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CHARLES FORTH, OF OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, ASSIGNOR TO THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY, OF DAYTON, OHIO, A CORPORATION OF OHIO, (INCORPORATED TICKET-ISSUING MACHIN 11 Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Nov. 4, 1919.
Application filed October 31, 1918. Serial No. 798,566.
the following to be a full, clear, and exact description.
The primary object of this invention is to provide a machine for use in railroad oiiices and which is so constructed as to issue tickets to various destination points and at the same time to accumulate the total of the various amounts represented by the tickets ssued, the machine also being provided with a record strip, whereby the numeach destination point may be ascertamvd by those in authority.
W'ith these and incidental objects in view,
the invention consists incertain novel features of construction and combinations of parts the essential elements of which are set forth in appended claims, and a preferred form of embodiment of which is hereinafter described with reference to the drawings which accompany and form part of this specification.
Of said drawings Figure 1 is a side elevation partly in section of a machineembodying this invention.
Fig. 2 is a top plan View of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a front elevation of the ticket issuing mechanism.
Fig. 3 is a detail view of the mechanism for operating the inking devices.
Fig. 4 is an enlarged front elevation of the registering mechanism.
Fig. 5 is an enlarged side elevation of the registering mechanism with the casing therefor in section.
Fig. 6 is a top plan view of the inking mechanism.
Fig. 7 is an enlarged sectional view of the reciprocatory frame for operating the destination devices.
Fig. 8 is a side elevation of the mechanism shown in Fig. 7.
Fig. 9 is an enlarged .sectional view of the feed rollers for the ticket strip.
Fig. 10 is a side elevation of the feed roller carrying the grand total consecutive numbering device.
Fig. 11 is a detail view of one of the destination devices and the frame therefor.
Fig. 12 is a side elevation of several of the destination devices, the same being shown in their normal position, partiall operated position and fully operated posltion.
Fig. 13 is an elevation partly in section of the ticket severing mechanism.
. Fig. 14: is a bottom plan view of two. of the destination devices.
supporting Fig. is a detail view of the consecutive numbering device carried by'each destination device.
Fig. l6-is a detail view of the driving motor and connections therewith.
Fig. 17 is a plan View of a portion of the summary. strip.
Figs. 18 and 19 are front and rear views, respectively, of an issued ticket.
Described in general terms the machine comprises a rotatable carrier having mounted therein a plurality of destination devices,
any one of which may be brought into cooperative relation with registering and ticket issuing mechanisms suitably supported by the frame work, upon which is also mounted the carrier for the said destination dea consecutive numbering device for record.-
in'g upon the ticket stri the destination, the fare and the number 0 tickets issued thereto. On its under side each device is also provided with amount determining fingers which when said device is operated to stamp the ticket, actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare to the point represented by the destination device used. Co-incide-nt with the actuation of the registering and ticket issuing mechanism by the destination device, said device also records upon a summary record strip the same information it records upon the ticket strip. This record strip is accessible only to authorized persons and by which strip there may be readily ascertained the number of tickets issued to the various destination points. The reciprocatory member for operating the. destination device brought into cooperative relation therewith is initially operated by an eccentric, which eccentric also closes a circuit to the motor driving mechanism, whereby the operation of said reciprocatory member is completed by the motor and its connections. The motor connections also actuate an inking mechthere are provided two cicles of said devices,
the carrier being designed to be shifted so as to bring either circle of destination devices into position to cooperate with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms.
(The main frame work 1 (Fig. 1) is provided at its upper end with guides 2 in which s'lides a plate 3 having projecting upwardly therefrom a stub shaft 4. A carrier 5 is rotatabl mounted upon roller bearin s 210 surroun ing the stub shaft 4 and in this carrier there is mounted a plurality of destination devices 6. These devices are arranged in two circles struck from the center of the stub shaft 4 and are arranged to be brought beneath a reciprocatory member 7 (Figs. 7 and 8) in the form of a plunger frame carrying a stud 22 (Figs. 1, 7, and 8). The plate 3 upon which the stub shaft 4 is mounted has a rack portion 200 which meshes with a segment 201 pivotally mounted upon one end of a shaft 202 supported by the main frame 1. At its other end this shaft has secured thereto a lever 203, which lever extends forwardly into position to be grasped by the attendant so that the carrier for the destination devices may be shifted to bring either circle of devices into position, whereby any one of said devices maybe brought into cooperative relation with the reciprocatory member. The carrier 5 and the lever 203 are held in their adjusted posi tion by a plunger bolt 204 which engages in notches 205 of a segmental plate 206 secured to the main frame 1. This plunger bolt 204 is withdrawn by a link 207 connected to a lever 208 pivotally mounted near the forward end of the lever 203, which construction is well known and no further description it is thought is necessary. When it is desired to bring the outer circle of destination devices, shown in Fig. 1, into position to be brought into cooperative relation with the reciprocatory member 7, the lever 208 is gripped by the attendant, thus withdrawing the plunger 204 from the lower notch 205 of the plate 206 and the lever 203 is then moved member by rotating the carrier 5. The plate '3 upon which is mounted the carrier '5 has extending laterally therefrom an arm 215, Fig. 2, which carries at its outer end a lug 216. In. this lug is mounted a spring pressed plunger 217, that engages with notches 218 formed in the carrier 5 and thereby prevents accidental displacement of the carrier and also properly alines the selected destination device relative to the operating mechanism therefor hereinafter described. Each of the destination devices has at its upper end a plate 8 (Figs. 1, 2, 11 and 12) which is labeled with a consecutive number, the destination represented by said device and the fare thereto, as shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings. Projecting downwardly from the plate 8 of each device are two rods 9 which extend through a frame 10 suitably supported by the carrier and said rods at their lower ends have secured thereto a stamp 12. This stamp on its under edge is provided with suitable characters designating the station the stamp represents and the fare to said destination. Each of these stamps is also provided with a consecutive numbering device 13 which is advanced one step upon each operation of the stamp, whereby the number of operations of said stamp is recorded upon each ticket as at 300, Fig. 18, and as the stamp is only operated when a ticket is to be issued, it will be seen that each ticket bears the number of tickets issued to that particular station or destination point. These destination devices or stamps are normally held in the position shown in Figs. 1 and 11 of the drawings by coiled springs l4,-surrounding the rods 9 and having their ends abutting against collars 15 carried by said rods and the bottom plate of the frame 10.
The unit wheel of the consecutive numbering device 13 carried by each stam is provided with a ratchet 16 (Fig. 15), w llCll ratchet is engaged by a feed pawl 17 projecting downwardly from the supporting frame 10 of the destination device. When said device is lowered, the pawl 17 will engage one tooth in the rear of the tooth it is shown in engagement in Fig. 15 and when said destination device is returned to normal position, the units wheel will be advanced one space. Suitable transfer mechanism between the units wheel and the wheels of higher denominations is provided but the same being so well known, it is thought there is no need of illustrating or describing said transfer mechanism. The consecutive numbering devices carried by the destination stamps are of a greater width than the beneath a reciprocatory member stamps-themselves and in order to economize space and. arrange said stamps in a compact form the said numbering devices are alternately mounted in the opposite ends of adjacent stamps as shown in Fig. 14.
Each destination device is provided with a stud 18 which has extending downwardly therefrom amount determining fingers 19.
(Fig. 11). These fingers in most instances are graduated and 'are arranged to cooperate with the registering mechanism hereinafter described when said destination device is operated.
This machine is provided with an electric driving mechanism but it is to be understood that it is not limited to this particular means of operations, as the same may be equally as well operated by a manual device or any other well known form of driving means.
As previously stated, the destination devices 6 are arranged to be brou ht singly (Figs. 7 and 8). ,This member is mounted in the forward end of an arm 20 suitably attached to the main frame 1. The reciprocatory member 7 is in the form of a plunger frame which carries at its lower end a stud 22 arranged to engage with the top plate 8 of any destination device brought beneath said reciprocatory member. This plunger frame is normally forced to its upper position, as shown inFigs. 1, 7 and 8, by a coiled spring 23, which surrounds a rod 24 carried by said frame, the upper end of said spring contacting with the frame while the lower end of said spring contacts with a guide plate 25 supported by the arm 20. Projecting upwardly from the foremost part of the arm 20 are ears 26 carrying a pin 27, upon which is eccentrically mounted a disk 28- having an arm 29 extending upwardly therefrom; Upon turning the disk 28 (Fig. 7) in a clockwise direction about the pin 27, the reciprocatory frame 7 will be lowered against the tension of its spring 23. This lowering of the frame through the stud 22 carried thereby will cause a partial depression of the destination device 6 that is in cooperative relation therewith.
Upon turning the disk 28 as above described a pin 30-projecting therefrom will cause the rocking of a bell crank lever 31 in a clockwise direction (Figs. 1 and 8) which lever is suitably mounted. upon an extension 32 projecting from the arm 20. To the lower end of the vertical portion of the bell crank 31 is connected the forward end of rod 32 which rod at its extreme rearward end is connected to a bell crank 33. To one arm of this last mentioned bell crank is connected the upper end of a rod 34, the lower end of which is connected to an arm 35 (Fig. 16) secured to a stub 36 to which is also secured an upwardly extending arm 37. The upperend of the arm 37 is normally in engagement with a finger 38 secured to one of the drive shafts 39 of the machine. This drive shaft has secured to its outer end a worm gear 40 which meshes with a worm 41 formed upon an extension of the armature shaft of a motor 42, the latter being suitably supported by the main frame work 1. With the parts in the position shown in Fig. 16, it will be seen that the motor and connecting mechanism are prevented from operation by the arm 37 engaging with the finger 38 of the drive shaft 39. When the eccentric mounted disk 28 is rotated by the arm 29 projecting therefrom, as above described, it will be seen that the rod 32 will rock the bell crank 33 in an anticlockwise direction (Fig. 1) and through rod 34rock the arms 35 and 37 in a clockwise direction Fig. 16) thereby withdrawing the last mentioned arm from engagement with the finger 38. The rod 32 (Fig. 1) near its rear end is provided with a contact device 43 which when the rod is moved forwardly, as above described, engages with contact clips 44 and thereby closes the circuit for the motor, this closing of the circuit occuring substantially at the same time as the arm 37 is withdrawn from engagement of the finger 38 of the drive shaft 39'.
Secured to the driving shaft 39, which shaft operates the ticket issuing mechanism, as hereinafter described, is secured a beveled gear 45 having half of its teeth cut away. When the motor circuit is completed, as above described, the worm 41 will drive the shaft 39 in the direction of the arrows (Figs. 1 and 16). During the last half of rotation of the shaft, the teeth formed upon the gear 4'5 will engage with the beveled gear 46 and impart a complete rotation to said gear. This latter gear is secured to the lower end of a shaft 47 suitably mounted in the arm 20 and which shaft near its upper end is provided with a beveled gear 48, which meshes with a similar gear 49 secured to 110 the rear end of a shaft 50. This latter shaft is suitably mounted within the horizontal portion of the arm 20-and at its forward end has secured thereto a'disk 51 (Figs. 7
' and 8) which disk near the edge thereof has 11 projecting therefrom a roller 52 that extends within a recess '53 formed in the reciproca tory member or plunger frame 7. As the shaft 50 is rotated through the above described motor connections, the roller 52 12 will engage with the lower wall of the recess 53 of the reciprocatory member 7 and further depress said member against the tension of its spring 23. As the shaft 50 nears the completion of its rotation, the said plunger frame is returned to its normal position by the spring 23. The shaft 50 is provided with a cam arm 54 (Fig. 1) which near the end of a rotation of the shaft engages with a roller 55 secured to the rod 32 and cams said rod rearwardly, thereby moving thecontact device 43 carried by the rod out of engagement with the contact clips 44 whereby the motor circuit is broken. This camming of the rod 32 rearwardly will, through the bell crank 33, rod 34 and arm 35, force the arm 37 into the path of the finger 38 of the drive shaft 39, whereby the motor and the parts driven thereby Wlll be arrested at the end of the complete rotation of the drive shaft 39.
It will be noted that during the first half rotation of the shaft'39 that the shafts 47 wardly therefrom a platform 56 upon which is rigidly mounted an auxiliary frame 57 supporting the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms. A ticket roll 58 (Fig. 3) is supported as at 59 upon the auxiliary frame 57 and the strip from this roll is led over an idler 159 between rollers 60, 61, 62
- and 63. The roller 60 is provided with an electro plate for printing any suitable information upon the face of the ticket, as shownin Fig. 18, while the roller 61 is provided with devices for printing the date and the issuing station upon the back of the ticket, as shown in Fig. 19. The roller 62 is provided with numbering devices (Figs. 9 and 10) for printing upon the ticket the total number of tickets issued from the station where the machine is located up to that time, which total number is shown at 64 upon the face of the ticket 65, shown in Fig. 18. This numbering device comprises a pluralit of wheels 66 suitably mounted in the rol er 62, the units wheel of which is arranged to be advanced one step upon each rotation of the roll. A stationary plate 67 is mounted in the auxiliary frame work 57 and this late is provided with a cam oove 68 in which plays a roller 69 pro ecting from one end of an arm 70. This arm at its other end is connected to an arm 71 supported upon a shaft 72 carrying the numering wheels 66 and at its free end is pro vided with apawl 73 for engaging the teeth of a ratchet 74 secured to the units wheel 66. As the roller 62 is rotated, the cam groove 68 formed in the stationary plate 67 will reciprocate the link 70, thereby rockin the arm 71 so as to advance the units whee of the consecutive numbering device one step. A suitable transfer mechanism is provided between the units wheel and the wheels of higher denomination, which transfer mechanism may be any of the forms well known in the art.
Each of the above mentioned rolls is provided with a pinion 75 (Fig. 3), the pinions of the rolls 60 and 61 meshing, while the pinions of the rolls 62 and 63 also mesh. The pinions connected to the rollers 61 and 63 mesh with a pinion 76, which pinion has secured thereto a beveled gear 77 which .meshes with a similar gear 78 secured to the upper end of an inclined shaft 79. This shaft is suitably mounted upon the auxiliary frame work 57 and at its lower end is provided with a beveled pinion 80 which meshes with a similar gear 81, that is secured to a pinion 82 suitably supported in the auxiliary frame work 57. This pinion 82 meshes with a. similar pinion 83 (Fig. 1) which pinion is secured to the upper end of a stub shaft 84, which at its lower end is also provided with a beveled gear 85 that meshes with a similar gear 86 secured to the forward end of the aforesaid driving shaft 39. By the above described gear connection, the rollers 60 to 64, inclusive, will be 'ven a complete rotation at each operatlon of the machine. By reference to Fig. 9, it will be seen that the rollers 60 and 63 are Provided with enlarged portions 87, by which portion the ticket strip is gripped between each pair of rolls and fed orwardly prior to the complete rotation of said rolls.- From the rolls the ticket stri is fed between knives 88 and 89 which forms the severing mechanism for the strip and thence on to a platform 90 mounted in the auxiliary frame work 57.
From the above description it will be seen that the ticket strip 58 will be fed upon the platen 90 prior to the complete rotation of the drive shaft 39 and will remain in such position during the remainder of the rotation of said drive shaft in order to receive an impression from the operated destination device at which time the severing mechanism, comprising the knives 88 and 89 is operated to sever that portion of the ticket strip having the destination recorded thereon so that same may be handed to the patron.
The knife 88 is ri idly mounted upon the auxiliary frame wor 57 (Fig. 13) while the knife 89 is pivotally mounted, as at 91 to one of the sides of said frame work. This latter knife beyond itspivotal point has connected thereto, the upper end of a link 92 supported at its lower end by a rod 93,- the latter being suitable guided upon the auxiliary frame work. The rod 93 near its lower end carries a disk 94 with the under side of which a roller 95 supported by an arm 96 secured to the shaft 79 engages near the end of rotation of said shaft and thereby elevates the rod 93 and through link 92 rocks the knife 89 about its pivotal point 91 so as to sever the portion of the ticket strip resting upon the platen 90 and. containing the destination from the remainder of said strip;
As previously described, the destination device 6 that is in cooperative relation with the reciprocatory member 7 is partially depressed by the oscillation of the eccentric disk- 28 and in this partially depressed position, the destination device is arranged to be inked by an ink roller 97 (Figs. 3 and 6) supported in arms -98 pivotally mounted upon a cross rod 99, which in turn is supported by arms 100 pivotally mounted as at 101 to the auxiliary frame57. The roller 97 normally rests upon a'disk 102 carrying a supply of ink. This disk is mounted upon a vertical stud 103 extending up from one of the cross arms of the auxiliary frame 57. This disk 102 has connected thereto a gear 104 which is arranged to be rotated by a pawl 105 carried by an arm 106 pivotally mounted upon the stud 103. The arm 106 is connected to one end of a link 10:. the other end of which passes through a stud 300 secured to one of the arms 100. This link 107 is provided with a collar 301 with which the stud 300 contacts as the arm 100 carrying said stud nears the end of its movement in a counter clockwise direction, Fig. 3, and thereby moves the link 107 and through the above described connection partially rotates the gear 104 and inking disk 102 connected thereto. As the arm 100 carrying the stud 300 is returned to normal position the stud will contact with a collar 302 secured to the link 107 and restore said link and parts connected thereto to normal position. As it isnot necessary that the feed device for inking disk 102 receive as great a movement as the inking roll 97 the above described lost motion between the stud 300 carried by one of the arms 100 and the collars 301 and 302 secured to the rod 107 is provided. From this it will be seen that as the arms 100 are oscillated the inking disk 102 will be partially operated through its connection with the gear 104. The rotation of the inking disk 102 is for the purpose of furnishing a fresh supply of ink to the roller 97 as said roller is reciprocated across the disk. One of the arms 100 is connected by a link 108, (Figs. 3 and 3) to a ring 109 surrounding the disk 110 eccentrically mounted upon the aforesaid shaft 79. The eccentrically mounted disk 110 is so located upor the shaft 79 that upon the very beginning of rotation of said shaft. the arms 100 through the link 108 (Fig. 3) will be rocked in an anti-clockwise direction carrying the roller 97 over the feed rolls 60 and i 62 and thence beneath the destination stamp 6 that is in partially operated condition. By this movement the ink roller 97 inks the feed rollers 60 and 62 carrying an electro movement beneath the destination plate and the total consecutive numbering devices, respectively, and also inks the partially operated destination device. In its device, the roller 97 is guided by a portion of its supporting rod 111 passing into an elongated slot 112 formed upon a guide bracket 113 secured to the auxiliary frame 57. The purpose of this guide bracket 113 is two fold: first, to insure the inking of the partially operated destination device, and, sec- 0nd, to prevent the dropping of the roller 97 into contact with the knife 89 or the platen 90.
Each of the arms 98 supporting the ink roll 97 has an extension 260, to which a rod 261 is pivotally attached, (Fig. 3). The rods 261 at their lower ends are guided by lugs 262 projecting from arms 100 and intermediate their ends the rods are provided with collars 263. Springs 264 are interposed between the collars 263 and lugs 262 and thus hold the ink roll under spring tension into contact with the inking disk 102.
A summary record strip 114 is mounted upon the auxiliary frame 57 and is arranged to be fed from a supply roll 115 over a guide roll 116, between the feed rollers 62 and 63,
around a guide roll 117 and thence over the- 119 is led from a roll 120 around a guide roll 121 between the feed rollers 60, 61, 62 and .63 around the guide roll 117, thence over the platen 90 to a roll 122m0unted in the auxiliary frame 57.
When the partially'operated destination device is completely operated to stamp the fare, the destination and the number of tickets issued thereto upon the ticket strip. the same information is transferred to the record strip 114 through the inking ribbon 120, (Fig. 17 The record strip and the inking ribbon passing between the rolls 62 and 63 will be fed by said rolls and the amount of strip andribbon fed thereby will be stored upon the rolls 118 and 122 respectively by suitable friction driving devices, not shown, but which are well known in the art.
The record strip 114 is inclosed in a suitable casing and is only accessible to the auditor or some other authorized person. As the number of tickets issued to. any destination is recorded upon the record strip adjacent to the destination recorded thereon it is obvious that by-means of this strip a quick and accurate audit may be obtained without interfering in the least with the operation of the machine, all being necessary is to detach the used portion 'of strip from the storage roll 118. Each machine is provided with a hand stamp 250, which as herein shown is Upon the removal of the used portion of the record strip by the proper person one end thereof is inserted in the stamp 250 and the latter operated by which operation suitable characters, Fig. 17, are recorded upon the strip for the pur ose of identifying the machine from which it was removed.
As heretofore stated, a registering mechanism is provided for accumulating the total of the fares of the issued tickets, which mechanism will now be described.
Each destination device, as previously described, is provided with amount determining fingers 19 (Figs. 1, 3 and 11). These fingers are graduated and represent the fare from the issuing station to the destination represented by the device carrying said fingers. Although the destinations are shown in the accom anying drawings as being pro vided with tliree fingers 19 it is understood of course that the number of fingers for each device is dependent upon the number of different denominations represented in the fare charged, there being one finger for each denomination represented. As the selected destination device is lowered, the amount determining fingers 19 carried thereby will come in contact with vertical links 123 supported by arms 124 and 125 (Figs. 4 and 5). The arms 124 are pivotally mounted upon an upright 126 of a frame 127 which is secured to the platform 56 extending forwardly from the main frame 1 of the machine. The arms 124 have extensions 128 (Figs. 3 and 5) which extensions are normally drawn into contact with lugs 129 by springs 130 suitably secured to the extensions and to the upright 126. The purpose of the lugs 129, as is obvious, is to prevent the return of the arms 124 and 125 and the vertical links supported thereby beyond their normal position. The arms 125 supporting the lower ends of the links 123 are connected to the ends of a shaft 131 and sleeves 132 surrounding said shaft, the other ends of the sleeves and shaft having secured thereto arms 133 which support at their outer ends pawls 134 that are spring pressed into engagement with gear wheels 135. The gear wheels 135 are loosely mounted upon the shaft 131 and sleeves 132 and mesh with pigions 136 secured to registering wheels 13 vAs the amount'determining fingers 19 carried by the different destination devices are of different lengths, it will be seen that when said destination devices are lowered, the links 123 will have imparted thereto a vertical movement, which movement through the shaft 131 and sleeves 132 and pawls 134 carried by arms 133 will be imparted to the wheels 135 and by the latter to the registering wheels 137. As the operated destination device is returned to its normal position, the parts actuating the registering mechanism will also be returned to their normal position by the springs 130 during which movement the pawls 134 will ride idly over the gears 135, the latter and the registering wheels being held in their adjusted positions by plunger-s 145 which engage with recesses formed in flanges 146 of said registering whee s 137. No transfer mechanism is shown between the various elements of the registering mechanism, as any of the well known forms may be used. The registering mechanism is inclosed in a casing 138, (Fig. 5) the said casing being provided with a hinged portion 139 which portion covers the registering wheels and is under lock and key so access may be had to it only by a duly authorized person. The casing 138 is further provided with openings 140 through which the upper ends of the links 123 extend.
It is to be understood that the different groups of destination devices may be so divided as to represent difierent classes of fares, such as single fare, round trip and half fare, in which case the destination devices will be provided with amount determining fingers representing the fares of the various destination devices.
In the description the carrier for the destin-ation devices has been described as being movable relative to the ticket issuing and registering mechanism but it is to be un derstood that by some of the claims it is intended to cover constructions wherein the destination devices are stationary and the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms are movable relative thereto, or wherein the destination devices and the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms are all movable.
In order to operate the machine to issue a ticket to any desired destination the rotatable frame 5 (Figs. 1 and 2) is turned to bring the device 6 for that destination in radial alinement with the operating plunger 22. If necessary, the lever 203 may then be shifted, depending upon the position which the lever already occupies and Whether the destination device to be operated is located in the inner or outer circle of devices. This adjustment of the frame 5 and lever 203 brings the desired destination device under the point 22 of the operating plunger 7 (Fig. 7).
The operator next grasps the handle 29 and turns it clockwise (Fig. 7) thereby causing the cam 28 rigid with the handle to depress the plunger 7 to first engage and then move the selected destination device 6 from the frame 5 far enough to be inked. This operation of the handle 29 also serves through the connections 31, 32, 33 and 34 (Fig. 1) to start the motor 42. As soon as the motor starts it drives the shafts 39 and 79 (Fig. 3) and the eccentric 110 (Fig. 3) on the latter shaft acts through the link 108 to swing the arms 100 carrying the ink roller arms and ink roller 97 to the left (Fig. 3)
so that the ink roller passes over the printing rollers 60 and 62 and along the printing face of the partially depressed destination device 6. The ink roller 97 is then returned to its normal position and after it is out of the way the final movement of the destination device begins. I
The final movement of the destination device is effected by the stud 52 (Fig. 7) on the disk.5l fastened to the end ofthe shaft The shaft 50 is driven by the shaft 4 (see also Fig. 16) during the latter part of the operation only, this delay in the rotation of the two shafts being due to the construction of the mutilated gear 45. As the shaft 50 and disk 51 rotate the stud 52 depresses the plunger 7 and moves the engaged destination device 6 into printing relation with the printing table 90 (Fig. 3) to print the destination, serial number and fare on the, face of the ticket which has by" this time been printed and fed by the rollers 60, 61,, 62 and 63 driven by the shaft 39.
This final movement ofthe destination device 6 also carries the graduated fingers 19 rigid with the device into engagement with the register operating links 123 (Figs. 1 and 5) and depresses the links to extents depending upon the lengths of the fingers. This movement of the links is transmitted through the arms 125, 133 and paWls 134 to the registering operating gears 135. The register operating gears 135 in turn act through pinions 136 to turn the registering wheels 137. As the operation of the machine nears its end the plunger 7 is raised to its original position, thereby permitting the destination device 6 to be returned to its normal position in the frame 5 by the springs 14 (F ig.- 11).v
The consecutive numbering devices 13 in the destination devices are actuated to add one by the pawls 17 (one of which is shown in Fig. 15) pivoted to the guide frames 10 when the destination devices are moved relative to the frames 10.
While the form of mechanism' herein shown and described is admirably ada ted to fulfil the objects primarily stated, 1t is to be understood that it is not intended to confine the invention to the one form of embodiment shown and described herein, as it is susceptible of embodiment in various forms, all coming within the scope of the claims which follow.
What is claimed. is:
1. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a rotatable frame having a plurality of destination stamps movably mounted therein without being detached therefrom, and means for moving the stamps in the frame for the purpose-of stamping the destination represented thereby upon the tickets.
2. In a machine of the class described, the
combination with a plurality of destination stamps, means for selecting any desired stamp, a ticket issuing mechanism, a normally inoperative operating means therefor, and means controlled by the stamp selectingmeans for rendering operative the operating means for the ticket issuing mechamechanism, means for initially operating the stamp inprinting position, and an operating mechanism so controlled by the initial operation of the stamp as to complete the operation of the stamp whereby the destination is recorded upon a ticket issuedby the ticket mechanism.
4. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a manually movable frame and a plurality of destination stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stamps to a cominon printing position, for the stamps, a ticket issuing mechanism, means for initially operating the stamp in printing position, and an operating mechanism so controlled by the initial operation of the stamp as toink the initially operated stamp and to complete the operation of said stamp whereby the destination is recorded upon a ticket issued by the ticket mechanism.
5. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a manually movable frame and a plurality of destinat1on stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stampsto a common printing position, of an inking device for the stamps, a feeding mechanism for a ticket strip, means for severing the strip into tickets, ting the stamp in printing position, and an operating mechanism so controlled by the nitial operation of the stamp asto ink the 1n1t1al1y operated stamp, to feed the ticket strip, to complete the operation of said stamp whereby the destination is recorded upon a portion of the strip and to sever the portion of the strip having the destination recorded thereon.
6. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination stamps, means for selecting any desired stamp, a numbering device carried by each stamp and actuated by the movement of said stamp, a ticket issuing mechanism, a normally inoperative operating means therefor, and means controlled by the stamp selecting means for rendering operative the operating means for the ticket issumeans for initially operaof an inking. device ing mechanism, the said operating means also actuating the selected stamp whereby the destination and the number of tickets issued thereto are recorded upon the issued ticket.
7. In a machine of theclass described, the combination with a movable frame and a plurality of destination stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stamps to a common printing position, a numbering device carried by each stamp, a ticket issuing mechanism, means for initially operatingt e stamp in printing position, and an operating mechanism so controlled by the initial operation of the stamp as to complete the operation of the stamp whereby the destination and the number of tickets issued thereto are recorded upon the issued ticket.
8. In a machine of the class described the combination with a plurality of destination stamps, means for selecting any desired stamp, a ticket issuing mechanism, a motor for operating said mechanism, a circult for the motor, and means controlled by the stamp selecting means for closing the motor circuit whereby the ticket issuing mechanism will be operated by the motor, the latter also actuating the selected stamp for recording the destination upon the ticket.
9. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a movable frame and a plurality of destination stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stamps to a common printing position, a ticket issuing mechanism, a motor and a circuit therefor for operating said mechanism, and means for initially operating the stamp in printing position and for closing the motor circuit whereby said motor will complete the operation of the stamp and actuate the ticket issuing mechanism for the purpose described.
10. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stamps a common printing position, a ticket issuing mechanism, a motor for operating said mechanism, a circuit for the motor, and an eccentric device for initially operating the stamp in printing position and for closing the m0- tor circuit whereby said motorwill complete the operation of the stamp and actuate the ticket issuing mechanism for the purpose described.
11. In a machine of the class described. the combination with a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination stamps carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the stamps to a common printing position, an inking device for the stamps, feeding mechanism fora paper strip, a knife for severing the strip into tickets, a motor and a circuit therefor, and an eccentric device for initially operating the stamp in printing position and for closing the motor circuit whereby said motor will complete the operation of the stamp and actuate the feeding mechanism and the knife for the paper strip.
12. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination stampsand a ticket issuing mechanism so constructed as to have a relative movement whereby the ticket issuing mechanism and any desired stamp may be brought into cooperative relation, of means for initially operating the stamp that is in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, and means controlled by the initially operating means for completing the operation of the stamp.
13. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination stamps and a ticket issuing mechanism so constructed as to have a relative movement whereby the ticket issuing mechanism and any desired stamp may be brought into cooperative relation, of means for initially operating the stamp that is in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, and means controlled by the initially operating means forcompleting the operation of the stamp and also for actuating the ticket issuing mechanism.
14. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a horizontally movable frame having a plurality of destination devices mounted therein, and means for moving the destination devices vertically for the purpose of actuating the registering mechanism.
15. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a plurality of operating devices thereformovable collectively in one direction to bring any desired device in cooperative relation therewith, and means for moving the positioned device in another direction for actuating said registering mechanism.
16. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination devices and a registering mechanism -so constructed as to have a-relative movement whereby the registering mechanism and any desired device may be brought into cooperative relation, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, and means controlled by said manipulative device for com pleting the operation of the partially operated destination device whereby the fare to said destination is entered in the registering mechanism.
17. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination devices and a registering mechanism so constructed as to have a relative movement whereby the registering mechanism and any desired device may bebrought into cooperative relation, graduated fingers carried by said devices, a manipulative devace for partially operating the destination device thatis in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completlng the operation of the partially operated destination device and, through the graduated fingers carried thereby actuating the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare to the destination represented by the device operated. I
18. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination devices and a registering mechanism so constructed as to have a relative movement whereby the registering mechanism andany desired device may be brought into cooperative relation, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, an electric motor and a circuit therefor, and means controlled by the manipulative device for closing the circuit whereby the motor will complete the operation of the partiallyoperated destination device and thereby actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare to the destination represented by the device operated.
19. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a movable frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the
, frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the devices to a common registering position, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in registering position, and means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated destination device for the purpose of registering the fare to the destination represented by the device operated.
20. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a. movable frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any one of the devices to a common registering position, graduated fingers carried by each destination device, a manipulative device for partially operatingthe destination device in registering position, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated destination device and. through the graduated fingers carried thereby actuating the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare represented by the device operated. I
one of the 21. In a machine of the class described,
the combination with a registering mechanism, of 'a movable frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the frame being so constructed as to bring any devices to a common registering position, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in registering positlon, a motor and a circuit therefor, and means controlled by said manipulative device for closing the circuit whereby the motor will complete the operation of the partially operated destination device and thereby actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare to the desgination represented by the device operate 22. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a pluralit of destination devices carried thereby, the frame being rotatable to bring any one of the devices to a common registering position, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in registering osition, a motor and a circuit therefor, a s aft connected to the moter, means carried b the shaft for completing the operation 0 the partially operated destination device for the purpose of registering the fare to said destination, and means controlled by the manipulative device for closing the motor circuit.
23. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the frame being rotatable to bring any one of the devices to a common registering position, a plunger for operating the destination device in registering position, a manipulative device for partially operating the plunger, and means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the fare corresponding to the destination device in registering position will be entered upon the registering mechanism.
24. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a plurality of destination devices and a registering mechanism so constructed as to have a relative movement whereby the registering mechanism and any desired device may 'be brought into cooperative relation, a plunger. for operating the destination device that isin cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, a manipulative device for partiall operating. the plunger, and means contro led by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the'fare corresponding to the destination device operated by the registering mechanism.
25. In a machine of the class described,
the plunger will be entered in the combination with a plurality of destination devices and a registerin mechanism so constructed as to have a re ative movement whereby the registering mechanism and any desired device may be brought into coiiperative relation, graduated fingers carried by each destination devlce, a plunger for operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, a manipulative devlce for partially operating the plunger, and'means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the graduated fingers carried by the dostinatlon device operated by the plunger Wlll actuate the reglstering mechanism an e);- tent correspondin to the fare to the dest1- nation represente by the device operated.
26. In a machine of the class described, having a plurality of destination devices, a registering mechanism and a ticket lssumg mechanism, the combination with means for establishing coiiperative relation between the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms and any desired destination device, of a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated destination device whereby a ticket will stamped and the fare for said ticket reglstered.
27. In a machine of the class described, having a plurality of destination devices, a registering mechanism and a ticket issuing mechanism, the combination w1th means for establishing cooperative relation between the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms and any desired destination device, a plunger for operating the destination devlce in cooperative relation with the registerin and ticket issuing mechanisms, a manipu atlve device for partially operating. the plunger, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the destination device Wlll stamp a ticket issued by the ticket mechanism and register the fare therefor upon the registering mechanism.
28. In a machine of the class described having a plurality of destination devices, a registering mechanism and a' ticket issuing mechanism, the combination w1th means for establishing cooperative relation between the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms and any desired destination device,
amount determining fingers carried by each device, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanism, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated destination device whereby said device will stamp a ticket issued by the ticket mechanism and the amount determining fingers carried thereby will actuate the registering mechanism,
29. In a machine of the class described having a plurality of destination devices, a registering mechanism and a ticket issuing mechanism, the combination with means for establishing cooperative relation between the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms and any desired destination device, a numbering mechanism carried by each destination device, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in 00- operative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated destination device whereby said device will stamp the destination upon the ticket and the number of tickets issued thereto and also actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare to the destination stamped upon the ticket.
30. In a 'machine of the class described having a plurality of destination devices, a registering mechanism and a ticket issuing mechanism, the combination with means for establishing cooperative relation between the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms and any desired destination device, a numbering mechanism carried by each destination device, an inking mechanism common to the destination devices, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and printing mechanisms, and means controlled by said manipulative device. for operating the inking mechanism and thereafter completing the movement of the partially operated destination device whereby said device will stamp the destination upon the ticket and the number of tickets issued thereto and also actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the' fare to the destination stamped upon the ticket. 31 Ina machine of the class described, the combination with ticket issuin and registering mechanisms, of a rotata le frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the said frame b'eing rotatable to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, of amanipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms, and means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially .operated destination device whereby a ticket will be stamped and the fare for said ticket registered.
32. In a machine of the class described,
the combination with ticket issuinand registering mechanisms, of a rotata le frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the said frame being rotatable to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, of a plunger for operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms, a manipulative device for partially operating the plunger, and means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the destination device will stamp a ticket issued by the ticket mechanism and register the fare therefor upon the registering mechanism.
33. In a machine of the class described, the combination with ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices carried thereby, the said frame being rotatable to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, of a plunger for operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering and ticket issuing mechanisms, an electric motor and connections for driving said plunger, a' normally open circuit for said motor, a manipulative device, and means controlled there'by for closing the motor circuit whereby said motor and connections will drive said plunger to cause the destination device in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms to stamp a ticket and register the fare therefor.
34. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and frame mounted thereon so as to bring any desireddestination device of any group into cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, and means controlled by said manipulative device for completing the operation of the partially operated device whereby the fare corresponding to the operated destination device will be registered upon the registering mechanism.
35. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups,.an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and frame mounted thereon so as to brin any desired destination device of any, group into cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, a manipulative device, and
mechanism, r1ed by each destination devlce, a manipu-- lilmeans controlled thereby for operating thethe combination with a registering mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and frame supported thereon so as to bring any desired destination device of any group into cooperative relation with the registering amount determining fingers car lative device, and means controlled thereby for operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism whereby the amount determin ing fingers carried by the operated device will actuate the registering mechanism an extent corresponding to the fare represented by operated destination device.
37. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a registering-mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and frame supported thereon so as to bring any desired destination device of any group into cooperative relation with the registering mechanism, an electric motor and connec tions for operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the registering mechanism and thereby actuate said registering mechanism, a normally open circuit for said motor, and a manipulative device for closing the circuit.
38. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a ticket issuing mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and desired destination device of any group into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, a manipulative device, and means controlled thereby for operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism whereby the destination will be stamped upon the ticket. I
39. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a ticket issuing mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, an axis around which the frame is rotated, means for shifting the axis and frame so as to bring any desired destination device of any-group into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, a
numbering mechanism carried by each destination device, amani means controlled there destination device that is in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism whereby the destination and the number of tickets issued thereto will be stamped upon the ticket.
, 40. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a ticket issuing mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, means for rotating and shifting the frame so as to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, an inking mecha nism common to the destination devices, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, and means controlled by the manipulative device for actuating the inking mechanism to ink the partially operated destination device and then completing the operation of said device whereby the destination will be stamped upon the ticket.
41. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a ticket issuing mechanism, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, means for rotating and shifting the frame so as to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, a plunger for operating the destination device in coiiperative relation with the ticket issuing mechanism, a manipulative device for partially operating the plunger, and means controlled by the manipulative device for actuating the ticket issuing mechanism and for completing the operation of the plunger whereby the destination will be stamped upon the ticket issued by the ticket mechanism.
42. In a machine of the class described, the combination with ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, of a rotatable frame and a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, means for rotating and shifting the frame so as to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issulng and registering mechanisms, a manipulatlve device, and means controlled thereby for operating the destination device that is in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms whereby a ticket will be issued with the destination stamped thereon and the fare to the destination of the operated device will be registered in the registering mechanism.
43. In a machine of the class described, the combination with ticket issuing and registerin mechanisms, of a rotatable frame an a plurality of destination devices mounted thereon in groups, means for ulative device, and
y for operating the' rotating and shifting the frame so as to bring any desired destination device into cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, a manipulative device for partially operating the destination device in cooperative relation with the ticket issuing and registering mechanisms, and means controlled by the manipulative device for completing the o eration of the partially operated device w ereby a ticket will be issued with the destination stamped thereon and the fare to the destination represented by the operated'device will be registered in the registering mechanism.
44. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a register, of a movable frame, a plurality of sets of re 'ster actuating elements mounted in said ame and constructed to represent different amounts, any desired set of elements being brought into position to 006 rate with the register by movement of t e frame, and means for effecting relative movement between the cooperating actuating elements and the register to actuate the register.
i5. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a register, ofa printing platen, a movable frame, devices mounted in said frame each comprising type to print an amount and register actuating elements constructed to represent said amount, any desired device being brought into position to cooperate with the platen and register by movement of the frame, and means for effecting relative movement between the devices and the register and platen to print and register the amount.
46. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a movable frame, of a plurality of destination devices movably mounted in the frame, a platen opposite which any desired destination device may be positioned by movement of the frame, a manipulative device operable to move the positioned destination device a part of the way toward the platen, a motor and connections whereby the motor is started by operation of the manipulative device, and means driven by the motor for completing movement of the destination device to cooperate with the platen.
47. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a movable frame, of a plurality of destination devices movably mounted in the frame, which any desired destination device may be positioned by movement of the frame, a mani ulative device operable to move the posit1oned destination device a part of the way toward the platen, motor driven means for first inking the partially moved destination device and then completing the movement of the device toward the platen, and connections controlled by the manipulative device for starting the motor.
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