§ Mr. EDEN
The names and emoluments of British Consular officers in Morocco are as follow:
£ a year. Tangier: Mr. Consul-General Gurney 2,695 Mr. Vice-Consul Gardener 838 Mr. Vice-Consul Forester 626 Mr. Acting Vice-Consul Irving. 565 Tetuan: Mr. Consul Chafy 1,445 Laraiche: Mr. Vice-Consul Forde — Rabat: Mr. Consul-General Edmonds 2,725 Mr. Vice-Consul Wikeley 830 Casablanca: Mr. Consul Bird 2,060 Mr. Vice-Consul Broome 990 Mr. Vice-Consul Ellison 1,065 Mazagan: Mr. Vice-Consul Spinney (acting allowance) 275 Marrakesh: Mr. Vice-Consul Cook 770 Saffi: Mr. Vice-Consul Webb — Mogador: Mr. Vice-Consul de Gruchy — Fez: Mr. Vice-Consul King 960
Mr. Forde, Mr. Spinney, Captain Webb and Major de Gruchy are not Consular officers of the established salaried service. His Majesty enjoys extra-territorial judicial rights and other special treaty privileges throughout Morocco, except at Tangier, and it is therefore necessary to maintain Consular Courts in most towns of importance in that country. The Consular establishment in Morocco is therefore somewhat larger than it would otherwise be. The total net cost of the Consular Service in Morocco is at present at the rate of £19,000 a year.