6th Philippine Legislature

The Sixth Philippine Legislature was the meeting of the legislature of the Philippines under the sovereign control of the United States from 1922 to 1925.

6th Philippine Legislature
October 27, 1922 – February 8, 1925
Governor-GeneralLeonard Wood
Senate
Senate PresidentManuel L. Quezon
Senate President pro temporeSergio Osmeña (Nacionalista)
Majority leaderFrancisco Enage
Members24
House of Representatives
Members93

MembersEdit

Philippine SenateEdit

District Senator Party
1st District   Santiago Fonacier
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Isabelo delos Reyes
Nacionalista Colectivista
2nd District   Alejo Mabanag
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
  Camilo Osías
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
3rd District   Santiago Lucero
Demócrata
  Teodoro Sandiko
Demócrata
4th District   Pedro Guevarra1
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Emiliano Tria Tirona
Demócrata
5th District   Antero S. Soriano
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista Colectivista
6th District   Juan B. Alegre
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Vicente de Vera
Nacionalista Colectivista
7th District   Jose Ma. Arroyo
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Jose Hontiveros
Demócrata
8th District   Espiridion Guanco
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Hermengildo Villanueva
Nacionalista Colectivista
9th District   Francisco D. Enage
Nacionalista Colectivista
  Tomas Gomez
Nacionalista Colectivista
10th District   Celestino Rodriguez
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
  Sergio S. Osmeña, Sr.
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
11th District   Jose A. Clarin
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
  Francisco Soriano
Nacionalista Unipersonalista
12th District   Hadji Butu2
Demócrata
  Teofisto Guingona, Sr.2
Demócrata
^1 Appointed Resident Commissioner to the United States Congress on March 4, 1923. Ramon J. Fernandez was elected in a Special Election held on October 3, 1923, to complete the unexpired term of Pedro Guevarra
^2 Appointed by the Governor-General of the Philippines, per Act No. 2711 enacted on March 10, 1917.

House of RepresentativesEdit

Province District Assemblyman
Abra
Lone
Adolfo Brillantes
Albay
1st
Agapito Buenconsejo
2nd
Pedro Martinez Jimeno
3rd
Mariano Ope Marbella
Antique
Lone
Ramon Maza
Bataan
Lone
Antonio G. Llamas
Batanes
Lone
Claudio Castillejos
Batangas
1st
Antonio de las Alas
2nd
Rafael Villanueva
3rd
Claro M. Recto
Bohol
1st
Fermin Torralba
2nd
Cornelio G. Sarigumba
3rd
Teodoro Abueva
Bulacan
1st
Jose Padilla
2nd
Norberto C. Manikis
Cagayan
1st
Miguel Concepcion Nava
2nd
Proceso Sebastian
Camarines Norte
Lone
Jose D. Zeñarosa
Camarines Sur
1st
Ramon B. Felipe
2nd
Sulpicio V. Cea
Capiz
1st
Manuel Roxas3
2nd
Agustin Aldea
3rd
Manuel Terencio
Cavite
Lone
Pedro P. Espiritu
Cebu
1st
Manuel C. Briones
2nd
Vicente C. Sotto
3rd
Vicente Rama
4th
Isidoro Aldanese
5th
Mariano Jesús D. Cuenco
6th
Nicolas Rafols
7th
Jose Alonzo
Ilocos Norte
1st
Ireneo Ranjo
2nd
Ramon Campos
Ilocos Sur
1st
Vicente Singson Pablo
2nd
Lupo Biteng
Iloilo
1st
Jose Evangelista
2nd
Cresenciano Lozano
3rd
Tomas Confesor
4th
Federico R. Tirador
5th
Tomas Vargas
Isabela
Lone
Tolentino Verzosa
La Union
1st
Pio Ancheta
2nd
Mauro Ortiz
Laguna
1st
Tomas Dizon
2nd
Palileo Aurelio Pablo
Leyte
1st
Carlos Tan
2nd
Tomas Oppus
3rd
Jose Ma. Veloso
4th
Filomeno Montejo
Manila
1st
Gregorio Perfecto
2nd
Alfonso E. Mendoza
Marinduque
Lone
Ricardo Nepomuceno
Masbate
Lone
Pablo de la Rosa
Mindanao and Sulu
At-Large
Rafael Acuña2
Teodoro Palma Gil2
Pablo Lorenzo2
Ugalingan Piang2
Datu Tampugaw2
Mindoro
Lone
Juan L. Luna
Misamis Occidental
1st
Jose Artadi
2nd
Anselmo Bernard
Mountain Province
At-Large
Joaquin Cedamon2
Miguel R. Cornejo2
Henry A. Kamora2
Negros Occidental
1st
Serafin P. Hilado
2nd
Vicente Jimenez Yanson
3rd
Elisio M. Limsiaco
Negros Oriental
1st
Guillermo Z. Villanueva
2nd
Fermin Martinez
Nueva Ecija
Lone
Hermogenes Concepcion
Nueva Vizcaya
Lone
Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr.2
Palawan
Lone
Patricio Fernandez
Pampanga
1st
Pedro Valdez Liongson
2nd
Vicente Manapat
Pangasinan
1st
Mauro Navarro
2nd
Lamberto Siguion Reyes
3rd
Raymundo O. Camacho
4th
Eusebio V. Sison
5th
Ricardo Gozales
Rizal
1st
Andres Pascual
2nd
Mariano Melendres
Romblon
Lone
Leonardo Festin
Samar
1st
José Avelino
2nd
Pascual B. Azanza
3rd
Iñigo Abenis
Sorsogon
1st
Antonio Rocha
2nd
Federico D. Jimenez
Surigao
Lone
Clemente V. Diez
Tarlac
1st
Gregorio M. Bañaga
2nd
Benigno S. Aquino, Sr.
Tayabas
1st
Agustin S. Alvarez
2nd
Rafael R. Vilar
Zambales
Lone
Alejo Labrador
^2 Appointed by the Governor-General of the Philippines, per Act No. 2711 enacted on March 10, 1917.
^3 Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

  • "List of Senators". Senate of the Philippines. Archived from the original on September 14, 2006. Retrieved September 16, 2006.
  • "The LAWPHi'L Project – Philippine Laws and Jurispudance Databank". Arellano Law Foundation. Archived from the original on September 1, 2006. Retrieved September 16, 2006.

Further readingEdit

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
  • Paras, Corazon L. (2000). The Presidents of the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines. ISBN 971-8832-24-6.
  • Pobre, Cesar P. (2000). Philippine Legislature 100 Years. ISBN 971-92245-0-9.