Art. 6220. PERSONS NOT ENTITLED TO. No person shall, while confined in any asylum of this State, at the expense of the State, or while confined in the State penitentiary, receive a pension, and any person having been granted a pension who shall afterwards be confined in an asylum of this State, at the expense of the State, or who shall be confined in the State penitentiary shall, while an inmate of such asylum or penitentiary, forfeit his pension, and no pensioner who leaves this State for a period of over six months shall draw a pension while so absent; provided, that any person who has been granted a pension under this law, and who is thereafter admitted as an inmate of the Confederate Home or is thereafter admitted as an inmate of the Confederate Woman's Home of this State, shall thereafter be entitled to receive pension payments of the amount of one-half of the pension that such person would be entitled to receive if not an inmate of such Home.
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