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US527494A
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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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  • Figure l is a perspective view of the top and neck of a bottle illustrating the invention.
  • Fig. 2 is a Vertical ceni tral section of Fig. 1.
  • the neck of the bottle is of any of the usual i oripreferr'ed forms, and inside of it is a glass ball 01' valve A. It is blown or molded in the neck in a well known manner.
  • B represents a metal spring of substantially staple'form having two legs and a shaped crown.
  • the bottle at the bot-tom of its neck or ohoke i l is formed with an annular internal rim or collar D, which forms a seat for the ball or valve,
  • a supplemental stopper or cork may be used at the top of the neck as usual.
  • the internal projections keep the ball from falling out when the bottle is inverted to pour out its contents, or for any other purpose.
  • the ball will fall from its seat toward the top of the neck and the contents may be freely discharged when it is desired to do so.
  • the ball drops back to its seat and acting as a valve closes the lower end of the neck or choke, and prevents any otherliquid from being put into the loottle.
  • a bottle having a ball or Valve loosely but permanently contained in the neck thereof, an internal rim or seat for said ball at the lower end of the neck, and a staple shaped spring having the legs thereof inserted in said seat, and the ball resting loosely upon its top or ⁇ crown, substantially as set forth.
  • a bottle having a ball or valve loosely but permanently contained in the neck thereof, internal projections in the upper part of the neck, aninternal rim or seat at the lower end of the neck, a staple shaped spring having the legs thereof inserted in said seat, and the ball resting loosely upon its top or crown, substantially as set forth.

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S. HOWES. BOTTLE.
10.527.494. Patenzed o@t. 16, 1894.
UNrTI-:D` STTES PATENT FFICE.
STEPHEN HOWES, OF JACKSON, TENNESSEE.
BOTTLE.
SPECIFIGATION forming part of Letters PatentNo. 527,494, dated October 16, 1894.
Application filed August 13, 1894. Serial No. 520,231. (Na model.) i
o` aZZ whom it may concern:
` Be it known that I,l STEPHEN HOWES, a citizen of the United States, residing at Jackson,
` in the county of Madison and State of Tennesthat it can be used for containing valuable liquids or compounds of any kind or character, and so that the user will be protected against any person or persons refilling the bottle with inferior or indifferent liqnids.
` Referring to the drawings forming part of this specification: Figure lis a perspective view of the top and neck of a bottle illustrating the invention. Fig. 2 is a Vertical ceni tral section of Fig. 1.
Like letters of reference indicate corresponding parts in both of the Views.
The neck of the bottle is of any of the usual i oripreferr'ed forms, and inside of it is a glass ball 01' valve A. It is blown or molded in the neck in a well known manner.
ball is pushed to its seat after the bottle is When this filled, it acts as a check valve, allowing the contents of the bottle to be poured out or discharged freely, but preventing any refilling of the same.
B represents a metal spring of substantially staple'form having two legs and a shaped crown.
The bottle at the bot-tom of its neck or ohoke i l is formed with an annular internal rim or collar D, which forms a seat for the ball or valve,
and which is preferably molded or formed as a part of the bottle. In the neck above the ball or valve,`are internal projections or indentations O, which hold the ball and prevent it from falling out when the bottle is inverted. The free resilient ends or legs of the spring are inserted in the aperture formed by the rim or collar D, underneath the ball, which latter rests on the crown or top thereof, before the bottle is filled,.
After' the bottleis filled and the manufacturer or bottler desires to close the same, he pushes the ball A down to its seat, forcing the spring B through the opening of the rim or collar, into the body of the bottle, and the bottle is thus sealed or closed.
A supplemental stopper or cork may be used at the top of the neck as usual.
It will be seen that the internal projections keep the ball from falling out when the bottle is inverted to pour out its contents, or for any other purpose. The ball will fall from its seat toward the top of the neck and the contents may be freely discharged when it is desired to do so. When the bottle is again set upright, or in its normal position, the ball drops back to its seat and acting as a valve closes the lower end of the neck or choke, and prevents any otherliquid from being put into the loottle.` t t The invention is cheaply and easily constructed, and simple in its operation, and is a sure protection against fraud, or imitations of Valuable liquids or compounds.
Having thus fully described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-- 1. A bottle having a ball or Valve loosely but permanently contained in the neck thereof, an internal rim or seat for said ball at the lower end of the neck, and a staple shaped spring having the legs thereof inserted in said seat, and the ball resting loosely upon its top or`crown, substantially as set forth.
2. A bottle having a ball or valve loosely but permanently contained in the neck thereof, internal projections in the upper part of the neck, aninternal rim or seat at the lower end of the neck, a staple shaped spring having the legs thereof inserted in said seat, and the ball resting loosely upon its top or crown, substantially as set forth.
In testimony whereof I afiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
STEPHEN i HOWES.
Witnesses:
HENRY P. DAVIS, S11). CARE.
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