Section 12-22-76

Execution by lower courts for unpaid costs.

Clerks of the circuit court and probate judges, when cases have been taken from their respective courts to an appellate court by appeal or other lawful mode and been there decided, if the costs accruing in such lower courts for transcripts, or otherwise, are not paid by the parties against whom they were adjudged in the appellate court, may issue executions for costs, returnable into the court in which such costs accrued.

(Code 1867, §3511; Code 1876, §3952; Code 1886, §3639; Code 1896, §456; Code 1907, §2854; Code 1923, §6113; Code 1940, T. 7, §752.)