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Publication numberUS1657975 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 31, 1928
Filing dateMay 7, 1927
Priority dateMay 7, 1927
Publication numberUS 1657975 A, US 1657975A, US-A-1657975, US1657975 A, US1657975A
InventorsShiells Blanche C
Original AssigneeShiells Blanche C
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Portable urinal bottle
US 1657975 A
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Jan. a1, 1928. 1,657,975

} B. C. SHIELLS PORTABLE URINAL BOTTLE Filed May '7, 1927 file/2066 667%;


Application filed May 7, 1927. Serial No. 189,659.

This invention relates to certain novel imnel 19 includes a mouth portion which is provements in portable urinal bottles and of an elongated oval shape in plan view. has for its principal object the provision of In associating the invention with the bag an improved construction of this character 10, the usual neck plug is removed and the 5 which will be highly efficient in use and collar 14 frictionally confined within the economical in manufacture. restricted neck 12. The funnel is connected Among the several objects of the invento the collar 16 by disposing the tube portion is to provide a simple inexpensive contion 18 between the rings 17. The collar 16 venient arrangement of parts for detachwhen thus attached is ready to be detachably connecting a selectively shaped funnel ably connected to the collar 14 through the to the nipple of the ordinary hot water bag, medium of the bayonet and slot connecnow commercially in use. tion 15.

Other objects will appear hereinafter. From the description herein set forth it The invention consists in the novel coinwill be manifest that the several parts em- 15 bination and arrangement of parts to be bodying my invention can be expeditiously hereinafter described and claimed. dis-assembled for sterilizing purposes. The invention will be best understood by The bag 10 is provided with the usual outreference to the accompanying drawings, let plug 21. showing the preferred form of construction In Fig. 5 I have illustrated a slightly 20 and in which: modified form of construction and in this Fig. 1 is a fragmentary part sectional demodified form of construction the tube portail view of a hot water bottle showing the tion 18 has formed thereon a thread bearing invention associated therewith; collar 22 which is adapted to be threaded Fig. 2 is a bottom plan view of the same; into a collar 23, frictionally engaging in the Fig. 3 is a top plan view of the same; restricted neck portion 12.

Fig. dis a transverse vertical sectional de- In this modified form of construction it tail view of the invention; and A will be manifest that the invention com- Fig. 5 is asectional detail view similar to prises few parts, thereby greatly facilitating that illustrated in Fig. 1 but showing a the assembling and disassembling of the slightly modified form of construction. same.

Referring to the drawings, Figs. 1 to 4 While I have illustrated and described 30 inclusive, a hot water bag is indicated at the preferred form of construction for car- 10. This bag 10 includes a pouring guard rying my invention into effect, this is ca- 11 having a restrictive neck portion 12 and pable of variation and modification, without an outwardly flaring mouth 13. departing from the spirit of the invention.

Frictionally mounted in the restricted I, therefore, do not wish to be limited to 35 neck portion 12 is a collar 14 to which is the precise details of construction set forth, detachably connected, through the medium but desire to avail myself of such variations of a bayonet and slot connection 15 a funnel and modifications as come within the scope supporting collar 16. This collar 16 inof the appended claims.

. eludes inner and outer rings 17 and ar- Having thus described my invention what ranged between the rings is the tube por- I claim as new and desire to protect by tion 18, of a funnel 19. The inner ring of Letters Patent is: the collar 16 is of such diameter as will, 1; The combination with a bag including 45 when mounted in the position illustrated in a neck portion, a collar arranged in the neck Fig. 4;, bind the tube portion 18 between portion, a funnel iQcluding a tube portion, the two rings of this collar in a manner to a collar including inner and outer members permit expeditious detachment between the between which the tube portion is adapted collar 16 and the tube portion 18. The funto frictionally engage, and means for de tachably connecting said second mentioned collar to said first mentioned collar.

2. The combination with a bottle including a pouring guard having a restricted neck portion, a collar frictionally mounted in said neck portion, a funnel including a tube ortion, a collar mounted for embracing reilation with respect to the tube portion,

Lemme a collar mounted Within the tube portion for tfrictiona-lly holding the tube portion be- 1 tween said last and said second mentioned collar, and bayonet and slot connections between said second mentioned collar and said first mentioned collar.

In testimony whereof I afiix my signature.


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U.S. Classification4/144.1
International ClassificationA61G9/00
Cooperative ClassificationA61G9/006
European ClassificationA61G9/00U