A letter from C.J. Brown, City Clerk, to the Committee on Finance, informing them that the Committee on Health has given the Chief Health Inspector full power to increase the wages of garbage collectors if needed during the strike.
A letter from T.H. Hooper, Operating Superintendent of the Waterworks Department, to M. Peterson, Secretary of the Committee on Finance, informing him that there were no volunteers working in his (Hooper's) department during the strike.
A letter from Alderman R.H. Hamlin, Chairman of the Food Committee, to the Committee on Finance, requesting that gratuities be paid to three Health Department employees, A. Barclay, A.W. Foote, and G. Mintes, for their extra work during the strike.
A letter from C.J. Brown, City Clerk, to the Committee on Finance, enclosing a letter received form W.P. Brereton, City Engineer, explaining that Robert Thomas Murdock, a Domestic Waterworks employee, was assaulted for remaining at his post during the General Strike.
A letter from M. Peterson, Secretary of the Committee on Finance, to W.P. Brereton, City Engineer, informing him that the Committee has authorized payment to Robert Thomas Murdock, Domestic Waterworks staff, as he had not been able to return to his job due to injuries sustained during the General Strike.
A letter from the Committee on Finance to H.A. Robson, Chairman of the Board of Commerce for the Dominion of Canada, containing a report from J.H. Pearson, Chief Health Inspector, regarding the quantity and value of the food destroyed between May 15 and July 31, 1919, including that resulting from the General Strike.