SUITS - ACCIDENT CASES - AUTHORIZED TO BE CERTIFIED TO THE WORKMEN'S
                            COMPENSATION BOARD
                  Act of Jul. 8, 1919, P.L. 764, No. 310              Cl. 77
                                  AN ACT

     Authorizing suits brought to recover in case of accidents in
        this Commonwealth in courts of common pleas to be certified
        to the Workmen's Compensation Board when discovered that the
        suit has been brought wrongfully.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That whenever, before the
     passage of this amendment, in case of any accident, suit has
     been wrongfully brought in the court of common pleas in any of
     the counties of this Commonwealth, and proceedings should have
     been commenced before the Workmen's Compensation Board, it shall
     be lawful and upon request of either of the parties to the suit
     the prothonotary of the said court shall certify the same,
     including all the proceedings had before said court, to the said
     Workmen's Compensation Board; the said board to proceed and hear
     the case in the same manner as if it had been originally
     commenced before the Workmen's Compensation Board.
        (1 amended May 17, 1921, P.L.910, No.320)
        Section 2.  No case brought, before the passage of this
     amendment, before any court shall be certified as set forth in
     section one of this act unless the said proceeding had been
     commenced in the said court within one year from the date of the
     accident which caused the injury or death for which the action
     was brought.
        (2 amended May 17, 1921, P.L.910, No.320)