1. Is a person named Donald Hunt in the office of the President of the Privy Council?
2. If not, is the name Donald Hunt used as a pen name by a person actually employed in the said office when signing communications to the public press eulogizing the President of the Privy Council?
3. If the said name is so used, what are the duties and the salary of the person using it?
4. Was the article published in the Toronto Globe, of April 26, 1918, under the heading of "Record of Important Deeds by Canada's War Committee," and stated to be contributed by Donald Hunt, actually written and sent to the Toronto Globe by Mr. Main Johnson, the Private Secretary of the President of the Privy Council?
Subtopic: DONALD HUNT.