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September 16, 2003

Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. has received results of the first five holes drilled as part of the current drill program at the company’s Morrison/Hearne Hill property 65km north-east of Smithers BC. The Morrison property is held under option from Noranda Inc.

The location and assay results for holes MO-03-83 through MO-03-87 are shown in the following tables. All intersections represent drill core length. The holes were located in order to close off the northern edge of the Morrison deposit. Holes MO-03-83 and MO-03-87 (drilled on Section 9540N) both intersected the northern edge of the Central Copper Zone. Both holes passed through the East Fault and ended in the unmineralized sediments on the north-east side of the Morrison copper/gold deposit.

Holes MO-03-84, MO-03-85 and MO-03-86 were drilled on the next section to the north (9620N). They achieved their purpose – to close off the northern edge of the deposit. Because they were drilled tangentially to the arcuate shaped margin of the copper zone, they intersected both the pyrite halo and the edge of the copper mineralization of the Central Zone

The locations given are from field measurements. Hole locations will be surveyed and the drill hole location map updated on our website –

Chris J. Sampson, P.Eng.
Pacific Booker Minerals Inc.

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