21 N.Y.2d 111 (1967)

In the Matter of Kerma Restaurant Corporation, Appellant, v. State Liquor Authority, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of the State of New York.

Decided December 7, 1967.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Isidore Silver for appellant.

Stanley Stein, Hyman Amsel and Emanuel D. Black for respondent.

Chief Judge FULD and Judges VAN VOORHIS and BURKE concur with Judge BERGAN; Judge KEATING dissents and votes to affirm in a separate opinion in which Judges SCILEPPI and BREITEL concur.


Petitioner's retail liquor license has been annulled by respondent on a charge that it suffered or permitted the licensed premises to become disorderly (Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, § 106, subd. 6) "in that it permitted homosexuals, degenerates and/or undesirables to be and remain on the licensed premises and conduct themselves in an offensive and indecent manner contrary to good morals on...

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