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§59-1-1 Fee for use of state seal.
§59-1-2 Fees to be charged by Secretary of State.
§59-1-2a Annual business fees to be paid to the Secretary of State; filing of annual reports; purchase of data.
§59-1-3 Fees to be charged by auditor.
§59-1-4 Fees collected by secretary of state, auditor and clerk of supreme court of appeals to be paid into state treasury; accounts; reports.
§59-1-5 Violations of preceding section.
§59-1-6 Fees to be charged by surveyors.
§59-1-7 Fees to be charged by notaries public.
§59-1-8 Compensation of commissioners of courts.
§59-1-9 Compensation of fiduciary commissioners; procedure for approving.
§59-1-10 Fees to be charged by clerk of county commission.
§59-1-11 Fees to be charged by clerk of circuit court.
§59-1-11a Additional costs in certain criminal proceedings.
§59-1-12 Payment of fines by credit card or payment plan.
§59-1-13 Fees to be charged by clerk of supreme court of appeals.
§59-1-14 Fees to be charged by sheriffs.
§59-1-15 Payments to sheriffs and clerks out of state or county treasury.
§59-1-16 Amount of allowance to witnesses for attendance; how and when made.
§59-1-17 By whom witnesses paid; on what certificate; clerk's certificate as to claims; dispute as to claims.
§59-1-18 To whom fees charged; services by clerks and sheriffs without fees.
§59-1-19 Fee books of clerks.
§59-1-20 Making out fee bills; motion to quash improper fee bill; prepayment of fees.
§59-1-21 Fee bills of county clerk.
§59-1-22 Duties of successor of deceased clerk with reference to fee books and fee bills.
§59-1-23 Requisites and effect of fee bills for services of deceased clerk.
§59-1-24 Collection of fees; receipt.
§59-1-25 Accounting for fees.
§59-1-26 Limitation on distress or suit for collection of fees.
§59-1-27 Lodging fee bills and certificates in clerk's office; application of costs to payment thereof; prepayment or security to officer.
§59-1-28 Use and disposition of fees of sheriffs, clerks and prosecuting attorneys.
§59-1-28a Disposition of filing fees in civil actions and fees for services in criminal cases.
§59-1-29 Collection of such fees.
§59-1-30 Books of account to be kept by officers.
§59-1-31 Monthly payments; how credited; report required.
§59-1-32 Reduction or remission of fees prohibited; penalty for default in payment.
§59-1-33 Deposit for costs.
§59-1-34 Repealed
§59-1-35 Supervision by chief inspector of public offices.
§59-1-36 Fees and allowances for poor persons.
§59-1-37 Deposits by county officers in noninterest bearing or interest bearing accounts; payment to county general fund; annual report.
§59-1-38 County officers to issue receipts of collections.
§59-1-39 Removal of county officer.
§59-2-1 Suits by persons financially unable to pay.
§59-2-2 Repealed
§59-2-3 New bond.
§59-2-4 Costs on motions and interlocutory proceedings.
§59-2-5 Payment of costs on granting of new trial or continuance.
§59-2-6 Where recovery of damages less than fifty dollars in action ex delicto.
§59-2-7 Judgment where recovery is fifty dollars or less in action ex contractu.
§59-2-8 Costs on final judgment; judgment for, or discontinuance as to, some of defendants.
§59-2-9 Costs when original papers or record replaced.
§59-2-10 Suit by one person for benefit of another.
§59-2-11 Laws as to costs not deemed penal; discretion of court of equity as to costs; costs in appellate courts.
§59-2-12 Costs when case dismissed for want of jurisdiction.
§59-2-13 Who is to tax costs.
§59-2-14 Taxation of statute fees.
§59-2-15 General taxation of costs.
§59-2-16 Taxation of costs for witnesses; entry after execution or adjournment; assignment or transfer of costs.
§59-2-17 Fees of prosecuting attorney.
§59-2-18 Judgment or decree on behalf of state for costs.
§59-2-19 Premiums on surety company bonds.
§59-3-1 Definitions and general provisions.
§59-3-2 Classification of legal advertisements; designation of newspapers; frequency of publication; posting; manner of publishing.
§59-3-3 Rates for legal advertisements; computation; filing affidavits with secretary of state.
§59-3-4 Proof of publication and posting.
§59-3-5 Mandamus to compel publication.
§59-3-6 Political advertisements.
§59-3-7 Criminal and civil penalties.
§59-3-8 Construction of article; repeal; subsequent legislation.
§59-3-9 Severability.