U.S. Supreme Court
Durant v. Essex Company, 101 U.S. 555 (1879)
Durant v. Essex Company
101 U.S. 555
1. The circuit court, when its decree is affirmed and the mandate filed there, must record the order of this court and proceed with the execution of the decree.
2. For all the purposes of the case, a judgment of affirmance here by a divided court is as effectual as if all the judges had concurred therein.
The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.