1. Did the government give permission for a representative of the Seamen's Union to proceed overseas and to visit the fighting front?
2. If so, what was his name?
3. Did the government give permission to C. H. Millard to proceed overseas and to visit the fighting front?
4. In granting these privileges, did the government impose any restrictions as to what these men would be permitted to say upon their return to Canada?
Subtopic: PERMISSION TO VISIT OVERSEAS FIGHTING FRONT- SEAMEN'S UNION-C. H. MILLARD