(a) the conduct of the internal affairs of the Board; and
(b) the management and use of any Chinese Permanent Cemetery.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), such rules may-
(a) lay down a scale of fees to be charged on the grant to any person of a right to use or designate a grave space for the burial of himself or any member of his family;
(b) regulate the manner of burial and the forms of burial service, ceremonies or rites to be performed in commemoration of the dead;
(c) regulate the dimensions, allocation and use or reservation of grave spaces;
(d) provide for the termination and cancellation of any right referred to in paragraph (a); and
(e) provide for the disinterment and removal of human remains.
(3) Nothing in this section shall be construed to empower the Board to make any rule-
(a) which derogates from any of the provisions of any by-laws or regulations made pursuant to any of the provisions of the Public Health and Municipal Services Ordinance (Cap 132) which relate to the control of private cemeteries within the meaning of that Ordinance; or (Amended 10 of 1986 s. 32(1))
(b) the contravention of which shall constitute a criminal offence by any person.