Executive Order No. 69 1922 Transferring Tingloy and other Barrios from Mabini to Bauan - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Executive Order No. 69 1922 Transferring Tingloy and other Barrios from Mabini to Bauan

The present-day Municipality of Tingloy was like a volleyball being tossed from one town to the other during the American colonial era. In 1918, the then-barrio of Tingloy along with a few others presently associated with the modern-day town was taken from Bauan and became part of the newly created town of Mabini.

However, in 1923, the barrio along with others was removed from Mabini and returned to Bauan. The return was ordered by the Governor General Leonard Wood. The text of his executive order1 is contained below:
Historic Batangas Documents
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF THE
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS

Manila, December 18, 1922.

Executive Order
No. 69.

Pursuant to the provisions of section sixty-eight of the Administrative Code, the barrios of Tingloy, Maricaban, Talahib, Gamao, Pisa, and Papaya, municipality of Mabini, Province of Batangas, are hereby transferred to the municipality of Bauan, same province.

The municipality of Mabini shall consist of its present territory, less the territory comprised in the barrios of Tingloy, Maricaban, Talabib, Gamao, Pisa, and Papaya. The municipality of Bauan shall consist of its present territory, plus the territory comprised in said barrios of Tingloy, Maricaban, Talabib, Gamao, Pisa, and Papaya. The transfer herein made shall take effect on March first, nineteen hundred and twenty-three.

Leonard Wood,
Governor-General.

Below are scans of the historic document in both English and Spanish:

Executive Order No. 69 series 1922 English version.
Executive Order No. 69 series 1922 English version.
Executive Order No. 69 series 1922 Spanish version.


Notes and references:
11922 Executive Orders,” online at the Internet Archive

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