§52-1-20. Payment of reimbursement.
The method of payment of jurors shall be determined by the chief judge and approved by the state tax commissioner. It is the duty of the clerk, as soon as practicable after the adjournment of the court or before the adjournment of the court at such time as the chief judge may direct, to deliver to the sheriff of the county a certified accounting of the amount to which each juror is entitled. If any sheriff fails to pay any allowance as required by law, the sheriff may be proceeded against as for a contempt of court.

Any allowance paid by the sheriff under the provisions of this section shall be repaid to the sheriff out of the state treasury upon the production of satisfactory proof that the same has actually been paid by the sheriff. Proof of payment shall be in the form of a complete itemized statement indicating the total amount eligible for reimbursement.