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487a.  (a) Every person who feloniously steals, takes, carries,
leads, or drives away any horse, mare, gelding, any bovine animal,
any caprine animal, mule, jack, jenny, sheep, lamb, hog, sow, boar,
gilt, barrow, or pig, which is the personal property of another, or
who fraudulently appropriates that same property which has been
entrusted to him or her, or who knowingly and designedly, by any
false or fraudulent representation or pretense, defrauds any other
person of that same property, or who causes or procures others to
report falsely of his or her wealth or mercantile character and by
thus imposing upon any person, obtains credit and thereby
fraudulently gets or obtains possession of that same property, is
guilty of grand theft.
   (b) Every person who shall feloniously steal, take, transport or
carry the carcass of any bovine, caprine, equine, ovine, or suine
animal or of any mule, jack or jenny, which is the personal property
of another, or who shall fraudulently appropriate such property which
has been entrusted to him, is guilty of grand theft.
   (c) Every person who shall feloniously steal, take, transport, or
carry any portion of the carcass of any bovine, caprine, equine,
ovine, or suine animal or of any mule, jack, or jenny, which has been
killed without the consent of the owner thereof, is guilty of grand
theft.
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