

1.                   The Communal Departments of the local Executive Committees are responsible for organizing hostels for Workersʹ Faculties and student proletarians in cities, the list of which is established by the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Education in conjunction with the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Internal Affairs.

2.                   Premises for dormitories of workersʹ faculties should be allocated near faculties based on a useful area of 1 sq. soot. for everyone living in the hostel.

3.                   Dormitories should be equipped with boilers and equipped with beds, tables, stools and other necessary furniture, according to the number of people living.

4.                   Equipped dormitories are transferred by the Communal Department to the jurisdiction of the Presidiums of the Workersʹ Departments, while the Communal Department retains control over the use of living space and the general condition of the dormitories.

5.                   All private issues arising from the organization of hostels are resolved by the Communal Departments in agreement with representatives of the Presidium of the Working Faculties and Departments of Public Education.

Signed by: Chairman of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars V. Ulyanov (Lenin). N. Gorbunov, Administrator of the Council of Peopleʹs

Commissars .

Secretary L. Fotieva . April 18, 1921.

Published in No. 93 Izvestiya All‐Russian Central: Executive

Committee of Soviets dated April 29, 1921.