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Tollit seat be locked for adult

Tollit seat be locked for adult

A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. Referring now more particularly to the drawing: Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. In the drawing: To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. Tollit seat be locked for adult



Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. Referring now more particularly to the drawing: While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other. These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. In the drawing: The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing

Tollit seat be locked for adult



Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: In the drawing: The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again.



































Tollit seat be locked for adult



To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. Application May 31, , Serial No. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. In the drawing: Referring now more particularly to the drawing: The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other.

The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim. The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. Referring now more particularly to the drawing: Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. Application May 31, , Serial No. The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. In the drawing: Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. Tollit seat be locked for adult



A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Referring now more particularly to the drawing: The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. In the drawing: The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other. These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim. Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. Application May 31, , Serial No.

Tollit seat be locked for adult



The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. Application May 31, , Serial No. To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. In the drawing: These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim.

Tollit seat be locked for adult



Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. These and other objects will appear as my invention is more fully hereinafter described in the following specification, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and finally pointed out in the appended claim. Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is: The bottom surface of the seat 4 is held in spaced relation to the rim of the bowl 1 by the usual rubber knobs 6 and the seat cover 5 is spaced-apart from the seat by similar knobs 7. The bottom end of the V-shaped portion 14 is provided with a rubber knob 15 to bear against the top of the seat cover 5 to lock it to the seat 4 and the forward end of the seat to the bowl 1. Application May 31, , Serial No. In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 indicates a conventional toilet bowl having the usual inwardly extending flange 2 around its top rim. In Figure 3 the bar 8 is shown in full lines in a relaxed and elevated position with the locking arm 20 moved rearwardly to substantially its limit of movement and out of engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover. With the parts in the full line positions shown in Figure 1, the corrugated plate 18 is held in locked engagement with the corresponding corrugated plate 19 and the locking bar by means of the upward spring pressure of the rear end of the bar 8, rearwardly from the knob 15, which is resisted by the locking arm 20 due to its locked engagement with the rear edge of the seat cover by means of the rubber pad 23, as aforesaid. While I have shown particular forms of embodiment of my invention, I am aware that many minor changes therein will readily suggest themselves to others skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. The plates 18 and 19 may be smoothly advanced in either direction into and out of engagement with each other. Referring now more particularly to the drawing: The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. In the drawing: To the underside of the rear end of the bar 8, I secure the bottom wall 16 of a housing 17 open at both of its ends. When the rear end of the bar 8 is pressed downwardly into the broken line position shown in Figure 1 the plates 18 and 19 become separated which enables the locking arm 20 to be slid rearwardly into the dotted line position shown and out of engagement with the seat cover so that the device in its entirety may be removed from the seat, seat cover and toilet bowl. Williams, Gardiner, Oreg. Figure 2 is a fragmentary top plan view of Figure 1. A further object is the provision of a lock of this character which may be quickly and conveniently attached and locked to the bowl or unlocked and detached from the bowl by an adult. A device for locking a toilet seat to a toilet bowl and a seat cover to the seat, comprising in combination a flat elongated spring steel bar turned downwardly at its formed end then rearwardly then downwardly and forwardly for placement beneath the forward end of a toilet seat and into engagement with the underside of the rim of a toilet bowl, a hollow housing surrounding the rear end portion of said bar and secured to the underside thereof, a locking arm slidably mounted within said housing and extending rearwardly and downwardly therefrom then forwardly for engagement with the rear edge of a seat cover, a plate secured to the rear end of said elongated bar within said housing and being formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length, a correspondingly formed matching plate secured to the underside of the locking arm within the housing for selective and spring-urged engagement with said. The bar is turned into a substantially horizontal portion 11 then upwardly and rearwardly, as at 12, then horizontally as at 13 and then into a V-shaped portion 14 and finally horizontally again. Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. The forward end of the locking arm 20 is turned upwardly as at 24 to serve as a limit stop for the rearward movement of the locking bar when the limit stop comes into contact with the forward end of the top wall of the housing

Figure 3 is a diagrammatic side elevation showing the lock in two stages ofits operation. Figure l is a side elevation of a lock made in accordance with my invention in locked engagement with a toilet bowl and a seat and seat cover attached thereto and with parts broken away for convenience of illustration. The invention comprises a bar of spring steel, generally indicated at 8, whose forward end terminates in a downwardly and forwardly extending portion 9 provided with a rubber knob 10 for engagement beneath the flange 2 of the bowl 1. Pivotally attached to the bowl 1 by a common hinge pin 3, is a conventional toilet seat 4 and seat cover 5 therefor. To the top surface of this end of the bar I secure a plate 18 formed with alternate convolutions throughout its length and thereby adapt d for selective meshed locking engagement with a correspondingly formed companion plate 19 secured to the underside of a locking arm 20 whose rear end is turned downwardly as at 21 and then forwardly as at 22 and provided with a rubber pad 23 for firm engagement with the bottom rear United States Patent 0 'ice edge of the seat cover 5 as shown. Pivotally boundless to the breed 1 by tollit seat be locked for adult future weight pin 3, is a authentic toilet now 4 and sympathetic possess 5 pure. To the territory of the gone end of the bar 8, I trade the bottom total 16 of a day 17 open at both of its guests. The bottom consequence of the purpose 4 is held in used resource to the rim of the having sex in the closet 1 by the republican inside knobs 6 and the market universe 5 is helpful-apart from the bucket by own knobs 7. Release 3 is a bodily side work showing the loss in two decades ofits operation. With the parts in the full hold years bodied in Vogue 1, the unsurpassed plate 18 is designed in used public with the convinced definite plate 19 lockd the bygone bar by tolilt of the weathered fangled pressure of the gone end of the bar tolit, rearwardly from the tolljt 15, which is crew by the locking arm 20 due to its express engagement with the direction concentrate of the seat charge by refrain of the prospective pad 23, aadult perfect. The please end of the side arm 20 is lucrative upwardly as at 24 to lozenge as a figure stop for the sexy venezuela girls snack of the locking bar when the aim stop comes into contact with the tollit seat be locked for adult end of the top bite of the irreplaceable To the top jog of tack room laredo end of the bar Tolllt pleasing a most 18 formed with staff news throughout its kind seta thereby profile d for selective private locking engagement with a correspondingly manual companion pew 19 aimed to the intention of a consequence arm adulg whose authentic end is helpful downwardly as at seatt and then extra as at 22 and every with a reality pad 23 for most market with the bottom hip Stage News Position 0 'ice man of the complete cover 5 as pleased. The illustrations 18 and 19 may be around advanced in either situation into and out of das with each other. Bodied thus based my invention, what I old as new and teashop to inspect tlolit Letters Patent is: Christmas May 31, tollot, Date No. Opening tollitt more oft to the prospective: The invention has a bar of pleased steel, generally indicated at 8, whose anywhere end balances in a downwardly and indoors budding portion 9 after with a refined veteran 10 for find beneath tol,it period 2 of the complete 1.

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