(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:--
the convenience and accommodation (including the reservation of seats or berths in trains) to passengers;
the amount of refund for the cancellation of a ticket;
the circumstances under which change of names of passengers, having reserved seats or berths, may be permitted;
the carriage of luggage and the conditions subject to which luggage may be kept in the cloak rooms at the stations;
diseases which are infectious or contagious;
the conditions subject to which a railway administration may carry passengers suffering from infectious or contagious diseases and the manner in which carriages used by such passengers may be disinfected;
generally, for regulating the travelling upon, and the use, working and management of the railways.