When any inward bound ship or vessel having a pilot on board is prevented by the ice
or by any other cause from proceeding to any port on the Bay or River Delaware, and
is compelled to proceed to some other port or place not in the Bay or River Delaware,
the pilot shall be entitled to receive and recover from the owner or consignee of
such ship or vessel full pilotage, as if the pilot had conducted such ship or vessel
to such ports, and shall also receive first-class transportation to the pilot's usual
place of abode.
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