Point b.b. “section” is a typographical sign for reference to individually numbered sections of a document. it is often used when sections of a code of law are cited.  It is also known as the cut symbol, cut mark, double-s or Silcrow.   The section sign itself is sometimes itself a symbol of the judicial system, much like the stick of The Asclepios is used to represent medicine. [Citation required] The Austrian Ministry of Justice temporarily used the symbol in its logo. It can also be used with footnotes, if the asterisk, the dagger † and the double of a page have already been used on a given page. It is customary to follow the section with a seamless space, so that the icon is kept with the section number quoted.   (p212,233) Two possible origins are often established for the section sign: most likely that it is a ligation formed by the combination of two s-glyphs (from the Latin signum secti`ni).     However, some scholars are skeptical of this statement.  In Brazil, the character can be used to represent paragraphs numbered according to the original paragraph (Latin: caput).  Others have the thesis that this is an adaptation of the ancient Greek paragraph, a generic term for a class of punctuation marks used by authors with different forms and uses.  Some keyboards contain special access possibilities: the character has the code point Unicode U-00A7 – SECTION SIGN and many platforms and languages have methods to reproduce it The modern form of drawing has been used since the 13th century.
:226 In Jaroslav Hasek`s “The Good Soldier,” “bureaucracy” is constantly referred to as “bureaucracy.” In his 1930 English translation, Paul Selver translated it as a “bureaucracy.” The character is coded in Unicode in the form of U-00A7 – SECTION SIGN and HTML entities `sect;, `#167` or `#xa7`. The section is often used when it is referred to a particular section of a law code. In the Bluebook style, z.B “Title 16 of the U.S. Code Section 580p” is called “16 U.S.C.  The section symbol is often used at the same time as the Pilcrow (), also known as a “paragraph sign,” to refer a given paragraph in a section of a document. While the word “paragraph” is generally read as a word section in English, many other languages use the word “paragraph” exclusively to refer to a section of a document (especially the legal text) and use other words to describe a paragraph in the English sense. Therefore, in these cases, it can be read as a paragraph and sometimes referred to as a “paragraph sign,” but it is a description of its use, not a formal name.   When duplicated, it is read as “sections” of the plural. For example, the character “-13-21” would be read as “sections 13 to 21,” much like S. (pages) of the plural of p., which means page.