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US712645A
US712645A US10508502A US1902105085A US712645A US 712645 A US712645 A US 712645A US 10508502 A US10508502 A US 10508502A US 1902105085 A US1902105085 A US 1902105085A US 712645 A US712645 A US 712645A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • 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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  • MICHAEL BRADY OF SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • the invention relates to improvements in bottles.
  • the object of the presentinvention is to improve the Construction of bottles and to provide a simple, ineXpensive, and efficient one in which the stopper cannot be removed after i it has been placed in position and which is adapted to be readily arranged to permit its contents to be freely decanted or for confining the same.
  • the invention consists in the Construction and novel conbination and arrangement of parte hereinafter fully described, illnstrated in the accompanying drawings, and pointe'd out in the clains hereto appended.
  • Fignre l is a vertical sectional View of a portion of a bottle constructed in accord ance with this invention, the slidable stopper being shown in elevation.
  • Fig. 2 is a similar view taken at right angles to Fig. 2, the stopper being partly in section.
  • Fig. 3 is a detail view of the stopper.
  • Fig. 4 is a detail View of the resilient catch.
  • the elastic ring or sleeve is adapted tending from the transverse bore to the inner end of the body of the stopper, as clearly shown in Fig. 2, and these bores form a passage for the contents ofthe bottle.
  • the stop- .per is provided at its upper or outer end with a head 7, and it may be constructed of any suitable material, and its outward movement is limited by acatch 8, constructed of resilient material and consisting of an approxinately U -shaped body portion and inwardly-extending arms 9, which are arranged in atransverse opening lO.
  • the transverse opening 10 is arranged at right angles ⁇ to the discharge-passage 5, and it is located near ⁇ the lower end of the body portion of the stopper, which is reduced to provide an annular recess.
  • the lower reduced portion 11 of the stopper is rounded,'and the space or recess formed by reducing the stopper permits the catch to be forced inward within the area of the uppe' portion of the body of the stopper to facilitate the introduction of the latter into the bottle.
  • the resilient catch is compressed within the lower recess, and as soon as the catch is carried below the lower end of the sleeve or ring it will automatically spring outward and prevent the withdrawal of the stopper.
  • the catch When the head of the stopper is in engagement with the neck of the bottle, the catch is located below the elastic sleeve or ring and adequate longitudinal movement is permitted to carry the transverse passage 5 outward beyond the sleeveor ring to permit the contents of the bottle to befreely decanted.
  • the liquid contained within the bottle will flow out through one of the lon gitndinal bores or passages 6 and air will enter through the other lon gitudinal bore or passage.
  • the bottle is corked by simply forcing the stopper inward to earry the transverse discharge-passage below the upper end of the ring or sleeve to cover the said discharge-passage.
  • the stopper When the stopper is drawn outward to the position illustrated in dotted lines in Fig. l of the drawings, the discharge-opening is located beyond the sleeve or ring, but is arranged in the neck.
  • the stopper is seonrely fastened within the neck of the bottle and that it has a limited sliding movement to cover and uncover the passages to permit the contents of the bottle to be decanted and to confine the same in the bottle. It will also be apparent that the elastic sleeve or ring may be readily introduced into the neck before the stopper is applied and that after the stopper is placed in position the parts cannot be removed.
  • Wha't I claim is- 1.

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I Patente'd Nov. 4, l9fl`2. I M. BRADY.
BOTTLE.
(Application filedApx'. 28, 1902.)
fino. 72,645.
(Ilo Model.)
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
MICHAEL BRADY, OF SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA.
BOTTLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. ?12,645, 'dated November 4, 1902.
` 4 Application filed April 23, 1902. Serial No. o5,os'5. (No moden 'To all whom itmay concern- Be it. known that I, MICHAEL BRADY, acitizen of the United States,residing at South Bethlehem ,in the county of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a new anduseful Bottle, of which the following is a specification.
The invention relates to improvements in bottles.
The object of the presentinvention is to improve the Construction of bottles and to provide a simple, ineXpensive, and efficient one in which the stopper cannot be removed after i it has been placed in position and which is adapted to be readily arranged to permit its contents to be freely decanted or for confining the same.
The invention consists in the Construction and novel conbination and arrangement of parte hereinafter fully described, illnstrated in the accompanying drawings, and pointe'd out in the clains hereto appended.
In the drawings, Fignre l is a vertical sectional View of a portion of a bottle constructed in accord ance with this invention, the slidable stopper being shown in elevation. Fig. 2 is a similar view taken at right angles to Fig. 2, the stopper being partly in section. Fig. 3 is a detail view of the stopper. Fig. 4: is a detail View of the resilient catch.
Like numerals of reference designate corresponding parts in all the figures of the drawper 4. The elastic ring or sleeve is adapted tending from the transverse bore to the inner end of the body of the stopper, as clearly shown in Fig. 2, and these bores form a passage for the contents ofthe bottle. The stop- .per is provided at its upper or outer end with a head 7, and it may be constructed of any suitable material, and its outward movement is limited by acatch 8, constructed of resilient material and consisting of an approxinately U -shaped body portion and inwardly-extending arms 9, which are arranged in atransverse opening lO. The transverse opening 10 is arranged at right angles `to the discharge-passage 5, and it is located near` the lower end of the body portion of the stopper, which is reduced to provide an annular recess. The lower reduced portion 11 of the stopper is rounded,'and the space or recess formed by reducing the stopper permits the catch to be forced inward within the area of the uppe' portion of the body of the stopper to facilitate the introduction of the latter into the bottle. When the stopper is introduced into the neck of the bottle, the resilient catch is compressed within the lower recess, and as soon as the catch is carried below the lower end of the sleeve or ring it will automatically spring outward and prevent the withdrawal of the stopper. When the head of the stopper is in engagement with the neck of the bottle, the catch is located below the elastic sleeve or ring and suficient longitudinal movement is permitted to carry the transverse passage 5 outward beyond the sleeveor ring to permit the contents of the bottle to befreely decanted. The liquid contained within the bottle will flow out through one of the lon gitndinal bores or passages 6 and air will enter through the other lon gitudinal bore or passage. The bottle is corked by simply forcing the stopper inward to earry the transverse discharge-passage below the upper end of the ring or sleeve to cover the said discharge-passage. When the stopper is drawn outward to the position illustrated in dotted lines in Fig. l of the drawings, the discharge-opening is located beyond the sleeve or ring, but is arranged in the neck.
It will be seen thatthe stopper is seonrely fastened within the neck of the bottle and that it has a limited sliding movement to cover and uncover the passages to permit the contents of the bottle to be decanted and to confine the same in the bottle. It will also be apparent that the elastic sleeve or ring may be readily introduced into the neck before the stopper is applied and that after the stopper is placed in position the parts cannot be removed.
Wha't I claim is- 1. The combination of a neck provided near its outer end with an interier shoulder, an elastic sleeve arranged within the neck and having its outer end fitted against the shoulder, a stopper slidably arranged within the sleeve and provided with a passage extending through the stopper from the inner end of the same and terminating short of the outer end thereofand adapted When the stopper is d raWn outward to be oarried outward beyond the sleeve to uncover it, and a looking device mounted on the inner portion of the stopper and engaging the inner end of the sleeve to limit the outward movement of the stopper, substantially as described.
2. The combination of a neck provided at its mouth With a beveled flange forming an interior shoulder, an elastic sleeve arranged within the neck and engaging the shoulder, a stopper provided with a passage arranged to be covered and uncovered by the movement of the stopper, and a resilient looking device mounted on the stopper and arranged to engage the sleeve or ring, substantially as described.
3. The combination of a neck provided with an interior shoulder-,an elasticsleeve arranged within the neck and engaging the shoulder, a stopper having a reduced portion and pro-. vided with an opening and having a passage arranged to be covered and uncovered by the movement of the stopper,and a resilient catch arranged on the reduced portion of the stopper and having inwardly-extending arms fitting in the said opening, said catch being arranged to engage the sleeve or ring and being adapted to be compressed into the recess or space formed by reducing the stopper to permit the latter to be placed in position, substantially as described.
4. The combination of a neck, a slidable' stopper mounted in the neck and provided nearits outer end with a transverse dischargebore and having longitudinal bores communicating with the same, said transverse discharge-bore being adapted to be covered and uncovered by the movement of the stopper, and means for securing the stopper in the neck, suhstantially as described.
5. The comhination of a neok, and a slidable stopper provided With a transverse discharge-bore, and having longitudinal bores extending from the discharge-bore to the inner end of the stopper, said discharge-bore being carried inward and outward by the movementof the stopper to cover and uncover it, substantially as described.
6. The combination of a neck, an elastic sleeve interlocked With the neck, a slidable stopper having a transverse bore near its outer end and provided With longitudinal bores, said tranverse bore being carried outward beyond the sleeve by the sliding move ment of the stopper, and means carried by the stopper for engaging the sleeve, substantially as described.
In testimony that I claim the foregoing as my own I have hereto affixed my signature in the presence of two witnesses.
MICHAEL BRADY.
Witnesses:
A. L. COPE, S. H. SNYDER.
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