PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
§88-1 Restrictions. The provisions of this section shall be applicable to every pension and to every recipient or beneficiary thereof, granted or provided for by any special act of the legislature (other than benefits, or the recipients thereof, payable to beneficiaries or retirants of the employees' retirement system under parts II, VII, and VIII) whether the pension be payable by the State or by any county, or by any board, commission, bureau, department, or other agency thereof:
(1) No recipient or beneficiary shall be permitted to draw any pension, or any portion thereof, in excess of $50 per month, while the recipient or beneficiary is holding any salaried position or office in, under or by authority of the United States, the State, or any political subdivision thereof. This paragraph shall not apply to any recipient or beneficiary who is elected to the legislature or to the council of any county.
(2) If the recipient or beneficiary is a surviving spouse or reciprocal beneficiary, the pension so granted shall cease when the surviving spouse or reciprocal beneficiary remarries, marries, or enters into a new reciprocal beneficiary relationship.
(3) Any pension payable to any minor shall cease when the minor reaches the age of eighteen years.
(4) If any recipient or beneficiary of a pension, having a spouse or reciprocal beneficiary at the time the pension was first granted to the recipient or beneficiary dies, then the spouse or reciprocal beneficiary, as long as the spouse or reciprocal beneficiary remains unmarried or not in a reciprocal beneficiary relationship, shall be paid sixty per cent of the amount of the pension payable to the beneficiary. [L 1933, c 157, §1; RL 1935, §7915; am L 1943, c 44, §1; RL 1945, §631; am L 1947, c 28, §1; RL 1955, §6-1; HRS §88-1; am L 1969, c 110, pt of §1; am L 1974, c 118, §1(1); gen ch 1985; am L 1997, c 383, §25; am L 2006, c 169, §2]