Writing letters and the state seal. If there is doubt about kogo-libo their duty to obey kakomu-nibud officer, for the verification of his authority is sufficient if in doubt seen his letter, equipped with the state seal, and it was read to him, or if in doubt, if desired, could be another way informed about the problems his question. For every man is obliged to use all sorts of efforts to familiarize yourself with the written laws that may concern his future actions. Interpretation of the law depends on the supreme power. When the legislator known laws and communicated to the public or in writing, or the suggestion of natural reason, yet need another essential condition in order to make these laws are mandatory. The nature of the Act is not in its letter and in its meaning, or sense, that is. E. In its authentic interpretation (is meant to reveal the thought of the legislator). Therefore, the interpretation of all laws depends on the supreme power, and to interpret the law can only be those who will appoint to this sovereign (which is required by obedience to a single citizen). For otherwise clever interpreter would give meaning to the law, contrary to the law of the sovereign invested, and thus, the legislator would have been an interpreter.
Inside Looking Out: The Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum, 1868-1924
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