ALBANY – Just in time for Valentine’s Day, state bureaucrats have concluded that a candy store’s decision to call itself “The Chocolate Library” would not mislead patrons into believing that they could find books there instead of bonbons.

As a result, State Education Commissioner David M. Steiner has dropped his department’s objections to the incorporation of the shop at 111 St. Mark’s Place, in Manhattan’s East Village, as “Chocolate 101 Inc.” and to its commercial operation as The Chocolate Library.

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