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March .8, 1938.
T. R. DAYKIN
2,110,827 ‘
PAPER CABINET
Filed May 23, 1936
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2,110,827
PAPER. CABINET.
Thomas Reginald Daykin, Montreal, Quebec,
Canada
Application May 23, 1936, Serial No.. 81,531
In Canada August 14, 1935
4 Claims. (Cl. 242-555)
This invention relates‘ to- a paper cabinet and
‘ Supported longitudinally parallel with the botthe principal object is to provide a combination
tom 1 and adjacent the front edge'thereof, I
container and dispenser for paper or otherma
provide a roller i2, preferably supported in the
terials which are used froma roll.
ends Iii and Ii.
I
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A further object is to provide a cabinet of
I
i3
is
a'cover
of
inverted
L-shaped
formation, .‘5
this nature having a special means for permit
the bottom of which is pivotally mounted by the
ting engagement of the paper between the thumb
pivots M to the lower front corners of the re
and index finger and tearing the desired quan—
spective ends it and M. This cover it has a
tity as required.
'
A further object is to provide a roller retain
ing member for holding the roll of paper from
contacting with the front .or' cover portion of
the
cabinet.
.
>
'
With the foregoing and other-objects in view,
as will appear as the description proceeds, the
invention consists of the novel construction,
combination and arrangement of co-operating
elements as hereinafter more speci?cally set
forth, claimed and shown in the accompanying
20 drawing forming a part of the present applica
tion, in which:Fig. 1 is a perspective‘view of the preferred em
bodiment of my invention, the roll of paper and
protruding end thereof being shown in dotted
25 lines.
Fig. 2 is a transverse sectional view being taken
on the lines 2-2 of Fig. 1.
Figs. 3 and 4 are a front fragmentary plan and
a bottom view of the paper exit opening, show
30 ing the shearing or cutting member upon which
the paper or the like is torn.
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary sectional view, illus
trating the open position of the cover.
Fig. 6 is a broken sectional modi?cation.
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Like numerals of reference designate corre
sponding parts throughout the different views.
The body portion of the cabinet or container
consists of a back 5, with a laterally-inwardly
bent top 6 and laterally-inwardly bent bottom
The bottom 7 is inclined downwardly from
40 ‘I.
the back 5. The body portion of the cabinet ex
tends downwardly from the bottom 7 to provide
the front 8. This front 8 is provided with a
?nger notch 9 formed upwardly from the bot
45 tom and preferably centrally thereof. The bot
tom edge of the front 8 has its greater portion
bent out slightly as at 8’, the corners adjacent
the notch 9 being ?attened more in parallel rela
tionship to the front 8 than the respective main
50 portions of this edge 8’ so as to avoid creasing
of the paper as it is pulled between the edge 8’
and edge l3’. l0 and H are the opposite end
members suitably brazed or otherwise attached
to the respective ends of the body portion
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5—6-1-8.
?anged edge i5 extending over the front edges
of the ends iii and ii of the cabinet. The top 6 T‘fo
may be provided with any desired gripping means
and locking means, the latter. to operate in asso
ciation with an. opening or engagement. means
to provide catch and locking facilities between
the coverand body portion of the cabinet.
I};
have shown one means, as illustrated at 6’, but
any desired means may be used for providing
gripping engagement or locking means for this
purpose.
'
The lower front edge E3’ of the cover I3 is 20
bent inwardly towards the lower edge of the
front 8. The opposite ends of this edge I 3’ are
notched as at E6 to- provide a pointed portion
which will facilitate tearing of the sheet of paper
on the cutting edge 13’. The front portion of 25
the cover I3 is provided with a ?nger opening
9' in registered relationship with the ?nger notch
9. The paper will be fed down between the front
8 and the cover I3. In the position, as shown in
Fig. 1, the thumb and index ?nger may be in- 30
serted through the opening 9’ and ?nger notch
9 to permit engagement of the end of the paper
or. other like material and pull the same down,
after which any desired portion of the roll may
be torn off along the cutting edge l3’. Prefer- 35
ably, the edges 8' are slightly below the tearing
edge I3’.
The forward inclination of the bottom 1 keeps
the roll of paper or the like material in a posi
tion adjacent the front of the container space 40
and in contact with the roller 52.
As shown in Fig. 5, the ?anged side edges l5
extend below the lower edge of the cover l3, so
that when the cover is in open position the edge
I3’ is offset from the edge 3’ and the free end 45
of the paper may be easily inserted between the
edges 8’ and £3’.
The foregoing speci?cation and annexed draw
ing disclose the preferred embodiment of my
invention, but it is to be understood that minor 50
changes may be resorted to in the commercial
adaptation of my invention without departing
from the scope of the invention as hereinafter
claimed.
In certain cases it may be desirable to have 55
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the front 8’ and the edge i3’ bent backwardly
as illustrated at 8"’ and E3” in Fig. 6. As noted
in Fig. 6, the front portion 8"’ and edge l3" are
bent backwardly at a slight angle in a direction
as would be toward the wall to which the cabi
net would be attached.
said cover being bent towards each other, the
portions of said front adjacent the ?nger open
ings therein being bent less than the remaining
portion of said front.
3. A cabinet for holding and dispensing rolled
paper, embodying a body portion consisting of a
back, top, bottom and front, said bottom being
What I claim as new is:
inclined downwardly from said back, end mem
bers carried by said body portion, a cover for clos
ing the container compartment of said cabinet, 10
back, top bottom and front, said bottom being a pivotal connection between said end members
10 inclined downwardly from said back, end mem
and the lower edge of said cover to provide off
bers carried by said body portion, a cover for
setting of said cover from said front when said
closing the container compartment of said cabi ,cover is in open position, said front and said
net, said front and said cover forming a dispens , cover forming a dispensing chute for the free 15
end of said paper when said cover is in closed
15 ing chute for the free end of said paper, and
said front and said cover being provided with position, said front and said cover being pro
1. A cabinet for holding and dispensing rolled
paper embodying a body portion consisting of a
oppositely registering ?nger openings and the
discharge edges of said front and said cover
being bent towards each other, the portions of
20 said front adjacent the ?nger openings therein
being bent less than the remaining portion of
said front.
2. A cabinet for holding and dispensing rolled
paper embodying a body portion consisting of a
back, a laterally supported upper portion form
ing a top, a laterally supported and downwardly
inclined portion forming a bottom, a front ex
tending down from the forward end of said bot
tom, end members carried by said back, top, bot
tom and front, a cover for closing the container
13.0 compartment of said cabinet, said front and said
cover forming a dispensing chute for the free end
of said paper, said front and said cover being
provided with oppositely registering ?nger open
1:35 ings and the discharge edges of said front and
vided with oppositely registering ?nger openings
and the discharge edges of said front and said
cover being bent towards each other, the por
tions of said front adjacent the ?nger openings
therein being bent less than the remaining por
tion of said front.
.
4. A cabinet for holding and dispensing paper
comprising a cover portion hingedly supported 25
by two end portions, a bottom portion support
ing said paper roll and extending substantially
parallel to said cover portion at its lower part,
the front of said bottom portion extending be
low the edge of said cover portion to serve as a
guide when withdrawing the paper, the lower
edge of said cover portion being bent inward to
ward the edge of the front portion of the bot
tom and serving as a cutting edge.
THOMAS REGINALD DAYKIN.
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