In New York Conference Assoc. v. Schenck (1952) 304 N.Y. 706 [ 107 N.E.2d 654], the New York Court of Appeals in a memorandum opinion, affirmed an exemption in the face of a claim that the sale of substantial or regular surpluses of farm products would deprive a religious organization of an exemption concededly not lost by production for consumption by those engaged in the educational activities of that organization.Summary of this case from San Francisco Boys' Club v. County of Mendocino
Argued May 19, 1952
Decided July 15, 1952
Appeal from the Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Fourth Department, WARNER, J.
Robert D. Jones for appellants.
Raymond M. Bush for respondent.
Order affirmed, with costs; no opinion.
Concur: LOUGHRAN, Ch. J., LEWIS, CONWAY, DESMOND, DYE, FULD and FROESSEL, JJ.