A letter from Morris A. Colman of T. Bowers MacDermott and Morris A. Colman Publicity Specialists, offering their services as an advertising firm to help repair Winnipeg's image, which they claim has been damaged by the ongoing General strike.
A letter from Chris Newton, Acting Chief of Police, to the Board of Police Commissioners, recommending sums of money to be paid as bonuses to specific employees who continued to work during the General Strike.
Several pages from a bound volume of the minutes of the Board of Police Commissioners between 23 May and 26 June 1919 (page 80: May 23; page 88: May 29; pages 115-116: June 9; pages 125-126: June 11; page 155: June 25; page 156: June 26). Some of the pages have copies of other records pasted to them from other dates. The pages are excerpts and, as a result, some pages contain information that is either continued from the previous page or continues on the next, but is not included. These excerpts were selected by the Winnipeg Police Museum and deal primarily with staffing during the General Strike, including the dismissal of and reinstatement of employees, and the Slave Pact loyalty pledge.
A letter from Chris Newton, Acting Chief of Police, to the Board of Police Commissioners, recommending it approve the reinstatement of 3 former employees who had reapplied following the General Strike.