(1) The powers conferred by KRS 3.255 to 3.275 are solely to enable the Commonwealth and the United States to exercise concurrent
legislative jurisdiction for purposes of criminal law enforcement over United States
Department of the Interior National Park System lands in Kentucky. No other legislative jurisdiction is ceded by KRS 3.255 to 3.275, and there are specifically reserved over any lands as to which any legislative jurisdiction
may be ceded pursuant to KRS 3.255 to 3.275:
(a) The entire legislative jurisdiction with respect to taxation of the Commonwealth,
and of each state agency, county, urban-county government, city, special district
and other political subdivision;
(b) The entire legislative jurisdiction of the Commonwealth with respect to marriage,
divorce, annulment, adoption, the commitment or other civil disposition of the mentally
incompetent, and the descent and distribution of property; and
(c) The power to execute any process, civil or criminal, issued under the authority
of the Commonwealth.
(2) No person residing upon such lands shall be deprived of any civil or political
rights by reason of the cession of such legislative jurisdiction to the United States.
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