COSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS IN CIVIL ACTIONS
12-114. Taxation of costs on appeal in Supreme Court. Whenever costs are awarded to a party by an appellate court, if he claims such costs he must tax the same before the clerk of the Supreme Court, subject to exception and review by the Supreme Court or the judges thereof, within such time and subject to such regulations as the Supreme Court shall by rule direct, and the same when taxed shall be certified by the clerk of the Supreme Court to the clerk of the court from which the appeal was taken, to be there entered as a judgment and to be enforced by execution as in the case of other judgments.
[(12-114) C.C.P. 1881, sec. 704; R.S. & R.C., sec. 4913; am. 1911, ch. 204, sec. 1, p. 673; reen. C.L., sec. 4913; C.S., sec. 7219; I.C.A., sec. 12-114.]