The transmission line would cost somewhere about $15,000. So, this great cry about Brockville wanting a transmission line to get power does not seem so important. I understand there is not a horse-power available at Cornwall without further development, but that it is possible, at Mille Roches, to put in more units and develop more power at once. 1 believe they have that right, subject to federal authority. They aTe not allowed to increase the current in the canal to affect navigation, but I understand that at the present time they have not another horsepower to spare. Within the last year and a half the president wrote to the people applying for power that he had not a horsepower to spare. I am giving here what I understand to be facts, but I do not know them of my own personal knowledge. I would suggest, as this question has resolved itself into a legal question-for it is a question as to the effect of this Bill coupled with the other Bill-the Prime Minister should allow time for further consideration. I do not have the privilege of suggesting to him many things, but I would suggest to him now that this matter should be referred to a special committee of legal gentlemen who wrould settle on the effect of this Bill coupled with the other. There are things in this Bill which I would be obliged to object to. For instance, they propose to get the right of way by securing easements. That is, they will go to a farmer and get a few square feet to erect a tower. But this means ingress and egress.