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589,108. Aug. 31, 1897. Wordsworth. Motor worked by hydrocarbon or other



600,107. Mar. 1, 1898. Wiseman & Holroyd. Hydrocarbon motor.

600,974. Mar. 22. 1898. Wiseman & Holroyd. Hydrocarbon motor.

633,319. Sept. 19, 1899. Inman. Carburetor.

668,773. Feb. 26. 1901. Hanson. Vaporizer for explosive engines.

♦700,295. May 20, 1902. Bertheau. Four-stroke petroleum motor.

•725,191. Apr. 14, 1903. Allsop. Petroleum engine.

♦728.873. May 26, 1903. Cundall. Oil engine.

733,417. July 14, 1903. Nicholson. Internal-cumbustion engine.

750,451. Jan. 26, 1904. Grant. Vaporizer for gas engine.

773,245. Oct 25, 1904. CappelL Colling motors.

♦860,630. July 23, 1907. Brady. Valve gear for internal-combustion engines.

•951,353. Mar. 8, 1910. Weller. Gas engine.

1.135.082. Apr. 13, 1915. Waite. Internal-combustion engine.

1.135.083. Apr. 13, 1915. Waite. Internal-combustion engine.
1,157,287. Bellem & Bregeras. Internal-combustion engine.
Re. 11,633. Oct 12, 1897. Gas engine and generator.

8UBCIASS 52, MULTIPLE CYLINDER.

♦1,128,717. Feb. 16, 1915. Ottaway. Carburetor.

1,159,985. Nov. 9, 1915. Orlopp. Fuel connection for internal-combustioa en-
gines.

StTBCLASS 73, TWO-CYCLE, BEAB-COMPBESSION CBANK CASE.

♦1,096,819. May 19, 1914. Ahlberg. Internal-combustion engine.
♦1,102,025. June 30, 1914. Ellis. Fuel injector for explosion engines.
♦1,139,364. May 11, 1915. Obergfell. Internal-combustion engine.

SUBCLASS 76, FOUB-CYCLE SCAVENGING.

1,146,864. July 20, 1915. Gibson. Internal-combustion engine.

SUBCLASS 98, SPEED BEGULATOBS, MANUALLY CONTBOLLED.

♦775,103. Nov. 15, 1904. Duryea. Internal-combustion engine.

♦872,138. Nov. 26, 1907. Mayer. Valve gear.

962,248. June 21, 1910. Rockwell. Mechanism for feeding fuel.

♦998,355. July 18, 1911. Lee. Carburetor for internal-combustion engines.

1,020,379. Mar. 12, 1912. Weiwoda. Throttle valve for carburetors.

♦1,029,685. June 18, 1912. Huff. Controlling mechanism for motor vehicles.

SUBCLASS 09, SPEED BEGX7LATOB8, COMBINED TYPES.

868,444. Aug. 16, 1887. Baldwin. Gas engine.
1,138,831. May 11, 1915. Baker et al. Internal-combustion engine.
♦1,153,364. Sept 14, 1915. Warner. Internal-combustion engine.
1,186,037. June 6, 1916. Purdy. Control system for Internal-combostlon ^
gines.

SUBCLASS 100, SPEED BEGULATOBS, CHABGE VOLUIOB PBOPOBTION VABYING.

406,683. Aug. 13, 1889. Baldwin. Gas engine.

♦862,574. Aug. 6, 1907. Messinger. Carburetor.

♦985,703. Feb. 28, 1911. Podlesak. Internal-combustion engine.



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'^1,014,S28. Jan. 9, 1912. Podlesak. Mixture-producing and speed-governing

device for gas engines.
'^1,064,514. June 10, 1913. Mees. Method of regulating and controlling the

valve motion in explosive motors.

SUBCLASS 101, SPEED BEGtTLATOBS, CHABOE VABYING AND OMimNO.

*754,001. Mar. 8, 1904. Mutel. Regulating device for engines.

BT7BCLA8S 102, SPEED REGT7LAT0BS, ELECTBICAL.

*727.565. May 12, 1903. Apple. Electric governor for gas engines.
1,089,47a Mar. 10, 1914. Kasley. Explosion motor.

SUBCLASS 103, SPEED BEGtTLATOBS, PNEUICATIC.

*626,120. May 80, 1899. Winton. Explosive engine.
663,183. Dec. 4, 1900. Millot. Speed governor for explosive engines.
762,965. June 21, 1904. Washburne. Feed mechanism for explosive engines.
782,244. Feb. 14, 1905. Haydon. Governor for explosion engines.
1,142,219. June 8, 1915. Zlegler. Governing and throttling device for internal-
combustion engines.

SUBCLASS 104, SPEED BBOULATOBS, SUPPLY PUMP, BBOULATIKO.

906,022. Dec. 8, 1908. Hesselmann. Fuel pump ofr reversible intemal-combu»-

tion engine.
1,017,591. Feb. 13, 1912. Rlgby. Method of governing internal-combustion

engines.
1,067,424. July 15, 1913. Hamke. Fuel pump for internal-combustion engines.
1,166,230. Dec 28, 1915. I^mp. Fuel pump.

SUBCLASS 106, CHABOE PBOPOBTION VABTINQ.

1,075,635. Oct 14, 1918. Elkln. Carburetor.

1,083,433. Jan. 6, 1914. Crist Explosion motor.

1,089,462. Mar. 10, 1914. Crist. Ebcplosion motor.

1,107,103. Aug. 11, 1914. Peaslee. Carburetor.

*1,144,549. June 29, 1915. Kane. Carbureting internal-combustion engines.

SX7BCLA88 108, THBOTTLINO.

♦882,170. Mar. 17, 1908. Schmidt Carburetor.

♦889,032. May 26, 1908. McClintock. Combined carburetor and governor for

internal-combustion engines.
♦1,105,142. July 28, 1914. Jager. Intemal«combustion engine.
1,130,103. Mar. 2, 1915. Plumm. Throttle valve for carburetors.
♦1,149,597. Aug. 10, 1915. Riker. Regulating means for internal-combustion

engines.

SUBCLASS 112, SUPFLT-VALVE BBOULATTNG.

♦599,87a Feb. 22, 1898. White. Gas-engine attachment

SUBCLASS 117, AUTOMATICALLT CONTBOLLED IGNITINO DEVICES.

1,163,692. Dec. 14, 1935. Royce. Controlling device for the electrical ignition
systems of internal-combustion engines.

SUBCLASS 128, CHABGB-FOBMUVO DEVICES, HBATINCk

276,075. Apr. 17, 1888. Quick. Tramway locomotive.

400,850. Apr. 2, 1889. Humes. Hydrocarbureted air engine.

407,961. July 30, 1889. McNett. Combined gas engine and carburetor.

♦573,762. Dec. 22, 1896. Charter. Gas engine.

♦657,738.' Sept 11, 1900. Jessen. Carburetor for explosive engine.

♦673,901. May 14, 1901. Bckhard. Mixer and vaporizer foi: gas engines.



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*676,285. June 11, 1901. Van Duzen. Spraying and vaporizing device for
crude-oil explosive engines.

♦759,001. May 3, 1904, Moliler. Carburetor for hydrocarbon engines.

766,530. Aug. 2, 1904. Salisbury. Apparatus for generation of gas.

776,982. Dec. 6, 1904. Anderson. Carbureting apparatus for explosive engines.

854,096. May 21, 1907. Levering. Gas engine.

862.377. Aug. 6, 1907. Bacon. Explosive engine.

900,083. Oct 6, 1908. . Gas engine.

916,999. Apr. 6, 1909. Chambers. Air heater for gasoline engines.

920,167. May 4, 1909. Mclntyre. Internal-combustion engine.

946,239. Jan. 11, 1910. Low et al. Internal-combustion engine.

967,117. Aug. 9, 1910. Durand. Means for cooling the cylinders of internal-
combustion engines.

968,002. Aug. 23, 1910. Utz. Induction conduit for explosion engines.

971,034. Sept. 27, 1910. Fuller. Air intake for carburetors.

972,547. Oct. 11, 1910. Law. Gas engine.

986,357. Mar. 7, 1911. Bullert. Hot-air Intake.

990,741. Apr. 25, 1911. Jacoba Fuel feeding means for explosive engines.

•994,658. June 6, 1911. Reichenbach. Carbureting system.

998,124. July 18, 1911. Scripps. Intake manifold.

1,032,937. July 16, 1912. Pierce. Carburetor heater.

1,035,614. Aug. 13, 1912. Ix)w et al. Vaporizing device for explosive engines.

1,048,576. Dec. 31, 1912. Page. Heating device for carburetors.

1,050,625. . Jan. 14, 1913. Dortch. Internal-combustion engine.

♦1,067,906. July 22, 1913. Esnault et al. Device for heating the carburetors
of combustion engines and more particularly for flying-machine engines.

1,078,919. Nov. 18, 1913. Hall. Internal-combustion engine.

1,083,673. Jan. 6, 1914. Ellis. Internal-combustion engine.

1,093,756. Apr. 21, 1914. Beasley. Device for heating charges for explosive
engines.

1,099,271. June 9, 1914. Sykora. Internal-combustion engine.

1,099,842. June 9, 1914. Cobb. Manifold construction for explosive engines.

1,009,862. June 9, 1914. Schroder. Method of operating internal-combustion
engines and preheating device therefor.

1,101,365. June 23, 1914. Weaver. Fuel heater for Internal-combustion en-
gines.

♦1,101,913. June 30, 1914. Fay. Internal-combustion engine.

♦1,103,451. July 14, 1914. Thorney. Combustion engine.

♦1,105,017. July 28, 1914. Bassford. Explosive engine.

1,106,452. Aug. 11, 1914. Ittner. Gasoline vaporizer.

♦1,106,881. Aug. 11, 1914. Marnyama. Internal-combustion engine.

1,109,628. Sept 1, 1914. Hallett. Rotary valve for explosive engines.

1,110,724. Sept 15, 1914. Stewart Carbureting means for use with heavy
fuels.

1,112,589. Oct. 6, 1914. Ashmusen. Internal-combustion engine.

1,124,157. Jan. 5, 1915. Low. Internal-combustion engine using liquid fuel.

1,124,916. Jan. 12, 1915. Knudson. Manifold for internal-combustion engines.

1,125,446. Jan. 19, 1915. Beasley. Device for heating charges for explosive
engines.

1,131,016. Mar. 9, 1915. Thornton et al. Air-heating device for explosive en-
gines.

1,133,712. Mar. 30, 1915. Doyle. Cooling system.

♦1,133,845. Mar. 30, 1915. Farnsworth. Explosive engine.

1,134,667. Api*. 6, 1915. Brooke. Internal-combustion engine.

1,135,074. Apr. 13, 1915. Taylor et al. Explosion engine.

1,135,113. Apr. 13, 1915. Hitchcock. Vapor heater for internal-combustion
engines.

♦1,137,057. Apr. 27, 1915. Halliday. Heavy-oil carbureting system for inter-
nal-combustion engines.

1,142,090. June 8, 1915. Griesbach. Vaporizer for internal-combustion en-
gines.

1,149,710. Aug. 10, 1915. Beck. Heavy-oil carburetor for explosive engines.

1,151,503. Aug. 24, 1915. Wilesmith. Apparatus for heating the combustible
charges of internal-combustion engines.

1,152,744. Sept. 7, 1915. McNutt. Revaporizer for internal-combustion en-
gines.

1,159,446. Nov. 9, 1915. Watts. Carburetor.



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1,100402. Not. 16, 1915. Nelson. Carburetor wanner.

1,168,111« Jan. 11, 1915. Pope. Fnel-heating apparatus for intemal-combua-
tlon engines.

1,170,887. reb. 1, 1916. Robinson et al. Air heater for carburetors.

♦1.171,145. Feb. 8, 1915. Lachs. Carburetor.

1,178,276. Apr. 4, 1916. Straubel. Fuel-heating device for internal-combustion
engines.

•1,178,972. Apr. 11, 19ia Tracy. Charge-forming device for Internal-com-
bustion engines.

1,180,176. Apr. 18, 1916. Moreton. Carbureting apparatus.

1,190,129. July 4, 1916. DuBois. Carburetor heater.

♦1,190,592. July 11, 1916. Roraback. Manifold for gas engines.

SUBCIASS 128, CHABOB-FOBMING DEVICES, GOVERNOB-CONTBOLLBD.

371,849. Oct. 18, 1887. Lister et al. Petroleum motor.

397,517. Feb. 12, 1889. Prlestman. Method of working hydrocarbureted air
engines.

509,462. Nov. 28, 1893. Caps. Carburetor for gas engines.

♦552,263. Dec. 31, 1895. Roth. Generator for gas engines.

580,387. Apr. 13, 1897. Ellis. Explosive engine.

♦583,508. June 1, 1897. Raymond. Gas engine.

♦596,809. Jan. 4, 1898. Guyer. Gas engine.

♦614,114. Nov. 15, 1898. Lefebre. Oil or similar motor.

638,440. Dec. 5, 1899. BrlUie. Combined distributor and regulator for ex-
plosive engines.

♦659,095. Oct. 2, 1900. Olsen. Gasoline engine.

♦671,714. Apr. 9, 1901. Wolfe. Governing device for gasoline engines.

686,554. Nov. 12, 1901. Steams. Speed regulator for explosive engines.

♦709,126. Sept. 16, 1902. Yanduzen. Vaporizing device for explosive engines.

722,671. Mar. 17, 1903. ' Burger. Gas engine

♦722,672. Mar. 17, 1903. Burger. Valve for gas engines.

♦729,377. May 26, 1903. Meister et al. Combined governor and gas and air
mixer for explosive engines.

731,999. June 23, 1903. Hagan. Carburetor and governor for hydrocarbon
engines.

♦734,421. July 21, 1903. Krebs. Fuel governor for oil engines.

♦735,483. Aug. 4, 1903. Hydrocarbon mixer and regulator for engines.

♦779,490. Jan. 10, 1905. McKaig. Mixing apparatus for explosion or gasoline
engines.

♦782,471. Feb. 14, 1905. Sterne et al. Internal-combustion engine.

♦788,748. May 2, 1905. Bauer. Gas and oil engine.

♦794,192. July 11, 1905. Seal. Internal-combustion engine.

806,512. Dec. 5, 1905. Abraham. Carburetor for hydrocarbon engines.

863,916. Aug. 20, 1907. Gronvelle et al. Speed regulator for internal-combus-
tion engines.

♦876,519. Jan. 14, 1908. Brothers. Charge forming device for internal com-
bustion engines.

♦885,598. Apr. 21, 1908. Frost Internal-combustion engine.

904,960. Nov. 24, 1908. Hukle. Carburetor and mixer.

♦955,218. Apr. 19, 1910. Smith. Carburetor.

970,429. Sept. 13, 1910. Davis. Carburetor for internal-combustion engines.

1,075,635. Oct. 14, 1913. Elkln. Carburetor.

♦1,076,268. Oct. 21, 1913. Carpenter. Carburetor regulating mechanism.

♦1,123,508. Jan. 5, 1915. Farrell. Carburetor.

1,133,679. Mar. 30, 1915. Taylor. Governor for internal-combustion engine.

♦1,151,156. Aug. 24, 1915. Bingaman. Carburetor.

♦1,154,530. Sept. 21, 1915. Merrlam et al. Carburetor.

♦1,155,094. Sept. 28, 1915. Podlesak. Mixture-reducing device and speed gov-
ernor.

1,170,199. Feb. 1, 1916. Ver Planck. Governing mechanism for Internal-
combustion engines.

SUBCLASS 124, CHABOE-FOBMIKO DEVICES, AUTOMATIC DILUTION.

642371. Feb. 6, 1900. New. Heavy oil engine.

♦751,434. Feb. 2, 1904. Napier et al. Carburetor for petrol motors.

823,185. June 12, 1906. Miller. Air valve for gas engines.



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'^881,882. Sept 25, 1906. Coffin. Carburetor for hydrocarbon engines.

*888,065. Dec. 11, 1906. Cook. Carburetor for explosive engines.

♦844,894. Feb. 19, 1907. Renault. Carburetor.

871,361. Nov. 19, 1907. Reineking. Air intake regulator for carburetors.

878,077. Feb. 4, 1908. Longuemare.

891,936. June 80, 1908. Jordanet et al. Carburetor.

894,286. July 28, 1908. Reineking. Air intake and regulator for carburetors.

906,039. Dec. 8, 1908. Le Plain. Automatic double air inlet for carburetors.

939,549. Nov. 9, 1909. Reineking. Reed air-intake regulator for carburetors.

943,996. Dec. 21, 1909. Reineking. Reed air-intake regulator for carburetors

♦997,232. July 4. 1911. Bowers. Carburetor.

1,050,200. Jan. 14, 1913. Aubery. Auxiliary air inlet device for internal-com-
bustion engines.

1,086,112. Feb. 3, 1914. Winkler. Mixture regulator.

1,088,302. Feb. 24, 1914. Scudder. Automatic air valve for gas manifolds.

1,117,676. Nov. 17, 1914. Johnson. Automatic carburetor air supply regulator.

1,117,993. Nov. 24, 1914. Frazier. Automatic valve.

1,142,194. June 8, 1915. Morgan. Auxiliary valve for internal-combustion
engines.

1,142,779. Jtme 8, 1915. Umbarger. Gas-saving appliance.

♦1,143,230. June 15, 1915. Root. Air-controlled device for gas enginea

1,168,309. Jan. 18, 1916. Keiffer. Auxiliary valve for internal-combustion
engines.

1,171,457. Feb. 15, 1916. Oldham. Air controller for explosive engines.

♦1,189,786. July 4, 1916. Byrnes. Thermostatlc-control device for explosive
engines.

SUBCLASS 125, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, OIL INTERBUPTING.

370,242. Sept. 20, 1887. Charter. Gas engine.

SUBCLASS 126, CHABGE-FOBMINO DEVICES, MOVABLE CABBmL

550,410. Nov. 26, 1895. Hardina. Gas generator.

712,42. Nov. 4, 1902. Jeffery. Carburetor for explosive engines.

1,184,779. May 30, 1916. Shaw. Aerating fuel pump for explosive motors.

SUBCLASS 127, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, MULTIPLE OIL SUPPLY.

♦1,105,016. July 28, 1914. Bassford. Explosive engine.
♦1.110,438. Sept. 15, 1914. Gore. Internal-combustion engine.
1,115,967. Nov. 3, 1914. Papenbrok. Attachment for explosive engines.
1,121,135. Dec. 15, 1914. Schmid. Internal-combustion engine.
1,180,169. Apr. 18, 1916. Marhenke. Fuel-injecting device for internal-cos^-
bustion engines.

SUBCLASS 128, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, CONSTANT OIL 8X7PPLT.

665,665. Jan. 8, 1901. Solomon. Gas engine.
670,945. Apr. 2, 1901. Ash. Vaporizing device for gas engines.
731,001. June 16, 1903. Williams. Explosive engine.
1.189,338. July 4, 1916. Askew. Internal-combustion engine.

SUBCLASS 129, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, VALVE-CONTBOLLED OIL.

♦418,029. Dec. 24, 1889. Korting. Automatic valve and ignitor for gas engines.

♦598,832. Feb. 8, 1898. Winton. Explosive engine.

♦748,990. Jan. 5, 1904. Segner. Feed regulator for gasoline engines.

♦795.273. July 25, 1905. Essner. Carburetor.

♦868,392. Oct. 15, 1907. Allsop. Petroleum engine.

♦877,753. Jan. 28, 1908. Ash. Gas engine.

♦887,422. May 12, 1908. Power. Mixing valve for internal-combustion engines.

SUBCLASS 180, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, VALVE-CONTBOLLED OIL, POSITIVELT-

OPEBATEO.

♦617,344. Mar. 27, 1894. Lambert. Carburetor.

731.547. June 23, 1903. Come et al. Carburetor for explosion motors.

827,303. July 31, 1906. Goodspeed. Valve gear for internal-combustion ea-

gines.
1,159,178. Nov. 2, 1916. Cook. Injector.



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8T7BCLA88 188, CHABOB-FOBMINO DEVICES, OUrEVAPOBATXNO.

89,448. Aug. 4, 1883. Eratze. Improvements in gas engines.
881,078. Nov. 24, 1885. Nash. Explosive-vapor engine.
835,462. Feb. 2, 1886. Lenoir. Gas engine.

480,535. Aug. 9, 1892. Weatherhogg. Petroleum or simUar engine.
577,189. Feb. 16, 1897. Lewis. Vapor engine.
606,504. June 28, 1898. Bonton. Explosive engine.
♦635,298. Oct. 24,1899. Cauda. Carburetor.
784,676. Mar. 14, 1905. Hiltscher. Carburetor for gas engines.
785,808. Mar. 28, 1905. Keating. Carburetor for hydrocarbon engines.
♦844,900. Feb. 19, 1907. Smith. Carburetor.

♦858,046. June 25, 1907. Westerndorp. Vaporizer for explosive engines.
868,246. Oct 15, 1907. Bates. Generating oil gas for explosive engines.
879,659. Feb. 18, 1908. Low. Hydrocarbon motor.

934,599. Sept. 21, 1909. Flint. Apparatus for vaporizing hydrocarbon oils.
1,110,807. Sept 15, 1914. Lucke. Vaporhcer for Internal-combustion engines.
1,111,140. Sept. 22, 1914. Deering. Gas-generating system.
1,156,780. Oct. 12, 1915. Honnold. Combined fuel and cooling system for ve-
hicle engines.

SUBCLASS 184, CHABQE-FOBMING DEVICES, OEL-EVAPOEATTNQ, BTTBIOBBQED AIB STTFPLT.

499,597. June 18, 1898. Salomon. Carburetor.

642,562. Jan. 80, 1900. Probert Vaporizer for gas engines.

SUBCLASS 186, CHABOB-FOBMINO DEVICES, EXTENDED OIL FILM.

406,540. July 9, 1889. Schlitz. Hydrocarbon engine.

651,017. June 5, 1900. Marne. Carburetor.

685.504. Oct 29, 1901. Bole et al. Carburetor.

♦947,633. Jan. 25, 1910. Brady. Internal-combustion engine.

1,185,224. May 30, 19ia Manley. Internal-combustion engine.

SUBCLASS 186, CHABOE-FOBMING DEVICES, OIL-FEEDINQ.

200,970. Mar. 5, 1878. Brady. Improvement in gas engines.

496,751. May 2, 1893. Schumm. Apparatus for supplying oil or other liquids
under pressure.

609,830. Nov. 28, 1893. Seek. Hydrocarbon motor.

645,458. Mar. 13, 1900. . Oil-distributing means for oil engines.

652,470. June 2C, 1900. Cascades et al. Explosive engines.

686,287. Nov. 12, 1901. Grenter. Feed mechanism for gasoline or like en-
gines.

♦709,428. Sept. 16, 1902. Warring. Hydrocarbon feeder tor explosive engines.

752,181. Feb. 16, 1904. Ronan. Raw liquid fuel measurer for explosive en-
gines.

817,671. Apr. 10, 1906. Rosseau et al. Oil engine.

♦849,048. Apr. 2, 1907. Cable. Fuel feed for hydrocarbon engines.

890,522. June 9, 1008. MacKaskie. Charge-supplying means for internal-com-
bustion engines.

033,325. Sept 7, 1909. McCartey. Fuel feeder for internal-combustion engine.

973,880. Oct. 25, 1910. Rammen. Auxiliary liquid hydrocarbon tank for inter-
nal-combustion engine.

997,136. July 4, 1911. Johnston. Device for supplying oil to internal-combus-
tion engine.

1,002,626. Sept 5, 1911. Baltezor. Internal-combustion engine.

1,011,931. Dec. 19, 1911. Farquharson. Force-feed carburetor.

1,036,424. Aug. 20, 1912. Bellem et al. Pump feeding mechanism for internal-
combustion engines.

1,049,815. Jan. 7, 1913. Day et al. Starting mechanism for internal-combus-
tion engines.

1,095,763. May 5, 1914. Winton. Fuel-supply system for automobiles.

♦1,106,116. Aug. 4, 1914. Schneider. Charge-forming device for internal-
combustion engines.

1,112,975. Oct 6, 1914. Bush. OU-distributing mechanism.

1,154,994. Sept. 28, 1915. Lasche. Fuel-supply system for engines.

1,189,096. June 27, 1916. Grunwald. Pumping apparatus.



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SUBCLASS 137, CHABQS-FOBMINQ DEVICES, OIL FEEDING, BECIFBOCATING.

650,266. May 22, 1900. McDuff. Feed for explosion engines.
664,381. Jan. 1, 1901. Thornton et al. 011-feedlng device for explosion en-
gines.
722,431. Mar. 10, 1903. Packard. Hydrocarbon motor.
880,502. Mar. 3, 190a Boyler. Carburetor for explosion engines.

8T7BCLASS 138, CHABOE-FOBMING DEVICES, OIL FEEDING, SOTABY.

580,444. Apr. 13, 1897. Baker. Gas engine.

626,840. June 13, 1899. MacOallum. Apparatus for Injecting fuel Into com-
bustion chambers of Internal-combustion engines.
770,731. Sept. 27. 1904. Anderson. Feed valve for explosive engines.
1,177,216. Mar. 28, 1916. Summers. Carburetor.
1,180,334. Apr. 25, 1916. Summers. Carburetor.
1,188,572. June 27, 1916. Summers. Carburetor. ^

SUBCLASS 139, CHASGE-FOBMINO DEVICES, PUMPS.

774,034. Nov. 1, 1904. Brlllle. Fuel-feeding mechanism for Internal-combustion

motors.
1,011,931. Dec. 19, 1911. Farquharson. Force-feed carburetor.

SUBCLASS 140, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, GOVEBNOB CONTBOL.

970,429. Sept. 13, 1910. Davis. • Carburetor for Internal-combustion engines,

SUBCLASS 141, CHABGE-FOBMING DEVICES, MIXING DEVICES.

650,736. May 29, 1900. Sutton. Explosive engine.

♦ 755,093. Mar. 22, 1904. Wright. Vaporizer for hydrocarbon engines.

♦ 868,707. Oct. 22, 1907. Schneider. Carburetor.

948,402. Feb. 8, 1910. Preston. Vaporizing and mixing device.
•970,251. Sept. 13, 1910. Martha. Internal-combustion engine.
1,012,380. Dec. 19, 1911. Loose. Mixer for Internal-combustion engines.
1,031,753. July 9, 1912. Westaway. Mixer for internal-combustion engines oi

the. like.
1,051,369. Jan. 21, 1913. Heath. Charge-mixing device for gas engines.
1,103,931. July 21. 1914. Bennett. Intake manifold.

SUBCLASS 142, CHABOE-FOBMING DEVICES, SAFETY DEVICES.

434,695. Aug. 19, 1890. Barrett et al. Gas or vapor engine attachment.
928,710. July 20, 1909. SvagelL Carburetor.

SUBCLASS 180, COMBUSTIBLE MIXTX7BE SUPPLY STABTING DEVICES.

882,597. Mar. 24, 1908. Walker. Starting device for Internal-combustion en

glnes.
892,544. July 7, 1908. Odenbrett. Engine starter.
920,515. May 4, 1909. Nagora. Starting device for explosive engines.
921,995. May 18, 1909. Jackson. Auxiliary starting device for automobiles.
960,690. June 7, 1910. Pagelsen. Starting device for explosive engines.
969,815. Sept. 13, 1910. Walker. Starting device for Internal-combustlor

engines.
983,168. Jan. 31, 1911. Sackrlder. Starter for Internal-combustion engines.
985,011. Feb. 21, 1911. Daniels et al. Gas-engine starter.
990,135. Apr. 18, 1911. Hunt. Engine starter. .
1,000,595. Aug. 15, 1911. Gibbon. Starting device for Internal-combustloi

engines.
♦1,014.988. Jan. 16, 1912. Hlnkley. Carburetor.
♦1,039,229. Sept. 24, 1912. Walker. Carburetor.
1,051,122. Jan. 21, 1913. Krayer. Means for supplying explosive mixture t

explosive engines.
1,161,536. May 13, 1913. Fuhrer. Gasoline engine starter.
1,080,773. Dec. 9, 1913. Myers. Engine starter.
1,081,534. Dec. 16, 1913. Priming attachment for explosive engines.
1,088,792. Mar. 3, 1914. Perkins. Explosive engine priming mechanism.
1,100,091. June 16, 1914. Pennington. Engine starter.



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1,102,091. June 80. 1914. Sbockley et al. Starting mechanism for internal-
combustion engines.

1,102,475. July 7, 1914. Cochran. Means for creating and supplying explosive
mixture to explosive engines.

1,117,141. Nov. 10, 1914. Smith. Explosive mixture heater and dUuter.

1,157,868. Ck:t. 26, 1915. Higgins. Carburetor.

1,164,357. Dec. 14, 1915. Kaufmann. Primer.

CLASS 2C1, GAS AND UQUID CONTACT APPARATUS.

BUBCUkSS 10, WITH HEATINQ OB COOUNG, INTEBCH ANQING.

K»,653. May 14, 1907. Stewart Gasifler.

SUBCLASS 12, WITH HEATING OB COOLING, HEATINQ.

)00,954. Oct. 30, 1900. Hayes. Fuel vaporizer and mixer for explosive en-
gines and other uses.

rr2,500. Apr. 23, 1901. Van Duzen. Vaporizing device for crude oil explosive
engines.

►733,695. July 14, 1903. Charron & Gerardot. Pulverizing carburetor for
petroleum motors.

^817,051. Apr. 3, 1906. Dorman. Carburetor for explosive motors 'and engines.

)09,897. Jan. 19, 1909. Hertzberg. External electrical vaporizer for combus-
tion engines.

SUBCLASS 18, WITH HEATINQ OB COOLING, HEATING, GAB*.

'668,953. Feb. 26, 1901. Dawson. Vaporizing device for explosive engines.
'Re. 12,322. Feb. 28, 1905. Dawson. Vaporizing device for explosive engines.

SUBCLASS 10, WFTH HEATING OB COOLING, HEATING, LIQUID.

'804,589. Nov. 14, 1905. Enrico. Carburetor for explosion motors.

SUBCLASS 26, FLUID DISTBIBX7TI0N, PUMPING, AUTOMATIC GONTBOL.

70,927. Jan. 23, 1883. Brayton. Regulating the supply of oil to vapor engines.

SUBCLASS 88, FLUID DISTBIBUTION, VALVED.

993,516. May 30, 1911. Gentle. Carburetor.

96,018. June 20, 1911. Heine. Carburetor and relief valve for explosive
engines.

SX7BCLAB8 41, FLUID DI8TBIBUTI0N, VALVED, MULTIPLE JET, PBOGBESSIVE.

318,853. Apr. 24, 1906. Renault. Carburetor.

SUBCLASS 44, FLUID DI8TBIBUTI0N, VALVED, MULTIPLE VALVES, CONNECTED.

r51,913. Feb. 9, 1904. Haynes and Apperson. Carbureting device for explo-



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