119. When a mining concession in unsurveyed territory borders on a lake or river, or comprises a portion of a lake or river, it shall be subject, in all cases, to the rights of the public on navigable and floatable waters.
Along the edge of such lakes or rivers, the Crown also reserves for itself a right for a road on a strip ten metres in width which is included in the reserve of five per cent.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 34, s. 124; 1977, c. 60, s. 86.