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|Improvement of the regulatory framework for the supply of military products by state-owned mining plants in the urals in the first third of the 19th century
Поставки военной продукции казенными горными заводами Урала в первой трети XIX в: проблемы нормативно-правовой базы
|Bakshaev, A. A.
|Permskii Gosudarstvennyi Natsional'nyi Issledovatel'skii Universitet
|Bakshaev A. A. Improvement of the regulatory framework for the supply of military products by state-owned mining plants in the urals in the first third of the 19th century / A. A. Bakshaev. — DOI 10.17072/2219-3111-2021-1-143-149 // Perm University Herald - History. — 2021. — Vol. 2021. — Iss. 1. — P. 143-149.
|The article examines the activities of public authorities to improve the procedure for manufacturing and acceptance of military products in the first third of the 19th century. The author notes that the unsatisfactory perfor-mance of military outfits by state-owned plants in the Urals, as well as numerous disputes over the rejection of met-als, guns and shells between military receivers and the mining administration forced them to revise the existing laws governing acceptance of military products. There were two stages in the development of the regulatory framework for the military order. At the first stage, in 1804, on the initiative of the Minister of Finance, approved by the imperial decree, a special committee was created, consisting of the leaders of Ministry of Land Forces, the Naval Ministry and the Ministry of Finance. As a result, new rules for testing and acceptance of military products were developed. Al-ready in 1808, those rules required processing, which was handled by the Scientific Committee for the Artillery Unit of the Artillery Department. Representatives of the Mining Department were also involved in the work on improving the rules. As a result, new requirements for accepting guns and shells were developed. The second stage of improving the legislation governing the production of military products covers the 1820s – early 1830s. By the early 1820s, state-owned plants of the Urals could no longer cope with the repeatedly increasing volumes of military orders. In addition, they were charged with the manufacture of new types of military products. As a result, in 1822, on the initiative of the Minister of Finance, a special committee was again created from the officials of the Artillery and Mining departments. The result of its activities was the improvement of the supply system of military products, the reduction in orders and the development of new rules for trial and acceptance of military products. © 2021, Permskii Gosudarstvennyi Natsional'nyi Issledovatel'skii Universitet. All rights reserved.
MINISTRY OF MILITARY GROUND FORC-ES
STATE MINING PLANTS
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