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    • 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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(No Model.) A l A ,Y P. JACOBS, H. WEINMANN 8u R.' MARQUIS. SEALED CONTAINER-POR PLUIDS FOR PREVBNTING REFILLING 0F SAME"- No. 584,874. Patented Jun 22, 189V anni Wwf
llrrnn l tirarse FRANK JACOBS, HENRY WEINMANN, AND RACHEL MARQUIS, OF
'PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA.
.SEALED CONTAINER FOR FLUIDS FOR PREVENTING REFlLLiNG 0F SAME.
SPEIFICTEON forming part of Letters Patint N0. 584,874, dated. June 22, 1897. Q
. Application filed September 28, 1 896. Serial No. 607,240. (No model.)
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known th at we, FRANK JACOBS, HENRY .VEINMANN, and RACHEL'MARQUIS, citizens of the United States, residing at Philadelphia, in the county of Philadelphia and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain newand useful Improvements in Sealed Containers for Fluids to Prevent Refillingame; and we do hereby declare the following to he a full, clear, and exact description ot' the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains -to-lnake and usethe same.
This invention consists in the construction and the arrangement of parts to form a sealed package or bottle for holding a iinid, which cannot be refilled, so that tainperingwith the contents will be readily shown or detected, for use for medicines and other purposes, and for the benefit of manufacturers, dealers, and users by assuring the gen uineness of the contents, substantially as set forth hereinafter, and as illustrated in theaccompanyingdrawings, in which- Figure l is a vertical section of ooitle and stopper. Fig. 2 is a like section reversed immersed in a luid. Fig. 3 is a like section, as in Fig. l, of neck andstopper, but taken at right angles to Fig. l. Fig. -l is a detail View showing the diaphragm. Fig. 5 isa detail showing the valve guard or hood.
In this invention a bottle is made with a spout or lipped top D and an enlarged neck C, drawn in at its junction l5, with the body A, as illustrated. flu the neck is cemented or otherwise secured atthe junction B a dia` phragxn E, 'with a perforation F in its center. On the diaphragm E is located a hoodlike cage or guard (l, with its closed end up ward and a cavity below over the perforation F, and withone or more pcrforations ll in its side, near the base, opening into the swell oi the neck. This guard G is fitted to theneck above and below, so as to beheld ilninovably in place, but with a passage-way around or at its side, from which an outlet provided at the;top by a notchway l at one side. The guard (i has a bent spring K, with its ends projecting from the sides of the guard and adapted to project into the walloifrthebottle-4 neck in such a way :xs to holil it locked sceurely in the bottle.
` Within the hood or guard il. are two balls,
one, M, of cork or :i light substance suited io form a valve to close the perforation F, and one, N, of glass or heavy substance suited to act as a weight to hold down the valve M. These parts are arranged so that when the bottle has been once filled through the perforation F the guardlG, previously fitted to the bottleand with its two balls and spring in place can be pushed into the neck of the bottle by bending the spring Within the guard so its ends will slip down the neck until they reach notches or an enlargement in the neck, where the bent spring vcan expand and project its ends and thus securely lock the hood in the bottle so it cannot be removed. It also holds the lower end of the guard securely against the diaphragm. This arrangement is such that the fluid can be freely poured out by turning down the neck, as in ordinary bottles, so the balls will drop away from the diaphragm and open the perforation F, so the 'uid can pass threngh'the hole-H andthe notch K and escape; and it is such that if afin while the bottle is held upright it would be checked, as in Figs. l and 3, While the weight N would hold the valve M down and so that if reversed in a ilnid,'as in Fig. 2, the
-ter being discharged new iiuid were poured neck below the enlargement, a hood resting on the valve-seat but separate therefrom, and secured in the bottle-neck by means of a spring having arms pressing through the sides of the hood, and thrust under the annular shoulder at the top of the enlarged portion of the neck, a float-valve fitting said seat and "a controlling-weight vn'thinthe hood, said,
hood having outlet parts near thebottom and agroove along the upper edge out of line with the outlet parts, substantially as described. In tcstimon y whereof we have aixed our signatures in presence of two witnesses.
FRANK JACOBS. HENRY WEINMANN. RACHEL MARQUIS. Witnesses:
WM. A. Sunrocx, WM. K. Snnvoek.
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