No corporation organized under any law of this state, whether general or special,
as a bank or trust company, or to carry on a banking business, shall, except as otherwise
permitted by law, employ its moneys, directly or indirectly, in trade or commerce,
by buying and selling ordinary goods, chattels, wares and merchandise, or by owning
or operating industrial plants; provided, that it may sell all kinds of property
which may come into its possession as collateral security for loans, or in the ordinary
collection of debts.
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