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US744556A
US744556A US16432603A US1903164326A US744556A US 744556 A US744556 A US 744556A US 16432603 A US16432603 A US 16432603A US 1903164326 A US1903164326 A US 1903164326A US 744556 A US744556 A US 744556A
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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 1 is a vertical section through the neck of the bottle and a portion of the body and likewise a vertical section throughthe stopper in the bottle, showing the valve in side elevation and likewise the cork, the latter being only partially introduced into the stopper.
  • Fig. 2 is asection similar to Fig. 1, the bottle being shown inclined-and the cork removed to permit of the contents of the bottle being poured out; and
  • Fig. 3 is a plan view of the neck of the bottle and adjacent portion of the body. 1
  • A represents the body of a bottle, which may be of any desired shape, andB the neck thereof, which is an integral portion of the body.
  • the neck Bis provided with an enlargement 10 between its central portion and the point where it connects with the body, and within the-enlarged section 10 of the neck a chamber 11 is formed, practically heart-shaped, being contracted at its lower end.
  • an opening 12 is produced in direct communication with the. body of the bottle; butthis opening 12 is normally closed by a ball 13, which is seated at the bottom portion of theich'amber 11, extending partially through the said opening 12, as is shown in Fig. 1.
  • the stopper 0 In the upper straight portion of the neck B when the stopper is constructed of glass it may be ground so as to make a perfect fit in the neck, or it may be cemented or cemented and ground.
  • the stopper 0 is provided with a central bore or channel 14, which is in communication with the outside atmosphere at the top of the stopper and in communication with the central portion of the chamber 11 at the top of the latter.
  • the ball 13 is placed in position in the chamber 11, and then the stopper 0 is fixed in place. Finally the upper portion of the bore of the stopper 0 is closed by a cork 15 and the top of the neck of the bottle may then be sealed with wax, or the usual capsule may be placed over the upper portion of the bottle, if desired. As long as the bottle remains upright, or practically so, the ball 13 will be seated at the bottom of the chamber 1]., closing communication between said chamber andthe body of the bottle; but when the cork 15 is withdrawn and the bottle is turned up, as is shown in Fig.
  • the ball 13 will roll along the wall of the chamber 11 to a point in engagement with the bottom of the stop-v per G, which bottom portion is more or less concaved, as is shown at 16 in Figs. 1 and 2. As'ithe ball 13 takes the position in the chamber 11 shown in Fig. 2 the liquid will flow freely from the body of the bottle out through .the passage 14 in the stopper 0.
  • a body having an enlarged interior recess at its lower portion forming a chamber, a ball-valve within said chamber, a stopper secured in the neck of the bottle above said chamber and provided with a central opening extending from top to bottom, and means for temporarily closing the upper portion of said passage
  • said internal chamber having an opening leading into the body of the bottle and adapted to receive and seat a portion of the circumference of the ball when the bottle is in an up-- right position
  • said stopper being provided on its lower end with an annular recess eX- tending from the central opening in the stopper to the outer periphery thereof and there merging into the walls of the recess in the bottle-neck, said annular recess being of a curvature to be fitted by the circumference of the ball to form a seat for said ball when the neck of the bottle is tilted downwardly.

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PATENTED NOV. 17, 1903.
M. M. KEARNEY.
NON-REPILLABLE BOTTLE.
APPLICATION FILED JUIIY a, 1903.
1 10 MODEL.
I N VENT 01? Jficizael JL/Zarney A 770mm rs Patented November 1'7, 1903.
PATENT OFFICE.
MICHAEL MOYLES KEARNEY, OF SORANTON, PENNSYLVANIA.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 744,556, dated November '17, 1903.
Application filed July 6,1903. SerialNo.164,826. (N model.)
To all whom, it may concern:
Be it known that LMICHAEL MOYLES KEAR- NEY, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Scranton,in the county of Lackawanna and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a and valve that the bottle may be presented complete at a minimum of cost and whereby the bottle in its entirety will be exceedingly simple and readily understandable by any person of ordinary intelligence.
The invention consists in the novel construction and combination of the several parts, as will be hereinafterfully set'forth, and pointed out in the claims.
Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawings, forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in all the figures.
Figure 1 is a vertical section through the neck of the bottle and a portion of the body and likewise a vertical section throughthe stopper in the bottle, showing the valve in side elevation and likewise the cork, the latter being only partially introduced into the stopper. Fig. 2 is asection similar to Fig. 1, the bottle being shown inclined-and the cork removed to permit of the contents of the bottle being poured out; and Fig. 3 is a plan view of the neck of the bottle and adjacent portion of the body. 1
A represents the body of a bottle, which may be of any desired shape, andB the neck thereof, which is an integral portion of the body. The neck Bis provided with an enlargement 10 between its central portion and the point where it connects with the body, and within the-enlarged section 10 of the neck a chamber 11 is formed, practically heart-shaped, being contracted at its lower end. At the lower end portion of the chamber an opening 12 is produced in direct communication with the. body of the bottle; butthis opening 12 is normally closed by a ball 13, which is seated at the bottom portion of theich'amber 11, extending partially through the said opening 12, as is shown in Fig. 1.
In the upper straight portion of the neck B when the stopper is constructed of glass it may be ground so as to make a perfect fit in the neck, or it may be cemented or cemented and ground. The stopper 0 is provided with a central bore or channel 14, which is in communication with the outside atmosphere at the top of the stopper and in communication with the central portion of the chamber 11 at the top of the latter.
After the bottle has been filled with liquid the ball 13 is placed in position in the chamber 11, and then the stopper 0 is fixed in place. Finally the upper portion of the bore of the stopper 0 is closed by a cork 15 and the top of the neck of the bottle may then be sealed with wax, or the usual capsule may be placed over the upper portion of the bottle, if desired. As long as the bottle remains upright, or practically so, the ball 13 will be seated at the bottom of the chamber 1]., closing communication between said chamber andthe body of the bottle; but when the cork 15 is withdrawn and the bottle is turned up, as is shown in Fig. 2, the ball 13 will roll along the wall of the chamber 11 to a point in engagement with the bottom of the stop-v per G, which bottom portion is more or less concaved, as is shown at 16 in Figs. 1 and 2. As'ithe ball 13 takes the position in the chamber 11 shown in Fig. 2 the liquid will flow freely from the body of the bottle out through .the passage 14 in the stopper 0.
14 is really so small that but little liquid could be introduced into the bottle even under pressure.
Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent 1. In non-refillable bottles, a body, a neck interiorly enlarged at its lower end to form a chamber, said chamber at its lower end being contracted and opening into the body of the bottle, a ball-valve within said chamber normally closing communication between the same and the body of the bottle, a stopper secured in the neck of the bottle above the chamber, the lower end of the stopper forming the top wall of said chamber, said stopper having an opening extending from top to bottom and being annularly concaved on its lower end around said opening said concavity uniting with the walls of the chamber to give the same a heart-shaped configuration, and a closure for temporarily closing the upper portion of said passage in the stopper.
2. In non-refillable bottles, a body, a neck having an enlarged interior recess at its lower portion forming a chamber, a ball-valve within said chamber, a stopper secured in the neck of the bottle above said chamber and provided with a central opening extending from top to bottom, and means for temporarily closing the upper portion of said passage, said internal chamber having an opening leading into the body of the bottle and adapted to receive and seat a portion of the circumference of the ball when the bottle is in an up-- right position, said stopper being provided on its lower end with an annular recess eX- tending from the central opening in the stopper to the outer periphery thereof and there merging into the walls of the recess in the bottle-neck, said annular recess being of a curvature to be fitted by the circumference of the ball to form a seat for said ball when the neck of the bottle is tilted downwardly.
In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing Witnesses.
MICHAEL MOYLES KEARNEY.
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M. J. MCANDREW, DAVID LANDAU.
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