The opinion of the court was delivered by The questions considered and determined in this opinion arise from two actions originally commenced on the same day in this court, and which, because the same statutes are involved, were consolidated for presentation and argument. Although more detailed reference to the pleadings will be made hereafter to the extent necessary, it suffices here to say that in No. 38,574, Redevelopment Authority of the City of Kansas City, hereafter referred to as the Authority, seeks a writ of mandamus against the State Corporation Commission, hereafter referred to as the Commission, to compel the Commission to make and promulgate certain rules dealing with the subjects of condemnation of lands and the power of the Authority to issue notes, and arising under the provisions of chapter 118 of the Laws of Kansas of 1943 (now appearing as G.S. 1949, ch. 17, art. 47) as amended by chapter 206 of the Laws of 1951. In No. 38,575 the State on the relation of the attorney general, brings an action in quo warranto against the Commission and the Authority, alleging unconstitutionality of the above act as amended and other infirmities in the two acts, and that because thereof, the Commission is wholly without power or authority to make any rules or regulations and that the Authority is without power to carry out the purposes of the above statutes.