If it happens that any pilot having a boat attending the pilot is carried to sea in
any ship or vessel, contrary to the pilot's inclinations, by stress of weather or
other unavoidable accident, the master, owner or consignee of such ship or vessel
shall pay to such pilot, the pilot's executors or administrators the same wages as
the master of the vessel receives until the return of the pilot to the Capes.
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