I take it you know the BNS precepts already, so you're asking about the Yogacara tradition.
I wonder whether this might be close to what you'e looking for (4 major and 41 minor precepts).
The Four Major Precepts
Great Ones, the following four parājikas [grave sins] are in the
mātṛkā [collection of treatises] written by Bodhisattvas.
Praising Oneself and Criticizing Others
If a Bodhisattva, out of his greed for benefits, praises his own virtues and criticizes others, it is called the first parājika.
Begrudging Possessions or the Dharma
Suppose a Bodhisattva is well-to-do but stingy by nature. If he fails to invoke compassion and give poor people—who have nothing to
depend on—the things they ask for, or refuses to teach them when they
ask to hear the Dharma, it is called the second parājika.
Refusing to Accept Repentance
If a Bodhisattva, out of harming and terrifying anger, refuses to accept his offender’s repentance, uses abusive speech and, not feeling
satisfied, hits him with hands, clubs, or stones, it is called the
Maligning or Adulterating the True Dharma
If a Bodhisattva maligns Bodhisattva teachings, or pronounces supposedly similar dharmas and pretentiously establishes himself on
such dharmas, which come from his own or someone else’s understanding,
it is called the fourth parājika.
These precepts are in addition to the four grave prohibitions:
- The eight major precepts are the “four grave prohibitions” in the glossary, and the four major precepts in the Book of Bodhisattva Precepts (Sūtra 31).
This link says that's Yogācāra:
What specifically are your concerns? I just looked at Rulu's translation of The Book of Bodhisattva Precepts and the four parājikas are the same as what is given in the Bodhisattvabhūmi of the Yogācārabhūmiśāstra.