SAN FRANCISCO Mar 24 (LSN)  The California Supreme Court ruled on Monday that The Boy Scouts of America were not bound by the California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act since they were not a business, and thus were not obliged to accept Timothy Curran, a self-proclaimed practicing homosexual, as an assistant scoutmaster. In a unanimous decision, the court said the Scouts are not a business and therefore are free, like any private club, to set their own membership policies.  The Supreme Court ruling overturns the March 2 decision by a New Jersey appeals court judge which said the scouts were guilty of discrimination and were obliged to adhere to the civil rights act. The Boy Scouts of America say homosexuality violates their concept of traditional moral values.