SEC. 9-3-29. Officers to attend the court; marshal and porter appointed; salaries.
The supreme court may, by order entered on its minutes, appoint a marshal and a porter, who shall hold their places during the pleasure of the court, and shall attend its sessions, and perform all the duties of a sheriff and deputies attending court, and shall obey all lawful orders of the court. Said marshal and porter shall each receive a salary to be fixed by the judges of the supreme court, through an order entered on the minutes of said court, within its appropriation. They shall be paid on a certificate by the chief justice, or by a justice appointed by him to so act, to the auditor of public accounts, who shall issue his warrant for the amount or amounts so certified to the state treasurer.
SOURCES: Codes, 1880, Sec. 1451; 1892, Sec. 4387; 1906, Sec. 4952; Hemingway's 1917, Sec. 3228; 1930, Sec. 3369; 1942, Sec. 1953; Laws, 1902, ch. 112; 1910, ch. 221; 1920, ch. 115; 1922, ch. 159; 1966 Ex Sess, ch. 25, Sec. 1, eff from and after passage (approved December 22, 1966).