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US1038566A
US1038566A US63332611A US1911633326A US1038566A US 1038566 A US1038566 A US 1038566A US 63332611 A US63332611 A US 63332611A US 1911633326 A US1911633326 A US 1911633326A US 1038566 A US1038566 A US 1038566A
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  • This invention relates to non-refillable bottles of that type including means for permitting of the contents of the bottle to be poured out but preventing the replenishing of the bottle.
  • the principal object of the invention is to provide a bottle of this type which is composed of a minimum number of parts, is therefore simple in construction, and is cheap to manufacture.
  • Figure 1 is a sectional view of the head and neck of the bottle showing that portion of the bottle in its normal or vertical position.
  • Fig. 2 is a similar view but showing the parts in an inverted position.
  • Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the cork stopper, and
  • Fig. 4 is a detail sectional view.
  • the invention comprises a bottle 5 formed of glass and having an enlarged head 6 and a contracted neck 7
  • the lower half of the wall 8 of the head is thicker in cross section than the upper portion.
  • the head 6 is provided with the usual mouth 9, and the inner face of the upper portion of the wall 8 extends inwardly from the mouth 9 to form a seat 10, upon which is adapted to rest a glass stopper 11, said stopper having a diameter slightly less than the diameter of the mouth 9.
  • a valve seat 16 which communicates with the recess 12
  • a port 17 is also formed in the neck which communicates with the seat 16 and with the interior of the bottle 5.
  • a valve 18 of cork or other suitable material Seated upon the valveseat 16 is a valve 18 of cork or other suitable material, and this valve includes a head 19.
  • An opening 20 is centrally formed in the glass stopper 11, and disposed therein is one end 21 of a valve stem 22, the lower end 23' thereof being screw-threaded for engagement with a head 24, the latter normally bearing upon the head 19 of the valve 18 to keep the latter in its closed position.
  • the upper end of the stem 22 is secured to the glass stopper 11 by any suitable means.
  • a cylindrical stopper 25 of cork or other suitable material Disposed within the recess 12 is a cylindrical stopper 25 of cork or other suitable material.
  • This cork is of a size to tightly fill the recess 12, and is provided with a plurality of spaced openings 2626, the axis of said openings being disposed in planes parallel to the axis of the stopper. These openings 26 register with the recess 15 and with the mouth 9 when the glass stopper 11 is unseated.
  • the valve 18 is first positioned upon its seat 16.
  • the stem 22 which is carried by the glass stopper 11 is then inserted through the central opening formed in the cork stopper 25, and the head 24 is then attached to the lower end 23 of said stem.
  • These parts are then inserted through the mouth 9 of the head, and the cork stopper 25 is forced past the seat 10 and into the recess 12, the shoulder 13 and the bottom 14 respectively preventing any tendency of the stopper 25 to move either up or down.
  • the glass stopper 11 will be disposed upon the seat 10 and the head 24 will abut the head 19 of the valve 18, and thereby hold it upon its seat.
  • the bottle is inverted, or at least partially so.
  • the glass stopper 11 will, by gravity, move outwardly toward the mouth 9, and carry with it the head 24, thereby releasing the valve 18 and permitting the contents from the-bottle to flow through the port 1'1, through the valve seat 16, into the recess 15, through the openings 26 of the cork stopper 25, out around the glass stopper 11 and thence through the mouth 9 of the bottle, projecting through .neck enlarged adjacent the mouth thereof,
  • said neck being contracted adjacent the bottom, said contracted portion being flared at its upper end producing a valve seat
  • a stopper Copies of this patent may be obtained for held within the said annular groove, said stopper having a central and surrounding openings, a valve stem movable through the central opening, a valve engaging the valve seat,a head carried by the valve stem and engaging the valve, and a stopper carried by the valve stem, said stopper being disposed in the enlarged portion of the neck and being of a diameter larger than the diameter of the medial portions of the neck whereby the said second mentioned stopper will engage the interior of the enlarged portion of the neck in spaced relation to the first mentioned stopper.

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J. S. GREAVES.
NON-RBPILLABLE BOTTLE.
APPLICATION FILED JUNE 15, 1911.
Patented Sept. 17, 1912.
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JOHN s. enmvns, or NEGLEY, OHIO.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
Specification of Letters Patent. Application filed J 'une 15, 1 11.
Patented Sept. 1'7, 1912.
Serial No. 633,326. i
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, JOHN S. GREAVES, a citizen of the United States, residing at Negley, in the county of Columbiana, State of bio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Non-Refillable Bottles; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and eXact description of the invent-ion, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention relates to non-refillable bottles of that type including means for permitting of the contents of the bottle to be poured out but preventing the replenishing of the bottle.
The principal object of the invention is to provide a bottle of this type which is composed of a minimum number of parts, is therefore simple in construction, and is cheap to manufacture.
With these and other objects in View, the invention consists in the construction and novel combination of parts hereinafter fully described, illustrated 1n the accompanying drawings, and pointed out in the claim hereto appended; it being understood that various changes in the form, proportion, size and minor details of construction, with in the scope of the claim, may be resorted to without departing from the spirit or sacrificing any of the advantages of the invention.
In the drawing: Figure 1 is a sectional view of the head and neck of the bottle showing that portion of the bottle in its normal or vertical position. Fig. 2 is a similar view but showing the parts in an inverted position. Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the cork stopper, and Fig. 4 is a detail sectional view.
Like reference numerals designate corresponding parts in all the figures of the drawing.
Referring to the drawing, the invention comprises a bottle 5 formed of glass and having an enlarged head 6 and a contracted neck 7 The lower half of the wall 8 of the head is thicker in cross section than the upper portion. The head 6 is provided with the usual mouth 9, and the inner face of the upper portion of the wall 8 extends inwardly from the mouth 9 to form a seat 10, upon which is adapted to rest a glass stopper 11, said stopper having a diameter slightly less than the diameter of the mouth 9.
and a bottom 14. Formed in the head di- 1 rectly below the recess 12 and above the contracted neck 7 is a second recess 15, which communicates with the recess 12. Formed in the neck 7 is a valve seat 16 which communicates with the recess 12, and a port 17 is also formed in the neck which communicates with the seat 16 and with the interior of the bottle 5. Seated upon the valveseat 16 is a valve 18 of cork or other suitable material, and this valve includes a head 19. An opening 20 is centrally formed in the glass stopper 11, and disposed therein is one end 21 of a valve stem 22, the lower end 23' thereof being screw-threaded for engagement with a head 24, the latter normally bearing upon the head 19 of the valve 18 to keep the latter in its closed position. The upper end of the stem 22 is secured to the glass stopper 11 by any suitable means. Disposed within the recess 12 is a cylindrical stopper 25 of cork or other suitable material. This cork is of a size to tightly fill the recess 12, and is provided with a plurality of spaced openings 2626, the axis of said openings being disposed in planes parallel to the axis of the stopper. These openings 26 register with the recess 15 and with the mouth 9 when the glass stopper 11 is unseated.
In assembling these parts, the valve 18 is first positioned upon its seat 16. The stem 22 which is carried by the glass stopper 11 is then inserted through the central opening formed in the cork stopper 25, and the head 24 is then attached to the lower end 23 of said stem. These parts are then inserted through the mouth 9 of the head, and the cork stopper 25 is forced past the seat 10 and into the recess 12, the shoulder 13 and the bottom 14 respectively preventing any tendency of the stopper 25 to move either up or down. In this position the glass stopper 11 will be disposed upon the seat 10 and the head 24 will abut the head 19 of the valve 18, and thereby hold it upon its seat. When, however, it is desired to pour the contents from the bottle, the bottle is inverted, or at least partially so. The glass stopper 11 will, by gravity, move outwardly toward the mouth 9, and carry with it the head 24, thereby releasing the valve 18 and permitting the contents from the-bottle to flow through the port 1'1, through the valve seat 16, into the recess 15, through the openings 26 of the cork stopper 25, out around the glass stopper 11 and thence through the mouth 9 of the bottle, projecting through .neck enlarged adjacent the mouth thereof,
said neck being contracted adjacent the bottom, said contracted portion being flared at its upper end producing a valve seat, and
or the said neck having an annular interior groove formed between the enlarged and I contracted portions thereof, of a stopper Copies of this patent may be obtained for held within the said annular groove, said stopper having a central and surrounding openings, a valve stem movable through the central opening, a valve engaging the valve seat,a head carried by the valve stem and engaging the valve, and a stopper carried by the valve stem, said stopper being disposed in the enlarged portion of the neck and being of a diameter larger than the diameter of the medial portions of the neck whereby the said second mentioned stopper will engage the interior of the enlarged portion of the neck in spaced relation to the first mentioned stopper. a
In testimony whereof, I aflix my signa-" ture, in presence of two witnesses.
JOHN s.- GREAVES.
Witnesses MAUDE A. CALVIN, i o l i T.
MARTHA CALVIN.
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