From: The Mixed-Up Files of ACME Crime

To: ACME Detectives

Recently I've discovered something decisively important to the future of ACME Crime. Now, I know that some of you will express outrage and ask yourself, who let a thing like this happen? But that's not important now. What is important is that we ordered too many of those paper cards that we use to label the cabinets.

Now, I know that you think that this is a bum job for a detective, but just think a minute. Sooner or later, the city is gonna audit us, and then if they find that we haven't used all of these labels, it means fewer requisitions next year, and, you guessed it, pretty soon ACME Crime completely dissolves and rampant crime ravages this quiet little town.

I'm counting on you to not let this happen. Figure out how to use the extra cards. Then give us a call. Your answer is vital to our finances.

Oh, and rearrange those file cabinets, while you're at it. Some of the drawers were overcrowded. They don't hold many things, as you recall.

If you're having trouble, give us a call and we'll help you sort it out.

The objects from the drawers are randomly ordered below:

Item1 Item2 Item3 Item4 Item5 Item6
Item7 Item8 Item9 Item10 Item11
Item12 Item13 Item14 Item15 Item16
Item17 Item18 Item19 Item20 Item21
Item22 Item23 Item24 Item25 Item26

Archivist's Note: The content above was found in this folder and doesn't seem to quite correspond to the way the puzzle was presented to the solvers at hunt time, as seen in the following image: