holding that a general civil rights provision in New York's constitution did not outlaw racial discrimination in housing in the absence of legislative actionSummary of this case from Baker v. Miller
Argued May 23, 1913
Decided June 10, 1913
G.C. Morehouse for plaintiff, appellant and respondent.
George E. Dennison for defendant, respondent and appellant.
Judgment affirmed, without costs to either party; no opinion.
Concur: CULLEN, Ch. J., GRAY, WILLARD BARTLETT, CHASE, CUDDEBACK, HOGAN and MILLER, JJ.