According to this table, expenditures would total 88,805 rubles, 63 kopecks, calculated in cash, supplies, peasant labor, and the delivery of output to Tver'.
The intensification of building and production at the state factories meant that by the beginning of the 1730s ascribed peasants were required not only to work off 100 percent of their taxes but to work even beyond this amount: ascribed peasants were required to work off the equivalent of 31,149 rubles annually (not counting the factories of the Perm' Mining Office) in the early 1730s, while at this time their soul tax and quit-rent labor obligations amounted to a value of 26,533 rubles.
The first annual tax assessment stood at 8,610 rubles, 8 kopecks; in 1725, ascribed peasants of the district worked off 4,215 rubles, 32.5 kopecks (49 percent) of their tax burden and paid 373 rubles, 39 kopecks (4.3 percent) in cash, for a total payment of 4,588 rubles, 71.5 kopecks (53.5 percent of their assessed tax).
For example, according to the 1722 census, there were 1,234 male peasants in the Bagariatskaia settlement in Kamenskii District, who had to pay or work off 1,364 rubles, 19 kopecks in soul taxes, quit-rent payments and a fee of 0.5 kopecks for every ruble of soul tax.
(86) Fourteen servitors worked in the land office and together received a total salary of 293 rubles per year.
These men were to receive a total annual salary of 283 rubles, with 70 going to the chief clerk.
According to a 1737 statute, the office was to be headed by a manager with the rank of podpolkovnik, who was to receive an annual salary of 404 rubles, 20 kopecks.
As a result, in 1737 a population of 26,671 (counting male souls only, according to the census of 1722) was being controlled and administered by 30 servitors who received a total annual salary of 1,335 rubles, 30 kopecks.
According to the second census (1744), in the five settlements (Krasnomyskaia, Kamenskaia, Krutikhinskaia, Ol'khovskaia, Bagariatskaia) and two forts (Kolchedanskii and Kataiskii) of Kamenskii District there were 12,180 ascribed male peasants who had to work off or pay soul taxes, quitrent, and a fee of 0.5 kopecks for every ruble of soul tax dues, totaling 13,769 rubles. (103) The census of 1722 shows a population of 9,216 male souls for these settlements and forts, indicating a 32.16 percent increase in the male population over the 1722-44 period.
(65) For example, according to the 1738 Tabel', in Tver' Province, which consisted of five districts, there were 104,342 male souls, who had to pay 70 kopecks per soul or 73,039 rubles, 40 kopecks in total.