An action brought under the Declaratory Judgments Act (Ga. L. 1945, p. 137), not being an equitable proceeding per se, must involve some phase of those cases listed in Code (Ann.) 2-3704 in order to come within the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court on exceptions to the rulings of the lower court. The instant case, not involving a construction of the Constitution, but merely involving objections to its application, and not being in any manner an equity case, must be transferred to the Court of Appeals. Code (Ann.) 2-3704, 2-3708; Felton v. Chandler, 201 Ga. 347 (39 S. E. 2d 654); Maynard v. Thrasher, 203 Ga. 280 (46 S. E. 2d 348).