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22-2606.  Powers. Each association incorporated under this chapter shall have the following powers:
a.  To engage in any activity in connection with the production, marketing, selling, harvesting, preserving, drying, processing, canning, packing, storing, handling or utilization of any agricultural products produced or delivered to it by its members; or the manufacturing or marketing of the by-products thereof; or in connection with the purchasing, hiring, manufacturing, selling, or use to, by, or for its members of supplies, machinery or equipment; or in the financing of any such activities; or in any one or more of the activities specified in this section. An association may do business with nonmembers in an amount not to exceed that done with members.
b.  To borrow money and to make advances to members.
c.  To act as the agent or representative of any member or members in any of the above-mentioned activities.
d.  To purchase or otherwise acquire, and to hold, own and exercise all rights of ownership in, and to sell, transfer, or pledge shares of the capital stock or bonds of any corporation or association engaged in any related activity or in the handling or marketing of any of the products handled by the association.
e.  To establish reserves and to invest the funds thereof in bonds or such other property as may be provided in the bylaws.
f.  To buy, hold and exercise all rights of ownership, over such real or personal property as may be necessary or convenient for the conducting and operation of any of the business of the association or incidental thereto.
g.  To do each and every thing necessary, suitable or proper for the accomplishment of any one of the purposes or the attainment of any one or more of the objects herein enumerated; or conducive to or expedient for the interest or benefit of the association; and to contract accordingly; and in addition to exercise and possess all powers, rights and privileges necessary or incidental to the purposes, for which the association is organized or to the activities in which it is engaged; and in addition, any other rights, powers and privileges granted by the laws of this state to ordinary corporations, except such as are inconsistent with the express provisions of this chapter; and to do any such thing anywhere.

[(22-2606) 1921, ch. 124, sec. 6, p. 298; am. 1923, ch. 179, sec. 1, p. 279; I.C.A., sec. 22-2006; am. 1933, ch. 212, sec. 2, p. 445.]

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