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.
- Dmitry Golitsyn (1718–22)
- Gerasim Koshelev (1722)
- Alexey Pleshcheyev (1723–25)
- Alexander Naryshkin (1725–27)
- Dmitry Golitsyn (1727–32)
- Sergey Golitsyn (1732–35)
- Pyotr Melgunov (1735–37)
- Ivan Bibikov (1737–42)
- Grigory Kislovsky (1742–53)
- Mikhail Shakhovskoy (1753–60)
- Ivan Yushkov (1760–62)
- Boris Kurakin (1762–64)
- Alexey Melgunov (1764–77)
- Mikhail Shcherbatov (1778–84)
- Vasily Popov (1797–99)
- Alexey Kozhin (1799–1801)
- Ignaty Theils (1801)
- Kamer-Kollezhsky rampart in Moscow, named after Kamer-kollegiya.
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