Such as are habituated to live in or about the habitations of men, or such as contribute to the support of a family or the wealth of the community. This term includes horses, (State v. Could, 26V. Va. 204; Osborn v. Lenox, 2 Allen [Mass.I 207,) but may or may not include dogs. Sec Wilcox v. State, 101 Ga. 593, 28 S. E. 981, 39 L. It. A. 709; State v. Ilarriman, 75Me. 502, 46 Am. Rep. 423; Hurley v. State, 30 Tex. App. 333, 17 S. W. 455, 28 Am. St.Rep. 910
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