I don't want to be sneaky with words. I have no problem with contracts, but I wasn't talking about them.
-a regulation or bylaw governing procedure or controlling conduct
I think the rules of chess fit this. We both submit to the rules of the game and there are no problems. If someone breaks them then there isn't a chess game anymore and if I don't want to play whatever the hell it is now I stop.
Without force, just multiply the crime you already have for 1000... and probably the result would be too generous for reality.
Without force there will be no crimes whatsoever.
You think chess rules are equivalent to regulations or bylaws in a discussion about government? It's clear that we are unable to communicate properly. Here is my final attempt.
Chess doesn't fit. I don't have to play chess. Force isn't required because either one of us can walk away. Therefore the rules are only an agreement between the players.
I have to live in society. When there are rules governing what I can and can not do in society, there is only one way to ensure that I abide by those rules: force. There is one way I can choose to walk away: suicide. I never agreed to the rules. I never agreed to pay or be imprisoned, etc. I don't want to play, but I'm forced to play. These are the rules that I'm talking about. These are the rules that imply force.