§51-8-4. Control of library by court; expenses.
The supreme court of appeals shall have the power and it shall
be its duty, to purchase such new and additional books for the
library as in its opinion shall be right and proper, and shall
cause such exchanges or sales of books to be made as may be for the
benefit of the library, and, in general, the court shall cause to
be done and performed all things necessary and proper to keep the
books of such library in good condition, and for that purpose may
cause such catalogs to be made as may be necessary. All expenses
necessarily incurred under the order of the court for the purposes
of this article, including postage, freight and express charges,
shall be paid out of appropriations for that purpose, under the
order of the court.