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Publication numberUS1272915 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 16, 1918
Filing dateMar 24, 1913
Priority dateMar 24, 1913
Publication numberUS 1272915 A, US 1272915A, US-A-1272915, US1272915 A, US1272915A
InventorsGeorge E Cleaver
Original AssigneePenn Hardware Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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G. E. CLEAVER.

' LOCK. 5.. APPLICATION FILED MAR. 24. m3. Patented July 16, 1918;

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HHHHHIHIH I GEORGE E. CLEAVER, 0F READING, PENNsYLvANIA, ASSIGNOR To PENNHAEDWAEE COMPANY, A CORPORATION OE PENNSYLVANIA.

LOCK.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known thatl, GEORGE E. CLEAVER, citizen of the Unitcd-States,=and resident of Reading, county of Berks, and State of Pennsylvania,- h-ave invented an Improve ment in Locks, of which the following is a specification.

My invention has particular reference to that class of locks in which a'single key is employed to operate both the latch bolt and the dead bolt; and consists of many features of construction and combinations of parts adapted for giving tothe lock capacity for more effective operation, all. of which are fully set out hereinafter and more particularlv define: in the claims. I

My improvements will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings,

which illustrate my invention in. its pre-.

ferred form, as a reversible mortise lock, of CYlll'KlQT'bYPG and antifriction form.

Referring to the drawings: Figure 1 1s a front end view of my improved lock applied to a doorand showing the handles, key and turn knob; Fig. 2 isa side elevation of the lock proper .withsideplate and key cylinder removed and the front plate in section; Fig. 8 is a transverse section of my'impr'oved lock on line 00-00 of'Fig. 2; Fig. 4: is a transverse section of the same on line 2 y of Fig. 2; Fig. 5 is a transverse section of the same on line 22 of'Fig. 2; Fig. 6 isa plan view of the turn knob cylinder removed and with the cap plate removed to show the interior construction; Fig. 7 is a cross sectionofthe same on line s--s of Fig. 6; Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the dead bolt and cylinder engaging lever; and Fig. 9 is a cross section of a portion of the case and an elevation of the cylinder engaging lever.

2 is the box portion of the case and is secured to the front plate 3, through which the bolts are shot. Thev open side of the case 2 isclosed by a removable side plate a (Figs. 3, l and 5). 5 is the dead bolt and is provided at its rear end with the slot .7 and the talons 9 and 10 with a tumbler space between them, and a notch 19 in front of the forward talon. The slotted portion 7 fits over a guide lug 8 extending from the case 2 and acts to guide the rear end of the dead bolt. 11 is a tumbler, hinged at 12 -tion (Fig.2)

the notch 17 (Fig. 8), will cause the bolt to Specification of Letters Patent. Patented J uly 16, 1918. Application filed. March 24, 1913. Serial No. 756,366.

Arranged under the dead bolt and pivoted to the case 2 at 15, is the-roll-back engaging lever 14, the construction of which is best shown in Fig. 8, constituting a lever having the arm 16, the notch 17 and the finger 17.

As shown in Fig. 8, the side of the dead bolt 5 is provided with a lug 18, which at times operates to'holdthe lever 1% against oscillaand at other times, when in be shifted by action of the lever ltwhen actuated by the cylinder mechanism.

lii is the key cylinder and may be of any suitable construction; it is screwed into the side plate 1 and provided at its. inner end with the operating cam 47 which is arranged to coact with'the talons 9 and 10 of the dead bolt, thetumbler 11, and the roll-back engaging lever 14 above referred to. Ar-

ranged in the opposite part of the case, is

the unit turn knob cylinder 48, also screwed,

into'the case to secure adjustable attachment, and having the cam 49 for operating upon the parts 9, 1O, 11 and 14, this operation taking place from the turn knob 56 (Fig. 1).

The end 16 of the roll-back engaging lever 14 coacts with the latch lever 20, pivoted to thecase at 21, to rock it and thereby withdraw the latch bolt 6 against the. action of its spring 38. The end of the latch lever 20 engages with the transverse. end 22 of the latch bolt (Figs. 2 and 5), said CODStll Cf'; .tion permitting the latch bolt tobe reversed,

as hereinafter described. With the parts above described and as shown in Fig. 2, it will'be seen that the lever 14 is held in gear by the dead bolt, which passes Over it in such manner that the lever is in range of .the cylinder cam 47 until suflicient protraction' of the dead bolt carries it away as intended; or vice versa. This is necessary for those cases where the dead bolt might be unintentionally or unnecessarily partly protracted or retracted by the turn knob mechanism, sothat the cylinder cam may be enabled to act to protract the bolt totally by getting against the rear auxiliary shoulder 9 of the'rear'talon, or retract the bolt by contact with the upturned. arm 14 of the said lever '14' which is held 'by the bolt,

'(while in motion) in position for contact, as

long as the said rear shoulder 9 is not sufliciently forward to be used. It w1ll be understood that in the normal or usual way of" turning the cylinder cam 47 or turn hub cam 49 against the end of the lever 14, both it and the latch lever will be tumbled and the latch 6 retracted. The finger 17 of the lever 14 is prevented from getting out of position vwhile the dead ,bolt 5 is retracted,

because of the lug 18 of the dead bolt. It

will be seen thattheibolt may bemoved forward ,a distance, a little greater than the length ofthis lug 18, before the lever 14 can possibly rotate'to get its upper end out of range with the cylinder cam. In this position, the lug 18 enters the notch 17 as shown in Fig. 8 and, striking against the lever 14,

' oscillates it out of reach of the cylinder cam.

In the reverse movement, should the bolt 5 be only partly retracted, this action will cause the lug '18 to press against the finger 17 andoscillatethe lever 14 to the position substantially asshown in Fig. 2, preferably before the retraction is half way completed, and in which position the cylmder cam may reach and operate the lever -l4vto retract the latch bolt '6," and at the same time, by the action of this lever upon the .lug, force the dead bolt fully'back to its retracted position as shown. The lever '14 then, when released returns to the position shown in Fig. 2 under the action of the latch bolt. In this way, not only may the dead bolt be operated in the usual way, but provision is made -to properly project and retract it from intermediate and unintentional positions into which it may accidentally'be brought.

The turn knob cylinder 48 is shallow and recessed as at '57 and covered with a-plate or cap 5 8 which maybe secured in place by screws or rivets or many suitable manner. The interior of the cylinder isprovided at the upper end with a horse-shoe shaped recess 61 provided for receiving a looped end 61' of a wirespring 60 andholding it invposition. This wire spring-60 has downwardly eXtendingfree'pa-rallel ends and bends '60 V to lengthen the wire of the spring and give more elasticity, therebypermitting a stronger wire to be employed-than if the spring were shorter. Thewire composing this springall lies in the same plane and consequently takes very little space, thereby permittinga very shallow cylinder 48-to be employed. .The free ends of the spring 60 press upon the flattened sides ofthe turn hub and socketz59 which is journale'dl-in the cylinder-and secured on its outerend with the camor operating bar ,49, previously referred to. The

turn knob 56 (Fig. 1) may have the usual square shank to fit'the square hole in the hub and socket 59. When the turn knob is rotated,it rotates the socket 59 and cam 49 to operate the latch bolt when the dead bolt lever, may be considered as a material portion of my invention. The special objectjof this lever 14, other than its action upon the latch lever, is to clear everything, with its upturned end l4 sweeping the full inside of the case, so as to obtain the benefit of ad- 7 justment of the cylinders to the full value ofthe width inside of the case. As far as I am aware, such constructionof lever has not heretofore been employed where a turn hub and cam are operated from a point within the cylinder hole of the case.

As both the key cylinder 46 and turnhub cylinder 48 are required to be held against rotating when .once adjusted, I provide set screws 50 for this purpose, said screws being so secured to the case that they cannot'be- .come accidentally disengaged and lost. In

the construction shown, these set screws 50 are screwed through threaded bosses 51,011 the case parts ,2 and 4 and provided with pointed ends to engage V.-shaped notches in the cylinders, said screws being further providedwith collars 52 at a distance from their slotted ends, which are :held between shoul- V .ders 53 on the case parts 2 and 4 andthe front plate 3. The ends of. the screws 50 extend into holes 54 in the end plate 3 so as to enable them to be rotated by a screw driver. There is sufficient space between the shoulders 54 and the front plate in which the collars 52 may move to enable the set screws to be fully withdrawn from the cylinder 3 before contacting with the'frontplate. In thisway the threaded. end andhe'ads of the set screws are prevented from getting out of their respective cooperating holes,

thereby preventing the losing ofthe screws inside the lock or separating therefrom.

Referring now to the latch. bolt v6 and" its associated parts: Thelatch bolt b0dy29 is made with an opencslot and is fitted with a rod or guide tube 30 of rolled or drawn .metal thereby providingasmooth guide at :low cost. This guide tube or. rod 30is held .in place by having one end fitted to a pro- -jection 30 and the otherend received in a recess and held therein by having the lug 30 bent over. it (Figs..2 and5.),. Thisggidefit) is arranged in a slot of thelfugBI ext. .hg, p mx e. s deoftheicas flihu O a $12 Whieh clears the sides of the body 29 sofas to a void all unnecessary friction. Thefrearend of the bolt 6 hasjatail 22lforming leterztl.. projections upon eaohjfside 9f the. body and acting With the sides of the case as-ala'terally" guiding means. The; "bolt [is guided .vertij a limit stop in its iprotraction, because it 'acts as a stop for theend of thelatchleverflo.

and the latter direetlyyaots a'si'e stop. .to'rgthe part 22 of the latch boltl, This "holding. of

the endof the latL hgleVei-QO betweenfthe; P s 2 Len 1162 pr vent th ltl m 'g 1 ting. o .engageme t wit E h '..1eVer-. 14; when'thefldeed bolt is protracted; and alsof prevents possibility' of having these levers looked and'thereby dogging become I dead the deed bo t yg prove l t h bolt contains: the. coil pr n s a h t.wi i ,i no l n ihg'; of h l hi o'l 1. shp m ie o it inomth fi .re iihgLpmtiQn 19f th iil ck, c n .d se i-g gage hepr ptr at oht t th s p ihg. with the latch b t? or hvtr, t ehfld l t hs '9 rod 30 htthighsa SUPPdI i n g idfjth 1 coil p l o s tithhlesp ih i .tqiihe'f employed which will ex'actlyl meetgthe jre vantage of my. 1mproyed "retained box; latch} bolt "spring and latehconstnuetion shovvn isg that'the bolt "has its.;o.wn spring and iseast to length Without ;.partieular *alterationg s again'st'a bar boltheretoforeiemployed vvith' a riveted tailpiece which must be fittedfend, if not done Well; will loosen in'tiIne; ;Other bolt shanks which have been east in one piece'have alvvayshad- "coil springsiasja sepai rate piece, said springs fideti-ng, 21s it vvere, and ready to jump out any; tinnethe. lock .f, cap asremoved,end'vvhiolr'zilsoon revere ing the" bolt requiresit to e be reversed sepw rately land the spring appliedttfter vvdrd: It

has heretofore been found; the't'if megs-ep rate springs were not, se't ifi prioperlyffor if the 1001:. were not fitted intt. go d'Workmmship "manner such spring tvoul'd' seia toh alndi retard a'gtionr In} my improved bolt, 'hOW- ever-[the s'pringis held gin piceaatiau times by the sniboth'guide rod or tIlbeBO, end there is nd'possibihty forthe{spring-becoming;dis-f V V n w ld"t eit i tt bn' b-u fpermit leteril lt n e'tdf f 'lfi s, e hh e ittbltsheh quireinents of bolt without.-riecessiteti ng v he. h ed-hf the latQhab t 6- s sh wn .as. ,1 providdwith h he al 'ihl lih d; su fah sfii ld ,ivvith' en interniediete s'lotg35 invvhichiisfll arranged thefjan iiri ion icentsr'...h fier.136.

at its axial end .37 Wi hin; mi-' yli driigal. i p r ion whi h fits. Q h ssfif xforme e 'Th ha e' l te s i -p vi i diii itha .re s'a having guidegnibs P. e end ng .inwe d...f1hm;; .15

head. meyf lid i w th e at vely m lhif nyg L I friction; the hfihrlendi 37 rb ttihgittt e...

recess? 37. aforesaid gThefoppositejendof the ce e fbuiier i is prqvi edfwlthhn ex- 80. 1

tension; 37? which, acting jageinstj. the fbo'lt' he dtl i s i o wa m v'ehlntihht s df .37 injan invverd, direction and gets us lever p in coiiperatingzmiththegper '.3 3701 thehbljtj's's h dtd. St r th re r ti f t e la ch hq t f upon .closing 'th e door This eiitenfsion 'ld'l'? of l the bufl'fer "361 uts at all times to prevent dis-l gsmenth th h r'f om th bolt head.-

I h o n t la chb lt s e er ib e and this is made possible providing'betvveen I t Pla e." nd he bo e e 2 similar.

ss 3 t 't tslhqw n' he'oppqsit vs d .1 at 37 an i f rth Pr id ng; a; a p rt1 2 withjh e similarfrecessg having guidelribs 595 2 w l h a de toodhy"r trhheto" g-1,5. a i th l tch b fii i rev rsed, t semi-hy hdrihhl pert 3 WO 11 ifnte L the recess'37 and the projecting end orlexn io 37 hi the b fet: woul h m he e- 1 d in th "r ss i 3 j st. a it nowgis ved h' 1160688 37"- w lfbe seen) .w e,m y.h t fevh isedpih'thejc s gandlp pa'; y t perz t sl ti gt seiand thit r inihgidp veiPe th 0 the. lock st ck I t 1: my P 'QYQ L n trhc o of n ie friction bolt,'.the,latehfbolt is providejdgwith ;11 0

t t ri ead ."of si e h 'fier, T tbi e c mmqnbtffiempl ye and; as s wn; t qholt heajd' is closed; the. back; up Of h Ph f p v hg e r hid' backhoe;

qenh ti hw h hh he te rhl nz lf-pns .1

t. h ding. :"th b ifie "and l s en thening. .5

the guidetubeBO j the bolthnd prqv idin'g a centralpfsupgqgtfor tral bufier may. reeipr'oeate" when the bolt isf th h i i tett d P o s 7 1 94 I videdqiilith'iribsor tracks .2 and P, and" erellv 'mov ihenttf thebhltheid; said oli {p015 tions of the'loolt' being properly formed so be understood by freference 'to Fig. 5. 'It,

Will he n ndeiistood that this seine case miy be used with it solid bolt head in which the bufieiyiQG not en' pl'oyed; here such ,miti} friction dieJlCQiS not required; This would be eqiiinalentto' leaving the dntifriction huffer eejo fiflof theflatchbolt, Whether he'eenee it Wes'tvornflnjiired orotherwise. 5

The knolo hnib' lei er i23 1S pivoted to the case and normally held out of action npon the latch holt tztil'by a; spring 27 and with its free end restingnnder the' tail 22 of l the saidlzttch'bolt, for" retractingj it b y opera-, tion [of the door knob '28.: i This" lever 23 has; a portion 23* which normally acts as 2t set-'1' tionaryflngfor onepztrt of thetail portion,

of the latch bolt, While r'eal fixed-11n 62' on the cese'a'ets to guid he lzttch bolt xit 7 the other side of the tail portion when the,

latch bolt is Withdrawn by other means than the door -l:n0lo;: sa1d lever 23 act1ns 'ns e moving gulde'for the latch bolt tell 1n.co1 1.-

junction with the above mentionedfixed guide i lug GQfWhiIe'thefloor knob Withthe h ib acting 'toftt'ithdraw or retract the latchhd' 'ciilttr' dvantege ofthis isfthhtjit I 1t rne d this" ji fltl 4 c f function of ,g'the'leirer e6, whereby the stop head's 'ca'nho't be sn ccessfully tampered With. The,loWeriTendhfthis lever .46 engagesthe shoulderfifiiofthe locking pltinger 38, end 7 I v hlWllGIj the deed h'olt,i st'protractedjthe lockothenzind'havef sqnare hfole s ,25 for the kno'b spindles)rspindlefhy which they are roi m i r produces perfectly: straight. o1 rectilinear retrziction'jof the ltt ch bolt ,f ompne endfto th th r- The knob v split lnioh lhnb 'fper'ts" 24C and 24?, either 01f; whichfmay be dead locked, The; hub parts are joiiriieled' 'in the case uponjeach titted; These hiib parts are respectivelyrpro vided jwith notches"26 andi26? either of p which t re adapted to receive the dead lock-I ing plunger 38 which s operated by: the.

stops otthe stop iinechanis n. This mocha: IllSllLCOllSlS tS of t' yo stops fl-B and 44 made alike and Working through apertnres' in. the:

front plate 3 of [the case, :Thefinher] ends of thes respec' Qf.... 42 to 'thecase' 2. The stop plunger 3S-is 1y ffit inholes formed on opposite guided in ,thecase 2tt 39 close to the lllllb pttrlll Whichit en age and the other end is pro- Videdtirith ii liblefitting upon the pin 40 of t the Stop {L31 In thiSJWay the knob hub part may befdee'd locked or dogged by a construction Which is simple, cheap end.durable end so formedfes to eiiahleits parts to he; inter-,1 changeable, The stop ghegt n lever q connects, the stops l to f simultaneously reversetheir movements and position theiriv inner ends, and the operation of the plunger, t0 lock; the hub ife direct .ttction flibin the stop g with' Which it is'jointed; The end of the stop tion an lever operated @115 the, stop bea l r' 14 p ote a li e.

b @am1;1ejv ri4\1: 'is lnzide" angular as'fat 4&1} I ageins'tfwhich jthe spring 41 acts to fric that they Woiild'begu'ided by'the rilos' or f tracks to bridge the gapsfor recesses 37'? zm df'; 37 when f ully 'retrztcting the bolt, [will y' hold itin'jits tWo extreme positions I 'of adwstinentl 5 v here described, jtlielp'ltinger inayfjloe riezt'dily' reversed to dead lock either of ,thehel'ves of i Split hub 24; 24 which does away with the heretofore more orffle'ss unsatisfactory I Way of fitting antl'reve'rsi'ng suche hub, and

alloWingniore qnick and positivez'tction in reversinglj The jointing oi the long or lock V ing stop, jfor1ned of thepztrts and 38; enables the plunger part thereof 38fto 'be made of infiexiblefai'id cheap'cast iron' or"othe -I 'cheapinjetal, While the protruding stop part '43, hayingthef head'QCLin be of the .nsuztl 'brassor' bronze thisfc'onstruction. also seeur ing the positive action of the plunger, 'Etbout 'as Well as if time in em integral with. the stop.

Inaddition tothe foregoingconstrnctions I my mproved lock embodies an important novel' feature, compr sing automatic stop' fsotting nd stoplqcki means; in the forln of a lever 46, one end of which isiarranged to i 'be acted up on'by theshouldere? and lug 5 5 i of the deedlbolt' 5 end the 0t11 s ;end"'caused to actiietfe the stop'ineehenisnnfinisuch mnner thztt'the protrztetion'fof the deadbolt always. prevents the outer knob frenr being being accomplished by theddgstopTniechai1isin through i the ing plunger is ztntomatiez llynovelolinto dog or lo k g pb ition to. 1001; the 'knob 57 lh'ub part Q L LL r VYhenQthe ideadbolt is re h tracted there -is no eft'eetjupon the stop I mechanism becens etoffthe loose play for; the

end of the leyerAG between theshonlder 5 e and lug 5?, so that the knob huhwould never be undogged by; the, dead bolt. ,Therefore,

the protraction of the deadboltalwaysautm j I m cel 'y l e o QgS Q'I u r kn b: n. cese this .knob has not been 1 previonsly set by d) 77-, hu lWW i i g that when Welhas, fer as knoboperation is concerned, 1

i It illgbe understood that; in the-better.

knobsl are gindependent so that the inner form of my invention; but it isevident that The retraction of the;;.dead bolt doesnot unset the ;stops,therefore the stops aremanw h lly operated when it iisfivdesired that the router knob be free to operate the letohbolt. 1

it-is not essentialto have the knobs independent .in action and hence it is tobe understoodthat, if desired, the two knob hub.

parts maybe cast integraland a solidspindle employed, as is common in the cheaper looks.

I have, in the .preferred construction, shown the roll-back engaging lever 14 in a form which will positively-assist in fully retracting the dead bolt, should it be only partly retracted from any'cause, as well as for operatingthe latch bolt.

I have shown my improved lockhin the specific form which. I have found. most satisfactory impractice, but Ido not restrict myself to the details shown as they maybe modified in various ways without departing from the spirit of the invention, as defined in the claims. I

Having. now described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure-by Le't ters .Patent is i- V 1. In a lock, the'combinationof adead bolt'and its operating means, a latch bolt, hand operated means for operating the latch bolt, stopmechanism for locking the hand operated means .against movement and arrangedto be moved manually for unlocking said means, and separate pivoted connecting means operated-by-the dead bolt and its operating means when moved in one directionfor automatically.operating the stop mechanism in-the otherdiwction to lock the hand operated means and thereby. the latch bolt whenever the deadbolt-is protracted.

2. In a lock, the combination of the. case, a bolt, a turn knob cylinder having a shallow chamber provided with a socket,v an operating cam for operating the bolt journaled in the cylinder and having a double cam portion arranged in the shallow chamber there of, and a retainingspring'provided with a suitable bend to ifit within said socket and havingtwo free arms pressing upon the double cam portion for holding the operat ing cam out of operating position, said spring formed ofa-bent wire having all of its portions arranged in one plane.

3. In a* lock, the combination .of thecase, a bolt, a turnknob cylinder having. a shallow chamber provided: with a socket, an operating camfor operating the bolt j ournaledxin the cylinder andhaving a double. cam portion arranged in the shallow chamber thereof, and a retaining spring havmgtwo free arms: pressing upon the double cam portion for holdingtheoperating cam out of'operating positionand also having a middle bend to fit the socket" in the c hamber and reverse bends between the freeends and middle bend to give great elasticity, said spring formed of a bent wire having'all of its iportions arranged in one plane: V

at. Ina loc'k, *the -case, combined with a dead bolt having a laterally. extendinglug,

acylinder audits-operating cam, aulever .to operate. knob, lever, a knob and knob operated means tion.to cause th pivotednpon the case andheld in positionb ack of -theidead bolt said leveryhavingpol? tions to be actuated .by the lug of the dead bolt to oscillate thelever intoor out ofoper} atlve position .to be acted upon by the cylinder cam which operatesthe dead bolt and means forming a connectiongbetween saidlever and said dead bolt to preventin dependent movement of said lever or said dead bolt 1 in partially ,rctracted position of the latter, whereby the dead bolt may be fully retracted. when previously left in a partly retracted position.

. 5. Ina lock, the case, combined with a dead bolt having-a laterally extending-lug, a cylinder and its operating cam, a turn knob and its operating-cam, a turnknob lever pivoted upon the casezand held in,po sition. back of the dead bolt 1 said lever hav- 1ng portions to be actuated bythe lug of the dead bolt to oscillate the lever-into or out of operative position tobe acted upon-by the turn knob or cylinder cams which operate the dead bolt, and means forming a connection between. said lever and said dead bolt to prevent independent movementof said lever or said deadbolt in partially retracted position of the latter, whereby the dead boltmay be fully retracted when previouslyleft in a partly retracted position, a

latch bolt, and means to operatethe latch dead bolt, and meansforminga connection between said lever and said dead bolt to prevent independent movement of said lever or of the latter,whereby the deadboltmay be fully'retractediwhen previously left in a partly retracted position, a latch bolt, means the latchboltactuated by the turn for actuating the latch bolt,manua lly operated stop-mechanism for locking the knob operated means against operation, and means actuated by the deadbolt in, protracted -posi v e latch bolt stop mechanism to belocked V 7. Ina "loek,.the case, combined with a :dead, bolt having a laterally extending lug and a notchedupperportionya cylinder and its operatingcamfor the bolt, alever pivoted upon the case and held in position back of the dead bolt said lever'having. portions to be actuated bythe lug of the deadbolt to oscillate, the. lever; into; or, out ,of operatiye said deadbolt inpartially retracted position cam which operates the deadbolt said por tions comprising 'a notch into which the lug passes and presenting opposite faces against which the lug acts to oscillate the lever, in both directions and also having a projection over which the lug passes-to hold the lever in operativeposition when the bolt is partly or fully retracted, whereby the dead vbolt may be fully retracted when previously left in a partlyretracted position.-

8. 'In-a-lock,the combination of a case, a dead bolthaving operating talons, an oscillating'cam for engaging the talons for operating it, a lever pivoted. to the case adjacentto the dead bolt and having'a flange extending fully acrossthe dead bolt'and interior of the case in line with the travel of the oscillating cam, said lever being operated by the deadbolt to be moved out of reach of the cam when the bead bolt is almost fully protracted and means to prevent independent movement of said lever with respect to said dead bolt in partially prograicted or retracted position of said dead 0 t. 9. In a lock, the combination of a case, a deadbolt having operating talons, an oscillating cam for engaging the talons for operating it, a lever pivoted to the case adjacent to the dead bolt'and having a flange extending fully across the interior of the case and dead bolt in line with the'travel of the oscil lating cam, said lever being operated by the dead bolt is partly or fully retracted and means to prevent independent movement of said lever with respect to said dead bolt in partially protracted or retracted position of said dead bolt.

' 10. In a lock, the combination of a case, a dead bolt having operating talons, an oscillating double cam for engaging the talons for operatingit, a lever pivoted to the case adjacent to the dead bolt and having a flange extending across the case in line with the travel of said double oscillating cam, said lever operated by the dead bolt to be moved out of reach of one part of said cam when the dead bolt is .fully protracted and into reach of theiother part of said cam when the dead bolt is partly or fully retracted, means to "prevent independent movement of said lever with respect to said dead bolt in partially protracted or retracted position of said dead boltand a latch bolt and connecting means arrangedto be operated by the double cam when the dead-bolt is retracted. I V

11. In a lock the combination of the case, a deadbolt, aleve'r pivoted to the case and having I a mechanical connection with the dead bolt'to preventindependent movement ofsaid lever'with respect to said deadbolt wherebythe dead bolt may operatethe'lever and "vice versa, and a manuallyoperable' r a lever pivoted tothe case and held in p'osi tion by said dead bolt, means carried'by said dead bolt for shiftingsaid lever in either direction accordingto the direction of movement of said dead bolt to retra'ctedor protracted positions, cam means "for operating the deadbolt and lever, a latch bolt and coin necting means for retracting the latch bolt by'the lever when the dead bolt is retracted;

13. In a lock the combination of a casing, a dead bolt slidablymounted in said case, a lever pivoted to the -case andcheld on its pivot by said dead bolt, means foroperlating said lever when the dead bolt is partly -rc-' tracted, and means forming apositive connectionbetween said dead bolt and said le ver whereby said deadbolt oscillates the lever to throw it out of operativerposi'tion with respect to the lever operating. means when the bolt is fully protracted, and/to move the lever into operative position when the bolt is partly or fully retracted.

1 14:. In a lock, the combination with a dead bolt, of night latch mechanism, and means operable by the protractionfof said bolt for dogging said night latch mechanism, said means including a pivoted lever having one end movable in contact with-the dead bolt and the other end in operative association with the night latch mechanism to mo ve it 1wlien said lever is 'oseillatedby. the dead o t. 7'

15. In a lock, the combinatiorf with a dead bolt, of latch mechanism, dogging means for said mechanism, pivoted meanshaving its opposite ends'moving reversely and in which one endis in connection'with the deadbolt and the other end' with the dogging means,

pivoted means for moving said dogging means into dogging position. i

16. In a lock, thelcombination of a dead bolt, a latch bolt, manually operable re- -tracting means for the latch and dead bolts, I

night latch mechanism associated with said latch operating retracting means, a movable part extending across the' latch bolt having one end movably connected with the dead bolt and the other end with the night latch mechanism, and a separate mechanism operable from the'outside' of the door to retract said latch 'bolt' or actuate said night latch -mecha'nism as desired; a

17. In a lock, the combination ofalatch "bolt, retractingmeans therefor, a night latch "mechanism associated with said retracting means butarrangedbelow the l atch bolt,

automatically upon the protracting of the dead bolt.

18. In a lock, the combination with a latch bolt, of mechanism for actuating said latch bolt, independently operable stop mechanism for dead-locking said latch actuating mechanism, a dead bolt, and independent means for actuating said dead-locking stop mechanism adapted to be positively operated in one direction by the protraction of the dead bolt, said means havlng a lost motion connection with the dead bolt to permit resetting of the stop mechanism for releasing the latch operating mechanism when the dead bolt is retracted.

19. In a lock, the combination with a case, of a night latch mechanism at the lower part of the case, a dead bolt at the upper part of the case, a latch bolt intermediate of the dead bolt and the night latch mechanism, and means independent of both the dead bolt and the night latch mechanism extending above and below the latch bolt and operable by the protraction of the dead bolt for setting said night latch mechanism in dogging position, said bolt being retractable in dependently of said independent means and night latch mechanism.

20. In a look, a case, a latch bolt therein, manually retracting means for said latch bolt, including a notched hub, a stop member in the case movable in and out of the notch of said hub, and separate means for actuating said stop member from the respective sides of the door, comprising a swinging lever having one end in movable connection with the stop member, a reciprocating member having a lost motion connection with the lever, a key mechanism at one side of the door to actuate the reciprocating member, and manually operable means at the other side of the door to inde- -pendently operate the reciprocating member.

21. In a lock, a latch bolt, combined with retracting means therefor, night latch stop mechanism associated with said retracting means, a lever to operate said stop mechanism in one direction to lock the retracting means for the latch bolt and permit it to be manually operated in the other direction to release said retracting means, and separately operable means at opposite sides of the door for actuating said lever to operate said night latch stop mechanism.

22. In a look, a dead bolt, combined with a latch bolt, manually retracting means for the latch bolt, night latch stop mechanism associated with said means for dogging the same, means independent of the dead bolt and stop mechanism for actuating the latter, and mechanism operable by a key from the outside of the door for retracting the latch bolt as the key is turned in one direction, and operating the dead bolt and the independent means for shifting the night latch stop mechanism into locking position as the key is turned in the opposite direction.

23. In a lock, the combination of a latch bolt, means controlled by outside and inside knobs for independently retracting said latch bolt, stop mechanism arranged to be operated to dog the outside knob controlled means against latch retracting movement, a dead bolt, means operable from the side of the lock which comes adjacent to the inside of the door for projecting said dead bolt, a vertically arranged lever pivoted so that its upper and lower ends move in opposite directions and for coincidentally operating said stop mechanism to dog the outer knob controlled means, and means for operating the lever in one direction by the dead bolt.

In testimony of which invention, I here unto set my hand.

GEORGE E. OLEAVER.

Witnesses:

HARRY P. RHODA, Gno. E. TYsoN.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of intents, Washington, D. G."

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Classifications
U.S. Classification70/107, 70/486, 292/5, 292/150
Cooperative ClassificationE05B59/00