Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 17641

Property Name Buttle Lake
NAD 83
49° 32' 33.00'' N, 125° 34' 18.00'' W
49.5425, -125.571667
UTM: Easting 313963, Northing 5490944, Zone 10 (North)
NAD 27
49° 32' 33.42'' N, 125° 34' 13.56'' W
49.542616, -125.570434
UTM: Easting 314047, Northing 5490734, Zone 10 (North)
NTS 092F12E
BCGS 092F053
Mining Divisions Alberni
Mining Camp Buttle Lake Camp
Title Diamond Drilling Report on the Buttle Lake Property
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 151
Statements of Work 0000055
Affidavit Date 1988-05-11
Off Confidential 1989-05-11
Claims X 1-2
General Work Categories Drilling
Operators Cream Silver Mines
Owners Cream Silver Mines
Authors Tomlinson, S.
MINFILE Nos 092F 198
Commodities Gold, Silver
Work Done
Drilling Diamond surface 4 hole(s); NQ; 2164.0 m
Geochemical Sampling/assaying 92 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Silver, Gold, Copper, Lead, Zinc
Physical Reclamation 0.0 ha
Related Report(s) 16747
File(s) 17641.pdf
Geological Summary
The claims cover the southern part of the Buttle Lake structural uplift in which Paleozoic Sicker Group rocks are bounded on the east and west by Upper Triassic Karmutsen Formation mafic volcanics and Lower-Middle Jurassic Island Intrusions granite respectively. The Sicker Group rocks include felsic and intermediate flows, tuffs and agglomerates which are overlain by Pennsylvanian Buttle Lake Formation limestones and lesser cherts in the eastern claims area. Massive sulphide boulders with high copper, zinc and silver values have been observed along Price Creek.