7th Philippine Legislature

The Seventh Philippine Legislature was the meeting of the legislature of the Philippines under the sovereign control of the United States from 1925 to 1928.

7th Philippine Legislature
July 16, 1925 – November 9, 1927
Governor-General
Senate
Senate PresidentManuel L. Quezon
Senate President pro temporeSergio Osmeña (Nacionalista)
Majority leaderFaustino Aguilar
Members24
House of Representatives
Members94

MembersEdit

SenateEdit

District Senator
1st District Isabelo delos Reyes
Elpidio Quirino
2nd District Alejo Mabanag
Camilo Osías
3rd District Santiago Lucero
Teodoro Sandiko
4th District Emiliano Tria Tirona
Juan Sumulong
5th District Manuel L. Quezon
Jose P. Laurel
6th District Juan B. Alegre
Jose O. Vera
7th District Jose Hontiveros
Jose Ledesma
8th District Hermengildo Villanueva
Mariano Yulo
9th District Tomas Gomez
Jose Maria Veloso
10th District Sergio S. Osmeña, Sr.
Pedro Rodriguez
11th District Jose A. Clarin
Troadio Galicano
12th District Hadji Butu (appointed)
Jose Alejandrino (appointed)

Senators elected in 1925Edit

ChangesEdit

  • Santiago Lucero (3rd District) died in 1925 and was succeeded by Luis Morales.
  • Tomas Gomez (9th District) died in 1926 and was succeeded by Pastor Salazar.

House of RepresentativesEdit

Province District Member
Abra
Lone
Quintín Paredes
Albay
1st
Francisco Peňa
2nd
Francisco Perfecto
3rd
Pedro Sabido
Antique
Lone
Segundo Moscoso
Bataan
Lone
Manuel Banzon
Batanes
Lone
Vicente Agan
Batangas
1st
Antonio de las Alas
2nd
Andres Buendia
3rd
Claro M. Recto
Bohol
1st
Fermin Torralba
2nd
Olegario Clarin
3rd
Carlos P. Garcia
Bulacan
1st
Jose Padilla
2nd
Jose Serapio
Cagayan
1st
Vicente Formoso
2nd
Antonio Guzman
Camarines Norte
Lone
Rafael Carranceja
Camarines Sur
1st
Ramon Felipe
2nd
Manuel Fuentebella
Capiz
1st
Manuel Roxas
2nd
Jose Altavas
3rd
Manuel Laserna
Cavite
Lone
Anterio Soriano
Cebu
1st
Manuel C. Briones
2nd
Paulino Gullas
3rd
Vicente Rama
4th
Juan Alcazaren
5th
Mariano Jesús D. Cuenco
6th
Pastor Noel
7th
Paulino Ybañez
Ilocos Norte
1st
Severo Hernando
2nd
Mariano Marcos
Ilocos Sur
1st
Simeon Ramos
2nd
Lupo Biteng
Iloilo
1st
Eugenio Baldana
2nd
Vicente Ybiernas
3rd
Tomas Confesor
4th
Asencion Arrancillo
5th
Venancio Cudilla
Isabela
Lone
Manuel Nieto
La Union
1st
Fausto Almeida
2nd
Leoncio Dacanay
Laguna
1st
Tomas Dizon
2nd
Ananais Laico
Leyte
1st
Juan Veloso
2nd
Tomas Oppus
3rd
Ruperto Kapunan
4th
Filomeno Montejo
Manila
1st
Gregorio Perfecto
2nd
Alfonso E. Mendoza
Marinduque
Lone
Ricardo Nepomuceno
Masbate
Lone
Eduardo Marcaida
Mindanao and Sulu
1st
Pedro de la Llana
2nd
Vacant
3rd
Jose Melencio (appointed)
4th
Abdullah Piang (appointed)
5th
Arsenio Suazo (appointed)
Mindoro
Lone
Mariano Leuterio
Misamis Occidental
1st
Segundo Gaston
2nd
Teogenes Velez
Mountain Province
1st
Miguel Cornejo (appointed)
2nd
Joaquin Codamon (appointed)
3rd
Henry A. Kamora (appointed)
Negros Occidental
1st
Serafin P. Hilado
2nd
Ramon Torres
3rd
Isaac Lacson
Negros Oriental
1st
Guillermo Z. Villanueva
2nd
Enrique Villanueva
Nueva Ecija
Lone
Feliciano Ramoso
Nueva Vizcaya
Lone
Antonio Escamilla
Palawan
Lone
Patricio Fernandez
Pampanga
1st
Pedro Valdez Liongson
2nd
Ceferino Hilario
Pangasinan
1st
Enrique Braganza
2nd
Isidoro Siapno
3rd
Servillano dela Cruz
4th
Eusebio V. Sison
5th
Evaristo Sanchez
Rizal
1st
Basilio Bautista
2nd
Eulogio Rodriguez
Romblon
Lone
Leonardo Festin
Samar
1st
José Avelino
2nd
Pascual B. Azanza
3rd
Gerardo Morrero
Sorsogon
1st
Juan Reyes
2nd
Mario Guariña
Surigao
Lone
Montano Ortiz
Tarlac
1st
Sisenardo Palarca
2nd
Benigno S. Aquino, Sr.
Tayabas
1st
Primitivo San Agustin
2nd
Leon Guinto Sr.
Zambales
Lone
Alejo Labrador

ChangesEdit

  • Mountain Province–1st: Juan Cailles appointed in 1925 to succeed Miguel Cornejo.
  • Nueva Vizcaya–Lone: Antonio Escamilla appointed in 1925 to succeed Isauro Gabaldon.

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.