--------- HONORARIA TO THE HOUSE LEADERSHIP, 1989 ----------

George J. Mitchell (D-Maine), majority leader

Total honoraria accepted: $50,000

Senate Business Forum, March 2........................$2,000

Credit Union National Association, March 3............$2,000

American Insurance Association, March 3...............$2,000

American Society for Personnel

Administration, April 1...............................$2,000

National Beer Wholesalers' Association, April 6.......$2,000

Pfizer Inc., April 14.................................$2,000

National Association of Home Builders, April 20.......$2,000

Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturers

Association, May 8....................................$2,000

Coleman-Bartlett Washington Focus, May 15.............$2,000

American Protestant Health Association, May 30........$2,000

Mead Corp., June 1....................................$2,000

American Trucking Association, June 14................$2,000

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., June 19......$2,000

Council for Rural Housing and Development, June 26....$2,000

Wine Institute, June 27...............................$2,000

Ice Cream Association/Milk Industry Foundation,

July 6................................................$2,000

The Principal Financial Group, Sept. 15...............$2,000

Crowley & Morris/Associated Gas Distributors,

Sept. 27..............................................$2,000

Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Oct. 2.......$2,000

American Optometric Association, Oct. 2...............$2,000

American Bankers Association, Oct. 16.................$2,000

Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Nov. 11.......................$2,000

American Council of Life Insurance, Nov. 27...........$2,000

Boston University Law School, Dec. 15.................$2,000

Shearson, Lehman, Hutton, Dec. 20.....................$2,000

Donated to charity...................................$11,000

Alan Cranston (D-Calif.), majority whip

Total honoraria accepted:..........None

Donated to charity.................None

Robert Dole (R-Kan.), minority leader

Total honoraria accepted:...........................$108,900

Business International Corp., Jan. 5..................$2,000

McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Jan. 24...................$2,000

American Hospital Association, Jan. 30................$2,000

Association of Reserve City Bankers', Jan. 30.........$2,000

Fidelity Management Trust Co., Jan. 31................$2,000

National Association of Wholesale Distributors........$3,000

Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith,Feb. 3.........$2,000

National School Boards Association, Feb. 5............$2,000

The Tobacco Institute, Feb. 14........................$2,000

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association,

Feb. 14...............................................$2,000

Food Marketing Institute, Feb. 27.....................$2,000

National Aggregates Association, Feb. 28..............$2,000

American Cast Metals Association, March 1.............$2,000

National U.S.- Arab Chamber of Commerce, March 2......$5,000

National Association of Credit Management, March 6....$2,000

World Perspectives Inc., March 6......................$2,000

Association for Advanced Life Underwriting, March 6...$2,000

Baltimore Gas & Electric, March 8.....................$2,000

Washington Non-Profit Tax Conference, March 9.........$2,000

Eden Financial Group Inc., March 14...................$5,000

United States Telephone Association, March 16.........$2,000

The New York Times, April 1.............................$150

American Business Conference, April 4.................$2,000

Los Angeles Times, April 10.............................$250

Pfizer Inc., April 11.................................$2,000

American Association of Equipment Lessors, April 12...$2,000

The Washington Post, April 14...........................$250

Marriott Corp., April 17..............................$2,000

Union Pacific Co., April 17...........................$2,000

McDonald's Corp., April 24............................$2,000

National Marine Manufacturers Association, April 25...$1,000

American Society of Association Executives, May 10....$2,000

American College of Cardiology, May 12................$3,000

Computer & Communication Industry Association, May 12..$1,000

Association for Manufacturing Technology, May 18.......$2,000

Independent Bakers Association, June 13................$1,000

College Sports Information Directors of America,

July 2.................................................$2,000

National Association of Tobacco Distributors,

July 12................................................$2,000

National Candy Wholesalers Association, July 26........$2,000

Vern Clark & Associates, Sept. 11......................$2,000

American Business Conference, Sept. 13.................$2,000

Los Angeles Times, Sept. 15..............................$250

Philadelphia Bar Association, Sept. 15.................$1,000

Washington Discussion Group, Sept. 18..................$2,000

National Solid Waste Management Association, Sept. 26..$2,000

Marion Labs Inc., Oct. 18..............................$2,000

McGraw-Hill Information Services Co., Oct. 26..........$2,000

Association of American Medical Colleges, Oct. 31......$1,000

International Mass Retail Association, Nov. 1..........$2,000

RBC Associates, Nov. 10................................$2,000

American Council of Life Insurance, Nov. 13............$2,000

National Issues Forum, Nov. 13.........................$1,000

National Electrical Manufacturers Association,

Nov. 13................................................$5,000

Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, Nov. 14.$2,000

The Washington Campus, Nov. 20.........................$2,000

Donated to charity....................................$73,150

Alan K. Simpson (R-Wyo.), minority whip

Total honoraria accepted:.............................$90,600

American Trucking Association, Jan. 23.................$2,000

U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 3.........................$500

Lincoln Club of California, Feb. 21....................$2,000

Health R Us Coalition, Feb. 28.........................$1,000

American Enterprise Institute, March 1...................$500

Washington Breakfast Seminar, March 1..................$1,000

National Association of Independent Insurers, March 7..$2,000

National Association of Postmasters, March 9...........$2,000

NBWA Political Action Committee, April 13..............$2,000

National Water Resources Association, April 25.........$2,000

American Business Conference, April 27.................$1,000

BHP-Utah International, April 27.......................$2,000

Henry Clay Society, April 28...........................$2,000

National Coal Association, May 5.......................$2,000

American Council on International Personnel, May 11....$2,000

Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association, May 15............$2,000

American Nuclear Energy Council, May 17................$2,000

Forest Industries Political Action Committee, May 23...$2,000

Occidental Chemical Co. Executive Management, May 23...$2,000

Edeleman Public Relations Firm, May 30.................$1,500

Mead Corp., June 5.....................................$2,000

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., June 8..................$2,000

Brookings Institution, June 9............................$400

Outdoor Advertising Association of America, June 28......$400

Whiteco Industries Inc., June 28.......................$1,000

Myhre Advertising, June 28...............................$400

Capital Legislative Services, July 10..................$2,000

Chicago Mercantile Senior Executives, July 19..........$1,500

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., July 20.......$2,000

International Foodservice Manufacturers Association,

Aug. 24................................................$2,000

Management Association for Private Photogrammetric

Surveyors, Sept. 11....................................$2,000

Barnett Banks Senior Executives, Sept. 14..............$2,000

American Gas Association, Sept. 22.....................$2,000

Brookings Institution, Oct. 2............................$400

Health Industry Manufacturers Association, Oct. 3......$2,000

American Medical Association Political Action

Committee, Oct. 4......................................$2,000

National Association of Home Builders, Oct. 6..........$2,000

Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Co., Oct. 10............$2,000

Hand Tools Institute, Oct. 13..........................$2,000

American Consulting Engineers Council, Oct. 13.........$2,000

Council for Solid Waste Solutions, Oct. 20.............$2,000

Flexible Packaging Association, Oct. 23................$2,000

Anerican Bankers Association, Oct. 23..................$2,000

American Association of School Administrators, Oct. 24.$2,000

American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Nov. 7.......$2,000

MSU System Services Inc., Nov. 14......................$2,000

"Y" Group Senior Executives, Nov. 21...................$2,000

National Solid Waste Management Association, Dec. 4....$2,000

Knight-Ridder Inc., Dec. 5.............................$1,000

CBS Records, Dec. 9....................................$2,000

Research-Cottrell, Dec. 15.............................$2,000

Holland and Hart Law Firm Energy Conference, Dec. 27...$2,000

Coleman-Bartlett Consulting Firm, Dec. 28..............$2,000

Donated to charity.................................$55,099.61

SOURCE: Senate financial disclosure statements.

NOTE: Senators make keep up to 40 percent of their salary in earned income. They may not accept more than $2,000 from any single speaking fee.