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  • Yearbook of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture of the Agriculture Department and the Forest Department. Saint-Petersburg, 1908-1916.

    Publication of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture of the Agriculture Department and the Forest Department, published in Saint-Petersburg in 1908-1916. The yearbook included reports and reviews of the activities of each department, published materials on various issues of agriculture and related industries. The publication supplements featured statistical information, reference materials, and a bibliography. Each issue included a large illustrative material - photographs, drawings, maps, plans, diagrams, charts, etc.

    Presented issues: 1909-1912, 1915.

     

  • Yearbook of the Nikolai Martyanov State Museum in Minusinsk. Minusinsk, 1923-.

    Edition of the Nikolai Martyanov State Museum in Minusinsk. The yearbook was published as annual issues from 1923 to 1935. Edition No. 1 (12) was the last publication of the magazine. Each Yearbook publication featured materials and research on the history of the Minusinsk Territory, special attention was paid to flora, fauna, meteorology, archeology, ethnography, etc. The 1925 Edition was devoted to the 100th anniversary of the Decembrist Revolt on December 26 (14), 1825.

    Presented issues: 1925.

  • Yearbook of the Imperial Theatres. St. Petersburg, 1892-1920

    Publication of the Direction of Imperial Theatres. The magazine was issued in St. Petersburg in 1892-1920. In 1915, the publication of the magazine was temporarily discontinued. It was renewed in 1920 (season 1918/1919) under the title Yearbook of Petrograd State Theatres. Publication frequency: one issue per year (continuous numbering). In 1909, the Yearbook turned into a theatrical and literary magazine, and its frequency increased to 7-8 issues per year. Editors (at different times): A. E. Molchanov (from issue II for 1891/92), S. P. Diaghilev (since issue IX for 1898/99), L. A. Gelmersen (since issue XI for 1900/01), L. A. Gelmersen and P. P. Gnedich (issue XIII for 1902/03), P. P. Gnedich (since issue XIV for 1903/04), N. V. Drisen (since 1909). The magazine published information about the repertoire of the imperial theatres in St. Petersburg and Moscow, starting from the season of 1890/91; lists of artists of all theatrical companies, carpenters and administrators; reviews of theatre seasons and theatre school activities; biographical essays; obituaries; articles on the history of theatre; the plots and history of theatrical productions, etc. It also released theatre plans with prices for seats. The Yearbook had Supplements, issued from the 1893/94 season to the 1905/06 season (from 1 to 6 books per year). They featured articles, studies and other historical and literary publications.

    Presented issues: 1891-1896

  • Yearbook of the Imperial Theatres. Supplements. St. Petersburg, 1894-1906

    Publication of the Direction of Imperial Theatres. The magazine was published in St. Petersburg in 1894-1906 as a supplement to the Yearbook of the Imperial Theatres from the 1893/94 season to the 1905/06 season. Editor: A. E. Molchanov. Publication frequency: 3 books per year, in 1902 - 6 books. Supplements featured articles, studies and other historical and literary publications.

    Presented issues: 1893-1898

  • Forest Department Yearbook. St. Petersburg, 1911-1916.

    Edition of the Forest Department of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture (later - the Ministry of Agriculture) was published in Saint Petersburg in 1911-1916. The yearbook featured reports on the State Forest Department (the property lists, organization, property and forest arrangement, experimental forestry review, forest charter violations, forest management activities, income and expenses, bibliography, etc.), forestry monographs.

    Presented issues: 1916.

  • Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea. Petrograd / Leningrad, 1917-1939.

    The annual publication of the Main Hydrographic Directorate of the USSR. It was published in 1917-1939 in Petrograd / Leningrad with different titles: "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean (within the Russian coast) and the White Sea" (1917-1923), "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea" (1924-1934), "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean" (1935-1939). The publication featured information about tides and ebbs and ebb-tide steams of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea.

    Presented issues: 1932-1937.

  • Yearbook of the Tobolsk Provincial Museum. Tobolsk, 1893-1919.

    Periodical of local lore collection. It was published by the Executive Committee of the Tobolsk Provincial Museum in 1893-1919. The Yearbook was issued as releases of collected material. A total of 29 issues were published. Editorial Board was made up of Chairman, Secretary, and members of the Museum Committee (simultaneously): N. M. Bogdanovich, L. E. Lugovsky, L. M. Knyazev, V. A. Ivanovsky, A. A. Ternovsky, N. L. Skalozubov, G. Y. Malyarevsky, V. I. Kurkin, V. F. Kostyurin, V. N. Pignatti, B. S. Veltishchev, and others. The magazine was resumed in 2006 in Tyumen with the title "Yearbook of the Tobolsk Museum-Reserve" (publisher: Tobolsk State Historical and Architectural Museum-Reserve). The material was organized into sections: Reports and protocols of meetings; Museum chronicle; Description of the museum's collections. It featured works on issues of local archeology, ethnography, natural sciences, trade, industry, history, geography, statistics, etc.

    Presented issues: 1893-1895, 1897-1902, 1905-1907, 1909-1918.

  • Soviet Justice Weekly. M., 1922-1929.

    Magazine of the People's Commissariat for Justice of the RSFSR. It was published in 1922-1929 in Moscow. From 1930 to July 1941 the magazine was entitled "Soviet Justice". In 1941-1956, it was not published. It was resumed in March 1957 with the title "Soviet Justice" - the magazine of the Ministry for Justice of the RSFSR and the Supreme Court of the RSFSR. Since 1994 it has been published with the name "Russian Justice". Weekly edition. Since 1928 it was issued three times a month. Chief editors (simultaneously): N. Cherlyunchakevich, A. Lisitsin, N. Krylenko, D. Kursky, Y. Brandenburg, P. I. Knock. In 1922, the magazine had an "Official Supplement to the Soviet Justice Weekly". Since 1928 it published the supplement "Judicial Practice of the RSFSR" (edited by P. I. Stuchka, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the RSFSR ). The magazine featured the work of judicial authorities, arbitration, advocacy, and notaries. Much attention was paid to legal propaganda and legal education of citizens, comments of modern legislation. It published materials on the activities of foreign countries' judicial authorities.

    Presented issues: 1922-1929.