"16 Am. Jur. 2d.,sec. 98; "While an emergency can not create power and no emergency justifies the violation of any of the provisions of the United States Constitutions. Public emergency such as economic depression for especially liberal construction of constitutional powers, and it has been declared that because of national emergency, it is the policy of the courts of times of national peril, so liberally to construe the special powers vested in the chief executive as to sustain and effectuate the purpose thereof, and to that end also more liberally to construe the constituted division and classification of the powers of the coordinate branches of the government and in so far as may not be clearly inconsistent with the constitution."" "NO ! emergency has just cause to suppress the constitution."