U.S. Supreme Court
Webster v. Daly, 163 U.S. 155 (1896)
Webster v. Daly
Argued April 30, 1896
Decided May 18, 1896
163 U.S. 155
No appeal lies to this Court from a decree of a circuit court of the United States ordering that the decree of the circuit court of appeals in a suit for a perpetual injunction against infringement of a copyright be made a decree of the circuit court to which it was sent down with a mandate after hearing on appeal from the Circuit Court.
The case is stated in the opinion.