A letter from the Acting Premier to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, enclosing a letter sent from the Premier to F.G. Tipping, President of the Trades and Labor Council,on May 19, inviting him and his organization to a negotiation meeting.
A letter from Alderman J.K. Sparling, Chair of the Committee on Fire, Water, Light, and Power, to Frank R. Morris regarding his request for compensation for his work as a volunteer firefighter during the strike.
A handwritten draft of a report compiled by the City Clerk's Office, combining reports of individual departments into a single list of employees who were displaced by the strike. This version is only one page long, incomplete, and written in pencil.
A letter from G.F. Richards, Secretary to the Board of Police Commissioners, to M. Peterson, Secretary of the Committee on Finance, enclosing a letter he (Richards) sent to the City Comptroller regarding the settlement payment of $5000 to ex Police Chief Donald MacPherson.
By-law number 10589, It amending By-law number 10020 (pensions of civic employees) to provide those who participated in the General Strike credit for their employment prior to the strike, rather than having to start over as new employees.
A report from J.H. Pearson, Chief Health Inspector, to F.O. Fowler, Acting Mayor, regarding the quantity and value of food stuffs destroyed during the General Strike and the month that followed. A report on the same from May 15 to June 31, 1918 is included for comparison.