day lie would have given me reasonable notice of his intention just as he had to give notice in January of the question he then asked. While this particular question is certainly of importance and requires attention, it is a recognized rule of the House that if an hon. member desires information, or to precipitate a discussion in regal'd to any matter he shall give notice of his intention so to do. I take it that my hon. friend is not anxious to get an answer to this particular question at this particular time. I can only say that so far as my memory goes the city of Calgary has not communicated with the department asking that these lots be handed over to tlie city. When the city does make such a request, it will receive every consideration at the hands of the department.