This was an action in ejectment. The defendant, a church corporation, claimed title to the land in question, which adjoined the church, by virtue of adverse possession. Held, that the rule that a corporation can show possession only by proving formal corporate acts is inapplicable to a church organization, members of which constitute the corporation, and that the acts of the members of the church in using this property to park cars on, for social purposes, etc., were, in effect, corporate acts of the church so as to vest title in that organization. Davy v. Trustees of Protestant Episcopal Church, 250 Mich. 530, 231 N.W. 83 (1930).