Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.):

Committees: Appropriations; Labor and Human Resources; Small Business

Total honoraria accepted: ............................ $15,250

National Treasury Employees Union, March 7 ............ $1,000

Association of Urban Universities, March 16 ........... $1,000

Graphic Communications International Union, April 14 .. $1,000

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, May 26 ...... $2,000

Shipbuilders Council of America, May 26 ............... $1,000

Sweetener Users Association, June 15 .................. $2,000

The Federal Forum, July 13 ............................ $1,000

National Customs Brokers Association, Oct. 31 ......... $1,000

American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, .......

Nov. 2 ............................................... $1,000

National Network of Commercial Real Estate Women, ............

Dec. 6 ............................................... $2,000

National Association of Realtors, Dec. 7 .............. $2,000

International Labor Communications Association, Dec. 12 . $250

Donated to charity: ................................... $8,000

PAUL S. SARBANES (D-Md.)

Committees: Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Foreign Relations; Joint Economic

Total Honoraria accepted: ............................ $20,450

The Brookings Institution, Jan. 23 ...................... $400

Atlanta Jewish Federation, Feb. 7 ....................... $500

The Brookings Institution, Feb. 27 ...................... $400

Georgetown University Law Center, March 1 ............... $750

Jerome Levy Economics Institute-Bard College,

March 18 ............................................. $2,000

The Brookings Institute, March 28 ....................... $400

The Washington Post, April 2 ............................ $200

American Technion Society, April 7 .................... $2,000

The Brookings Institute, April 17 ....................... $400

The Brookings Institute, April 24 ....................... $400

Longwood College, April 26 .............................. $500

The Brookings Institute, May 1 .......................... $400

University of Minnesota, May 12 ......................... $500

The Brookings Institute, June 7 ......................... $400

The Brookings Institute, June 11 ........................ $400

The Brookings Institute, June 18 ........................ $400

Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 8 ........................ $400

Toronto Jewish Congress, Sept. 27 ..................... $1,500

The Brookings Institute, Sept. 28 ....................... $400

SRI International, Oct. 4 ............................... $400

Eagleton Institute- Rutgers University, Oct. 10 ......... $500

The Brookings Institute, Oct. 12 ........................ $500

American Council for Capital Formation, Oct. 12 ....... $2,000

The Brookings Institute, Oct. 16 ........................ $400

The Brookings Institute, Oct.17 ......................... $400

The Brookings Institute, Nov. 1 ......................... $400

Georgetown University of Law Center, Nov. 6 ............. $500

University of Southern California, Nov. 20 ............ $2,000

The Brookings Institute, Dec. 6 ......................... $400

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

CHARLES S. ROBB (D-Va.)

Committees: Budget; Commerce, Science and Transportation; Foreign Relations

Total honoria accepted: ................................. None

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

JOHN W. WARNER (R-Va.)

Committees: Armed Services; Environmental and Public Works; Select Intelligence; Special Aging

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

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

Source: Senate and House financial disclosure statements.

NOTE: Some dates were not available for honoraria. Senators may keep up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria, while House members may retain up to 30 percent.