32. In unsurveyed territory where there is no wood from which stakes conformable to the requirements of section 31 can be made, the staker may mark the corners of the claims by means of wooden or metal stakes one metre and twenty-five centimetres high above the ground and at least two centimetres in diameter, on which he shall mark the date of the staking and to each of which he shall fasten securely a metal plate bearing the number of the stake, the number of the claim and the number of his prospector’s licence.
Such stakes shall be kept in place by a pile of stone or earth at least seventy-five centimetres in diameter and fifty centimetres high.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 34, s. 34; 1977, c. 60, s. 66.