Section 35-6-123

Costs and fees.

The probate court may tax the costs against the unsuccessful party litigating, or against the crops, which may be sold in amount sufficient to satisfy the same, if not paid; but each share shall be charged with only its proportion of the costs. If the crops involved are worth less than $100.00, the judge, sheriff, jurors, commissioners, and witnesses shall only be allowed half the fees for similar services in other cases; if over $100.00, the same fees as they are allowed for such services in other cases.

(Code 1876, §3532; Code 1886, §3278; Code 1896, §3203; Code 1907, §5249; Code 1923, §9353; Code 1940, T. 47, §246.)