Collegium of State Income

The Collegium of State Income (Russian: Камер-коллегия, Kamer-kollegiya; or Revenue) was a Russian executive body (collegium), created in the government reform of 1717. It was de-established during the decentralising reforms of Catherine II of Russia in 1785, restored 12 years later by her successor Paul I to be finally liquidated in 1801. It was responsible for the management of state fees and some branches of the economy (agriculture, etc.); later, some of its affairs were transferred to other collegia.

PresidentsEdit

  1. Dmitry Golitsyn (1718–22)
  2. Gerasim Koshelev (1722)
  3. Alexey Pleshcheyev (1723–25)
  4. Alexander Naryshkin (1725–27)
  5. Dmitry Golitsyn (1727–32)
  6. Sergey Golitsyn (1732–35)
  7. Pyotr Melgunov (1735–37)
  8. Ivan Bibikov (1737–42)
  9. Grigory Kislovsky (1742–53)
  10. Mikhail Shakhovskoy (1753–60)
  11. Ivan Yushkov (1760–62)
  12. Boris Kurakin (1762–64)
  13. Alexey Melgunov (1764–77)
  14. Mikhail Shcherbatov (1778–84)
  15. Vasily Popov (1797–99)
  16. Alexey Kozhin (1799–1801)
  17. Ignaty Theils (1801)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Janet M. Hartley (2008). Russia, 1762-1825: military power, the state, and the people. ABC-CLIO. p. 127. ISBN 978-0-275-97871-6. Retrieved 9 January 2011.
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  • Paul Bushkovitch (2001). Peter the Great: the struggle for power, 1671-1725. Cambridge University Press. pp. 377–78. ISBN 978-0-521-80585-8. Retrieved 9 January 2011.