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US1053942A US1912702128A US1053942A US 1053942 A US1053942 A US 1053942A US 1912702128 A US1912702128 A US 1912702128A US 1053942 A US1053942 A US 1053942A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47GHOUSEHOLD OR TABLE EQUIPMENT
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    • A47G29/14Deposit receptacles for food, e.g. breakfast, milk, or large parcels; Similar receptacles for food or large parcels with appliances for preventing unauthorised removal of the deposited articles, i.e. food or large parcels
    • A47G29/20Deposit receptacles for food, e.g. breakfast, milk, or large parcels; Similar receptacles for food or large parcels with appliances for preventing unauthorised removal of the deposited articles, i.e. food or large parcels with appliances for preventing unauthorised removal of the deposited articles

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A. R. ONNBR & A. A. VBASEY.

MILK BOTTLE RBCEPTAGLB.

APPLICATION FILED JUNBS, 1912.

1,053,942. Patented Feb. 18, 1913.

2 SHEETS-SHEET 2.

COLUMBIA PLANOGRAPH C13-.WASHINGTON D. c,

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

AMBER R. CONNER, OF MEREDITI-I CENTER, AND ALBION A. VEASEY, OF BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE.

MILK-BOTTLE RECEPTACLE.

Application lcd June 6, 1912.

To all whom t may concern.'

Be it known that we; AMBER R. CONNER and ALBION A. fn-ism', citizens of the United States, residing; respectively, at Meredith Center, Belknap county, and Bristol, in the county of Grafton, State of New Hampshire, have invented certain new and useful Improvei'nents in Milk-Bottle Receptacles, of which the following is a specilication.

Our invention relates to receptacles for holdingl milk bottles and the like, and has for its object the provision of a closed receptacle provided with a door and a locking mechanism for said door by which the door may be opened the first time after the lock is set to permit removal of the empty milk bottles and the reception of the filled bottles and after the door is closed the secend time, the lock is automatically operated b v the closing of the door to securely fasten the door in a closed position to prevent it being opened except by the use of a key.

Our invention will be described in detail hereinafter and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which;

Figure 1 is a view in perspective of the box showing it secured to a door post; Fig. 2, a sectional view of the box showing the lock in position after opening` the door without the key; Fig. 3. a similar view showing the door locked after having once been open; Fig. at, a longitudinal sectional view of the box showing the lcck in its first position, when set so that the door may be opened without the key; Fig. 5, a sec-tional view of the door locking mechanism; Fig. 6; a perspective view of the sliding detent; and Fig. 7, a cross section of the cam and the key operating mechanism; Fig. S, a fragmental top plan view; Fig. 9, a detail view of the cam engaging lever; and Fig. 10, a detail view of the bracket secured to the door.

In the drawings, similar reference characters will be used to designate corresponding parts through the Several views.

Our improved milk receptacle 1 is sho-wn secured to a door post A and has mounted on the front side thereof a swinging door 2 admitting to the interior of the box.

Seemed to the inner side of the door 2 is a lock casing 3 having slidably mounted Specification of Letters Patent.

Fatented Feb. 18, 1913.

Serial No. 702,128.

therein a locking bolt el. having an upst-anding lug 5 thereon that is adapted to engage a shoulder G on the interior of the casing to limit the outward movement of the locking` bolt 4.

7 indicates a pin secured to t-he rear side of the shoulder 5 and having its free terminal slidably mounted in a socket S in the casing 3, 9 indicating a coiled spring mounted on the pin 7 and engaging the bolt 4 and casing 3 to normally project the locking bolt -1 into a locking position.

10 indicates an integral rearward eXtension from the locking bolt el that is slidably mounted in a socket 11 in the casing 3 and provided with a notch 12 in its under side, the forwardmost wall of the notch 12 being inclined as shown at 13.

11 indicates a lever pivotally secured to the door 2 as shown at 15 and having a pin 16 pivotally mounted in a socket 17 in its upper edge that extends through an opening 18 in the under side of the casing 3 to engage the notch 12 in the rearward extension 10 of the locking bolt 4.-.

19 indicates a spring having one of its terminals secured in one of the arms of the lever 14 as shown at 20, while its other terminal is secured as shown at 21 in the pin 16, said spring being adapted to hold the lever 1A and the pin 16 normally in a position to engage the notch 12.

22 indicates an upwardly7 extending projection on the terminal of the lever farthest removed from the spring connection 20 and having its upper end beveled as shown at 23.

' Secured to the boX 1 adjacent to the door opening is casing 2liprovided with two slots designated 25 and 26.

27 indicates a block slidably mounted in the slot 25 and having an elongated notch 28 in its under side to receive a lug 29 eX- tending upwardly from the lower wall of the slot 25 and its extremity farthest removed from the locking bolt il having a beveled portion 30 for the purpose to be hereinafter described.

31 indicates a sliding detent mounted in the slot 26 and held normally in a retracted position from the door 2 by means of a bowed spring 32 secured to the box 1 by means of a suitable fastening 33 and having one ot' its terminals engaging a notch 34: 69 indicates a pin extending from one terin the lower edge of the detent 3l, while its f other terminal engages the casing 2st,

35 indicates a notch in the upper rear extremity otl the detent 3l and having its lower wall beveled laterally as shown at 36.

37 indicates a disk rotatably mounted on the side ot' the box l and spaced apart trom the box by means of a suitable washer 3S, said disk having a shoulder 39 'formed thereon and a notch l0 adjacent to said shoulder. The periphery ot' the disk 37 commencing from the notch Ll() is formed with a cam surface 4l, while the remainder of the periphery ot the disk is concentric with the pintle 42 to which said disk is secured and that is revolubly mounted in an opening -tzl extending through the washer 3S and the side of the casing l.

le indicates a laterally extending cam on the disk 37 that is 'formed with inclined surtaces l5 and lo extending toward and away from the shoulder 39 respectively.

The terminal of the pintle 42 is formed rectangular in cross section as shown at 47 and said terminal 47 is mounted in a keyhole slot t8 in the casing 49 secured to the outer side ot' the box l and is adapted to receive a suitable key 50 for turning said pintle and with it the disk 87. The pintle 42 is secured to said disk by means of a nut or other suitable fastening 5l and 52 indicates a lateral tlange on said pintle that en` gages the outer side ot the box l adjacent to the opening t3 therein.

53 indicates a spring connecting a pin 54 secured to the inner side ot the box 1 and pin 55 mounted on the disk 37, said spring norn'lally tending t-o rotate said disk.

5G indicates a lever t'ulcrumed at 57 on the box l and having a downwardly extending projection 5S that engages the notch et() in the disk 37 and is held normally in engagement with said notch by means ot a spring 59 secured to the box l by means ot' a pin GO and having one terminal engaging the upper edge of the casino' 2st, while its other terminal engages the under side oit said lever. The termina-l o'tl said lever 5G farthest removed from the projection 5S is reduced as shown at Gl and the upper edge of the lever is provided with a shoulder (SQ, the upper portion of said lever extending rearwardly oi said shoulder (S2 being inclined as shown at 63.

G4 indicates an arm having a longitudinal slot therein to receive a pivot pin G6 extending from a block (57 that is angular in cross section as shown in Fig. 8. rl`he outer side of the arm (ist is formed with a notch (38 on the two sides ot' the slot (35 having its inner surface formed convex to admit otl an oscillating movement of said arm G4 on said pin 66, the head of said pin. GG riding on said convex surface of the notch.

minal of the arm (ist that is adapted to engage the reduced portion G1 on the lever 5G, while its other terminal is provided with a` pin 70.

7l indicates a bracket secured to the edge ot' the door 2 and having an inwardly extending projection 72 provided with a notch 7? in its upper edge, having its outer wall inclined upwardly as shown at 7st and the outer portion ot the upper edge ot said projection 72 inclined downwardly as shown atl 75, 76 indicates a spring secured to said bracket 7l and extending inwardly of the door over the projection 7 2.

In operation, the lock is set with the parts as shown in F 2 and al. Then in this posit-ion, the projection 5S on the lever 5G engages the notch 4:0 in the disk 87 and holds said disk against the action of spring 53 so that the cam all on said disk is in engage ment with the end of the block 27 and holds said block in the position shown in Fig. 5

to prevent the lock bolt el trom entering the slot Q5. t the same time, the detent 3l is held in its retracted position by the spring 32 and the lever 14 is in its uppermost position as shown in said Fig. so that the pin 16 engages the notch l2 in the locking bolt 41 to prevent said boltl from moving into a locking position. fit this time, the milk bottles have been inserted in the receptacle l and the door 2 closed, the disk 87 having been rotated by the key 2O to move it into the position stated, and inclined portion 45 of the cam elli having operated to move the block Q7 to retract the bolt et to allow the parts to assume the positions stated. At the same timel the door being closed` the pin on the arm 64: is in engagement with the notch 73 on the bracket 71 and is held in engagement with said notch by means ot' the spring 7G, the pin G9 on the other terminal otsaid arm 6l engaging the reduced portion Gl on the lever 56, and at this period ot the operation ot the device, the engagement of said pin 70 with the notch 73 operates as a latch to prevent accidental opening of the door Q. Atthis period in the operation of the device, it will be apparent that any one can open the door 2, and when said door is open for the removal of the empty milk bottles contained therein, the pin 70 will ride upwardly on the inclined port-ion 7% at the outer extremity of the notch 73 and by so doing, will oscillate the lever 5G so that its dowi'iwardly extending end 58 is released trom the notch it() in the disks 37 and said disk will be released to the operation of the spring 53 and be rotated on the pintle 4Q. lhen the disk 37 is rotated as stated, the inclined portion t6 ot the cam .4e by engaging the notch in the detent 3ft will more said detent outwardly of the casino` 24 against the resistance of the spring 32 and hold it in said outwardly extending position, as shown in Fig. 3. This movement of the disk 37 and cam 44 thereon will also bring the inclined portion 45 of said cam into position so that said inclined portion will be opposite the inclined surface on the block 2T and the cam 44 will be no longer in position to interfere with the retractile movement of the block 2T. After inserting the full milk bottles in the receptacle, the door 2 will be closed, and in closing said door the projected end of the detent 31 by engaging the beveled portion 23 of the upwardly extending projection 22 on the lever 14 will operate to move the end of said lever downwardly against the resistance of the spring 19 and by such downward movement of the lever, will release the pin 16 from engaging the notch 12 in the rearward eX- tension 10 of the locking bolt 4. W'hen said pin 16 is removed from engagement with the notch 12, it will be apparent that the locking' bolt 4 will be moved outwardly by the action of the spring 9 and the end of said locking bolt 4 entering the slot 25 of the casing 24 will hold the door in a locked position. Said locking bolt 4 by moving in the locked position as described, operates to move the block 27 into its rearmost position.

To open the door, when locked as just described, the key 50 is inserted in the slot 48 and into engagement with the end 47 of the pintle 42 and the disk 37 rotated by said key against the resistance of t-he spring vWhen the disk 37 is rotated as stated, the inclined portion 46 of the cam 44 is moved upwardly to permit the spring 82 to withdraw the projecting terminal of the detent 31 into the casing 24 and at the same time the inclined portion 45 of said cam engages the beveled portion 30 of the block 27 to move said block, and with it the locking bolt 4 against the resistance of the spring 9 until the locking bolt assumes the position shown in Fig. 5 when the pin 16 will be moved upwardly into engagement with the notch 12 and the parts will be in the position as first described.

Having thus described our invention, what. we claim is 1. In combination with a receptacle having a swinging door, a locking bolt slidably mounted on said swinging door, means to hold said sliding bolt in a retracted position, a sliding' detent mounted in the receptacle and adapted to move said locking bolt holding means from engagement with the locking bolt, and means to reciprocate said detent into and out of engagement with said locking bolt holding means,

2. In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, a sliding bolt mounted on said door, a lever mounted on the door, a pin pivotally secured to said lever and adapted to engage the locking bolt to hold it in a retracted position, a detent slidably mounted in the receptacle and adapted in one of its positions to engage said lever and move the pin from engagement with the locking bolt, and means to reciprocate said detent.

3. In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, a. spring actuated sliding bolt mounted on said door and having a notch therein, a. spring actuated lever pivotally mounted on the door, av pin pivotally secured to said lever and adapted to engage the notch in the locking bolt, a detent slidably mounted in the receptacle'and adapted in one of its positions to engage said lever to move the pin from engagement with the locking bolt, a block also slidably mounted in said receptacle and adapted to engage the locking bolt to retract it against the resistance of said spring, and means to reciprocate said detent and block. v

4. In combination with a receptacle and a swinging door therefor, a spring actuated locking bolt slidably mounted on said door and having a notch therein, a spring actuated lever pivotally mounted on said door and having an integral beveled projection, a pin pivotally mounted on said lever and adapte-d to engage the notch in the locking bolt, a detent slidably mounted in the receptacle and adapt-ed to engage the beveled projection on the lever aforesaid in one of its positions, a block slidably mounted inthe receptacle and adapted to enga-ge the locking bolt to retract it against the resistance of said spring, a spring secured to said detent and normally tending to retract it from engagement with the lever aforesaid, a disk revolubly mounted in the receptacle and having a cam adapted to engage said detent to project it against the resistance of said spring and also to engage said block to move it and the locking` bolt as aforesaid, means to hold said disk stationary, and means operated by the door to release said holding means.

5. In combination with a receptacle and a swinging door therefor, a spring actuated locking` bolt slidably mounted on said door and having a notch therein, means engaging said notch to hold said locking bolt in a retracted position against the resist-ance of said spring, a block slidably mounted in the receptacle and adapted to engage said locking bolt to retract it, a detent slidably i mounted in the receptacle and adapted to engage the locking bolt holding means to release it, a spring engaging said detent and normally tending to hold said detent out of engagement with said locking bolt holding means, a spring actuated disk journaled in said receptacle and having a notch in its periphery, a laterally extending cam on said disk and adapted to engage said block and detent to move them into their' operative postions, said @am operating said block and In testimony whereof we affix oui' signadetent by alternative movements of said tures in pre-sence of two Wltnesses. disk a level' fuicrmned in said l'eeeptzicle w T 1 and aenOaOfinO' the notch in the disk an arm AMBER* 1"' @Olll D D w ALBION A. VEADIU 5 pivotally secured 1n the receptacle and endoor to aotuate said arm and move the level' E. C. MANSFIELD,

gagng said lever, and means secured to said 1 itnesses: from engagement with the notch in the disk. I BERTRAM BLAISDELL.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing' the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C.

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