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Body stealing
Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45, ARTICLE 42, TITLE 2
§ 4216. Body stealing. A person who removes the dead body of a human
being, or any tissue, organ or part thereof from a grave, vault, or
other place, where the same has been buried, or from a place where the
same has been deposited while awaiting burial, without authority of law,
with intent to sell the same, or for the purpose of dissection, or for
the purpose of procuring a reward for the return of the same, or from
malice or wantonness, is guilty of a class D felony.