One other point on which I wanted to get information was as to the number of wells, but I understand my hon. friend cannot get that without a good deal of inconvenience, so I shall not bother him about it. I understand that the number of wells is practically the same; that is fairly common ground. I would also suggest that my hon. friend bring down the report of Dr. Hanna and-perhaps of greater importance in view of the position of the industry at present and of the fact that this is perhaps the last opportunity for looking into something which will shortly disappear unless attention is given to it-the report of the other government emissary who was sent to look over the ground. If these reports are brought down I shall be quite content.
which has just been read refers not to the total production of oil in Alberta but simply to the portion upon which bounty was payable. Of course, we produce much more than that, but on account of the conditions as to specific gravity our actual oil production is not fully indicated in these figures. I think we should have a bounty on all we produce and that that condition should not obtain in our case.