(1) The plans required to be kept by subsection (1) of section 8 of the Ordinance shall be revised at least once in every three months and shall-
(a) show all sample points and the assayed value in respect of each mineral taken by way of a sample from each such point; (L.N. 155 of 1963)
(b) show the position of all sample pits and boreholes, the depth to bedrock in the case of each and the overall value in respect of each mineral;
(c) show all natural watercourses and prominent topographical features;
(d) be to a scale of 1:2000, 1:1000 or 1:500, which scale shall be delineated on the plan. (L.N. 87 of 1986)
(2) Plans submitted in respect of a mining lease shall, in addition show-
(a) all watercourses, dams and reservoirs;
(b) all buildings;
(c) railways and excavations;
(d) intersection of underground workings; and
shall be to a scale of 1:500 in the case of underground plans and sections.
(3) The scales prescribed in this regulation may be varied in writing in any particular case by the Superintendent of Mines.
(4) The Superintendent of Mines may require copies of plans supplied in accordance with subsection (1) of section 8 of the Ordinance to be certified in accordance with regulation 35.