(a) Every prothonotary shall, at the expense of the county, provide a suitable, well-bound
book, to be called the Hospital Lien Docket, in which, upon the filing of any lien
claim under this chapter, the prothonotary shall enter the name of the injured person,
the date of the accident, the name of the hospital or other institution making the
claim and the filing of an affidavit setting forth the service of or attempts to serve
of all parties in interest.
(b) The prothonotary shall make a proper index of the Docket in the name of the injured
person and shall be entitled to $1 for filing each claim and at the rate of 25 cents
per folio for such entry made in the Lien Docket and 25 cents for every search in
the office for such lien claim.
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