U.S. Supreme Court
Dainese v. Kendall, 119 U.S. 53 (1886)
Dainese v. Kendall
Argued October 22, 1886
Decided November 15, 1886
119 U.S. 53
A decree, to be final for the purposes of appeal, mast leave the case in such a condition that, if there be an affirmance in this Court, the court below will have nothing to do but to execute the decree it has already entered.
This was a motion to dismiss. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.