To need-, to call for: to make necessary; to demand. 17 Am J2d Contr § 281; 46 Am J1st Sales § 135. The word is derived from the Latin "require," compounded of "re" and "quiro"-to seek for, or to seek to get back. Although it may undoubtedly be used in the sense of the word "need," that is neither its primary nor its usual signification. Ac- cording to all the lexicographers, and in common parlance, it means to command; to ask by right and by authority. Duhamel v Port Angeles Stone Co. 59 Wash 171, 176, 109 P 597. When used in a statute the word "required" may be equivalent to the word "commanded;" as where commissioners were by statute not only authorized, but "required" to levy a yearly tax. Taylor v Commissioners of Newberne, 55 NC (2 Jones Eq) 141.