In a previous number of this volume the holding of the supreme court of Michigan was discussed wherein sections 1 and 2, article 13, of the constitution of 1908 were held to make necessity as well as compensation a judicial question in eminent domain cases. Accordingly, in that case, the court held that the feature of the statute (P. A. 1925, No. 352) authorizing the state highway commissioner to make a conclusive determination of necessity, without notice and hearing to the landowner, and without judicial review, was unconstitutional.