Section 40-10-22

Costs - When land bid in for state.

The cost of advertising the caption and conclusion of notices for the sale of real estate for the payment of taxes, and so much thereof as pertain to those portions of such real estate as are bid off for the state, must be paid by the state, and the Comptroller shall after every such sale and after the collector has filed with the Comptroller the certificates of sale and purchases by the state, audit the account of the owner or proprietor of the newspaper in which such notices were published and shall draw his warrant on the Treasurer in favor of such owner or proprietor for the amount he may find to be lawfully due him, and payable by the state, and the Treasurer shall pay the same; but the state shall pay no other costs attending any tax sale.

(Acts 1935, No. 194, p. 256; Code 1940, T. 51, §268.)