3rd Philippine Legislature

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The Third Philippine Legislature was the meeting of the legislature of the Philippines under the sovereign control of the United States from October 16, 1912 to February 24, 1916.

Sessions[edit]

  • First Regular Session: October 16, 1912– February 3, 1913
    • First Special Session: February 6 – February 11, 1913
  • Second Regular Session: October 16, 1913 – February 3, 1914
    • Second Special Session: February 4 – February 28, 1914
  • Third Regular Session: October 16, 1914 – February 5, 1915
  • Fourth Regular Session: October 16, 1915 – February 4, 1916
    • Second Special Session: February 14 – February 24, 1916

Legislation[edit]

The Third Philippine Legislature passed a total of 473 laws (Act Nos. 2192-2664)

Leadership[edit]

Philippine Commission[edit]

  • Governor-General:
William Cameron Forbes
Newton W. Gilbert appointed on September 1, 1913[1]
Francis Burton Harrison appointed on October 6, 1913[1]

Philippine Assembly[edit]

  • Speaker of the Philippine Assembly
Sergio Osmeña (Nacionalista, 2nd District Cebu)
  • Majority Floor Leader
  • Minority Floor Leader

Members[edit]

Philippine Commission[edit]

Main article: Philippine Commission

Philippine Assembly[edit]

Province District Representative
Albay
1st
Domingo Diaz
2nd
Mariano A. Locsin
3rd
Ceferino Villareal
Ambos Camarines
1st
Silverio D. Cecilio
2nd
Julian Ocampo
3rd
Jose Fuentebella
Antique
Lone
Angel Salazar
Bataan
Lone
Pablo Tecson
Batanes
Lone
Vicente Barsana
Batangas
1st
Galicano Apacible
2nd
Marcelo Caringal
3rd
Fidel Reyes
Bohol
1st
Candelario Borja
2nd
Jose A. Clarin
3rd
Juan Virtudes
Bulacan
1st
Ambrosio Santos
2nd
Ceferino de Leon
Cagayan
1st
Cresencio Marasigan
2nd
Juan Quintos
Capiz
1st
Rafael Acuña
2nd
Emilio Acevedo
3rd
Jose Tirol
Cavite
Lone
Florentino Joya
Cebu
1st
Gervacio Padilla
2nd
Sergio Osmeña
3rd
Filemon Sotto
4th
Alejandro Ruiz
5th
Mariano Jesús Cuenco
6th
Vicente Lozada
7th
Tomas Alonzo
Ilocos Norte
1st
Santiago A. Fonacier
2nd
Teogenes Quiaoit
Ilocos Sur
1st
Alberto Reyes
2nd
Gregorio Talavera
3rd
Julio Borbon
Iloilo
1st
Francisco Villanueva
2nd
Perfecto J. Salas
3rd
Ernesto Gustilo
4th
Tiburcio Lutero
5th
Cirilo Mapa
Isabela
Lone
Eliseo Claravall
La Union
1st
Joaquin D. Luna
2nd
Florencio Baltazar
Laguna
1st
Servillano Platon
2nd
Pedro Guevara
Leyte
1st
Estanislao Granados
2nd
Dalmacio Costas
3rd
Miguel Romualdez
4th
Francisco D. Enage
Manila*
1st
Isidoro de Santos
2nd
Luciano de la Rosa
Mindoro
Lone
Mariano P. Leuterio
Misamis
1st
Leon Borromeo
2nd
Nicolas Capistrano
Negros Occidental
1st
Melecio Severino
2nd
Rafael R. Alunan
3rd
Gil Montilla
Negros Oriental
1st
Jose Lopez Villanueva
2nd
Leopoldo Rovira
Nueva Ecija
Lone
Lucio Gonzales
Palawan
Lone
Manuel Sandoval
Pampanga
1st
Eduardo Gutierrez David
2nd
Andres Luciano
Pangasinan
1st
Vicente Solis
2nd
Rodrigo D. Perez
3rd
Rufo G. Cruz
4th
Pedro Ma. Sison
5th
Hugo Sansano
Rizal
1st
Arsenio Cruz Herrera
2nd
Sixto de los Santos
Samar
1st
Tomas Gomez
2nd
Jose Sabarre
3rd
Mariano Alde
Sorsogon
1st
Leoncio Grajo
2nd
Jose Zurbito
Surigao
Lone
Inocencio Cortes
Tarlac
1st
Luis Morales
2nd
Jose Espinosa
Tayabas
1st
Filemon Perez
2nd
Bernardo del Mundo
Zambales
Lone
Gabriel Alba

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Further reading[edit]

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