|Publication number||US1410220 A|
|Publication date||Mar 21, 1922|
|Filing date||Dec 19, 1921|
|Priority date||Dec 19, 1921|
|Publication number||US 1410220 A, US 1410220A, US-A-1410220, US1410220 A, US1410220A|
|Inventors||Coates Lister William, Robert Petman|
|Original Assignee||Coates Lister William, Robert Petman|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
Patented Mar. 21, 1922'.
R. PETMAN AND W. C. LISTER. LABEL on TICKET HOLDER FOR BOTTLES.
APPLICATKON FILED DEC, 19, 1921- m m M UNITED STATES PATENT oF ce.
rtonnn'r BETMAN Jinn WILLIAM coa'rns LISTER, or ToaoN'ro, on'ranro, CANADA.
LABEL 0a r-IolinrnonnnaroaBOTTLES.
Application filed December 19, .1921. Serial No. 523,450.
1/ 0 all whom it may come 11%:
Be it known that we, RoBnnrPn'rMANand lVILLmn. CoArEs LISIER, British subjects, residing at the city of Toronto, inthe county of York and Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Label or Ticket Holders for Bottles; and we hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the same.
This invention relates to a bottle provided with a label or ticket holder formed by two circular members encircling the bottle neck having their opposed surfaces channeled to receive the label or ticket, and provided with slots extending from the perimeters of the members to the channels for the entry therein of the label or ticket, as hereinafter set forth and particularly pointed out in the claims.
I11 the drawings Fig. l is an elevational view of the bottle.
Fig. 2 is a fragmentary sectional elevation of the same, showing the label or ticket holding grooves in the beads or flanges surrounding the bottle neck.
Fig. 3 is a sectional 33 Fig. 1, and
Fig. 4 is a fragmentary view of a modification of the construction shown in the pre ceding figures.
Like characters of reference refer to like parts throughout the specification and drawings.
The present invention is particularly adapted for milk bottle purposes, but it is not intended that its use shall be confined to this type of bottle as it may be adapted to other uses of a like nature. and for that reason the bottle 1 may be of any usual or approved type. As the preferred use of the in vention is for holding milk tickets, we have shown a structure of'the milk bottle type in Fig. 1 of the drawings provided with the usual circumferential head 2 around the mouth of the bottle neck 3. At the base of the neck the bottle is formed with a second circumferential bead 4 encircling the neck and of approximately the same diameter as the bead 2. The beads 2 and 4 are spaced from each other as shown in Figs. 1 and 2, the depth of the space being slightly less than the width of an ordinary milk ticket. Formed in the opposed surfaces of the beads plan view on the line 2 and 4 are annular channels or grooves 5 Specification of Letters Eatent.
equalto the width ofthe ticket. 'e ntry of the ticket into the holder the bead Patented ar. 21, 1922.
entered. The distance between the inner surfaces-cfthe grooves is approximately For the 2 is formed with a diagonal slot 7 and the bead 4 is formed with. a diagonal slot 8 eX tending through the beads to their respective channels 5 and 6. The ticket is entered through the slots 7 and 8 into the grooves or channels 5 and 6 and worked forward until the whole of it is contained therein.
In the same way a label may be entered in the same grooves or channels and worked forward until it completely encircles the neck between the beads 2 and 4.
The flanges or beads 2 and 4 are shown to be integral with the bottle neck, but it is possible to make the holder a separate device and fit it on the bottle as shown in Fig. 4. In the latter case an annular band 9 is employed to. encircle the'bottle neck and at the top and bottom of this band are grooved or channeled beads or flanges 10 and 11 corresponding to the beads or flanges 2 and 4 and provided with slots 12 and 13 for the entry of the ticket or label therein.
A construction of this kind provides a convenient means for preventing the inadfaces channeled to receive a label or ticket.
2. A label or ticket holder for bottles comprising two circular members encircling the bottle neck and having their opposed surfaces channeled to receive a label or ticket, and provided with slots extending from the perimeters of the members to the channels.
3. In a label or ticket holder for bottles, the combination of the bottle neck, two circular members, spaced from each other, encircling the bottle neck," and having their opposed surfaces channeled to receive a label or ticket.
4. In a label or ticket holder for bottles, the combination of the bottle neck, two circular members, spaced from each other, encircling the bottle neck, and having their opposed surfaces channeled to receive a label or ticket, and provided with slots extending channels for. the entry from the perimeters of the members to the therein 0f the label or ticket.
5. A label or ticket holder for bottles I comprising an annular band, and two circular members spacedfrom each other enc1rcl1ng the bottle neck, sald members having their opposed surfaces channeled to reopposed surfaces channeled to receive a label or ticket, and provided with slots extending 15 from the perimeters of the members to'the channels for the entry therein of the label or ticket.
Dated at the city of Toronto, this tenth day of Decemben A. D. 1921.
WILLIAM COATES LISTER.
STANLEY Rrorms, WALTER E; GOULD,
|U.S. Classification||215/40, 215/383, 24/570|
|International Classification||B65D23/00, B65D23/14|