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PROMULGATION. The order given to cause a law to be executed, and to make it
public it differs from publication. (q.v.) 1 Bl. Com. 45; Stat. 6 H. VI., c.
2. With regard to trade, unless previous notice can be brought home to the party charged with violating their provisions, laws are to be considered as beginning to operate in the respective collection districts only from the time they are received from the proper department by the collector. Paine's C. C. R. 32. See Paine's C. C. R. 2 3.