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Nov. 1, 1938. " J. MALIK ‘ IIIIIIIIIII I ’ 2,135,238 ' ‘ _ I _ _ ‘Inventor wWZ/I/J'AL Bypémwmz. Mam: Aiiorneys Nov. 1, 1938.‘ . ' - JQMAUK FIRST AID -. KIT 2,135,238 I Filed July 20, 1957 ‘2 Sheets-Sheet '2 Inventor JSse/UZ Wis/[l4 By M 5m Attorneys Patented Nov. 1, 1938 2,135,238 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,135,238 FIRST-AID KIT ' Joseph Malik, Cicero, Ill., assignor of ten per cent to Edward Zinny, Cicero, 111. Application July 20, 1937, Serial No. 154,670 1 Claim. (Cl. 206-122) This invention relates to improvements in ac Also to hold the bandage rolls and/ or containers cessories primarily intended for use in connec l2 in position the rear wall of the box 5 is pro tion with automobiles; and an object of the in vided with a series of spring clips I‘! that serve vention is to provide such an accessory which to frictionally retain the articles 12 in place. 5 will serve as a ?rst-aid kit by which such para Further the containers and/or rolls I2 are held 5 phernalia as bandage materials, adhesive tape, in engagement with the clips I’! through the me antiseptics, etc., can be contained. dium of a retaining bar I8 hinged at its oppo The invention together with its objects and side ends to the bottom of the box 6 through the advantages will be best understood from a study medium of hinges IS. 10 of the following description taken in connection The pouches M are accommodated within one 10 with the following drawings wherein: end of the box 5 to extend transversely of the Figure 1 is a perspective view of the ?rst-aid box. These pouches 14 are conventional in kit with the kit in open condition. structure and a detailed description thereof is Figure 2 is a perspective view of a splint. therefore deemed unnecessary. Figure 3 is a transverse sectional view through Also at the inner side thereof the front wall 15 the kit with the kit in closed condition. of the box is suitably provided with an upper Figure 4 is a perspective view of a hinged re pair of clips 20 to accommodate a tourniquet 2| taining bar hereinafter more fully referred to. and with a lower pair of clips 22 for releasably Figure 5 is a detail view showing the glove securing in position within the box a pair of 20 compartment of an automobile and in which the scissors 23. 20 kit may be stored, and Also ?tting loosely within the lid 6 of the kit is Figure 6 is a transverse sectional view through a container 24 for cotton 25. Container 24 is an automobile body and looking toward the rear provided with a hinged lid 24a and any suit thereof to illustrate an alternate provision for able latch means may be provided for releasably carrying the kit in the automobile. securing the lid 24a in closed position. 25 Referring to the drawings by reference numer Also the lid 6 of the kit is provided with a als it will be seen that in the preferred embodi handle 26 through the medium of which the kit 'ment thereof the ?rst-aid or emergency kit in may be easily carried about and positioned with cludes a box 5 having a lid 6 hingedly secured in, or removed from either the glove compart 30 thereto as at ‘l. The lid 6 is provided with a latch ment 2'! now generally provided in the instrument 30 8 cooperable with a suitable keeper device indi board 28 of ‘an automobile, or a pocket 29 pro cated generally by the reference numeral 9 on the .vided in the rear cushion 30 of the rear seat 3| front wall of the box 5 for releasably securing the of an automobile as suggested in Figure 6. lid 6 in closed condition. In Figure 2 is detailed one of the splints II. It 35 The front and end ?anges of the lid 6 are , will be seen, from a consideration of Figure 2, 35 formed to provide grooves 10 which accommodate that the splint ll comprises a plurality of sec the front and end walls of the box 5 when the tions 32 which sections are of varying length lid 6 is in closed condition whereby to provide a and are hingedly connected together as at 33 to substantially moisture and dust-proof closure. permit the splint to be folded as suggested in Fig 40 The interior of the box 5 is suitably provided ure 5 for disposition within the box 5. 40 to accommodate a plurality of splints ll, con Also the sections 32 at their hingedly connected tainer l2 adapted to contain rolls of bandage or edges are provided on the sides thereof opposite bottles of iodine, antiseptics, or the like, a con tainer [3 for adhesive tape and sterile ?rst-aid to the hinges 33 with complemental hinge sleeves 34 for receiving hinge pins 35 through the me 45 pouches M. In connection with the above it will be seen dium of which the sections 32 are held in rigid that the splints, in the present instance four in alinement, as of course will be desirable when number, are accommodated in the box 5 between the splint is in actual use. When it is desired to fold the splint the pins the front wall of the box and spring standards 35 are removed whereupon the sections of the 50 50 I5 rising from the bottom of the box. To releasably hold the container l3 in position splint are then folded relative to one another in within one end of the box an end wall of the an obvious manner in order to permit the splint box is provided with a suitable spring clip l6 that to be stored within the box 5. bears against the top or crown of the cap of the It is thought that a clear understanding of 55 container I 3 as shown in Figure 1. the construction utility and advantages of an 55 2 2,135,238 invention of this character will be had without a more detailed description. ' Having thus described the invention what is claimed as new is: A ?rst-aid kit comprising a substantially rec tangular shaped box open at the upper end there of, a cover hinged on the box for opening and closing the latter and having a depth to prevent the top wall thereof from contacting the upper 10 ends of the receptacles arranged in standing po sition along a wall oi.’ latter when said cover box with overlapping edges of certain walls the box and Within the is positioned to close the relation with the upper of the‘box, spring clips arranged in a horizontal plane with each other and secured on a wall of the box to receive and grip the receptacles a limited distance below the upper ends of the receptacles, a strip engageable with the receptacles from the lower ends of the latter upwardly for a selected distance to co operate with the clips in retaining the receptacles from accidentally moving in the box, and hinges connecting the strip on the bottom of the box whereby said strip may be positioned out of en gagement with the receptacles to permit removal of the latter from the clips and torest on the bottom of the box. JOSEPH MALIK.