SQL supports qualifying a column by prefixing the reference with either the full table name:
SELECT tbl_names.id, tbl_section.id, name, section FROM tbl_names JOIN tbl_section ON tbl_section.id = tbl_names.id
…or a table alias:
SELECT n.id, s.id, n.name, s.section FROM tbl_names n JOIN tbl_section s ON s.id = n.id
The table alias is the recommended approach — why type more than you have to?
Why Do These Queries Look Different?
Secondly, my answers use ANSI-92 JOIN syntax (yours is ANSI-89). While they perform the same, ANSI-89 syntax does not support OUTER joins (RIGHT, LEFT, FULL). ANSI-89 syntax should be considered deprecated, there are many on SO who will not vote for ANSI-89 syntax to reinforce that. For more information, see this question.