Listed below are the honoraria of some senators who declined to disclose their speaking fees to The Washington Post's Honoraria Scorecard during the last year. This chart is based on congressional financial disclosure statements released in May.

Sen.Christopher S. Bond (R-Mo.)

Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry; Banking,Housing and Urban Affairs; Budget; Small Business committees

$1,000 from Coalition for Regional Banks, Jan. 19

$1,000 from Armco Inc., Feb. 6

$2,000 from American Meat Institute, Feb. 20

$2,000 from U.S. League of Savings Institutions, March 7

$2,000 from National Grain and Feed Association, March 13

$2,000 from National Apartment Association, March 15

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, April 10

$1,000 from National Soybean Processors, April 19

$1,000 from National Association of Corporate Treasurers, May 12

$2,000 from A.B. Laffer & Associates, June 2

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, June 5

$2,000 from B.P. America, June 13

$400 from Brookings Institution, July 10

$1,000 from Farmland Industries Inc., Aug. 25

$2,000 from Rockwell International, Aug. 28

$2,000 from Northrop Corp., Aug. 28

$2,000 from Consumer Bankers Association, Sept. 26

$2,000 from North American Die Casting, Oct. 16

$1,500 from Stewart Title Co., Oct. 31

$1,000 from American Soybean Association, Dec. 1

TOTAL 1988 HONORARIA......................$43,000

John Breaux (D-La.)Commerce, Science and

Transportation;Environment and Public Works;

Special on Aging

$2,000 from U.S. Tobacco Co., Jan. 15

$1,000 from United States Telephone Association, Jan. 18

$2,000 from The Lamar Corp., Jan. 18

$1,000 from Edison Electric Institute, Jan. 19

$1,000 from AT&T, Jan. 23

$2,000 from Phillips Petroleum Co., Jan. 24

$2,000 from RJR Nabisco, Feb. 8

$2,000 from B.P. America, Feb. 20

$1,000 from American Nuclear Energy Council, Feb. 24

$2,000 from Amstar Sugar Corp., Feb. 26

$2,000 from MCI Communications Corp., March 7

$2,000 from Marathon Oil Co., March 7

$2,000 from National Conference on Public Employee Retirement, March9

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, March 9

$1,000 from McDonald's Corp., March 20

$2,000 from American Nuclear Energy Council, March 29

$1,000 from United States Telephone Association, March 30

$2,000 from American Bureau of Shipping, April 24

$2,000 from United States Council for Energy Awareness, April 26

$2,000 from The Lamar Corp., April 26

$2,000 from R. Duffy Wall & Associates, May 4

$1,500 from Chicago Mercantile Exchange, May 6

$2,000 from American Nuclear Energy Council, May 15

$2,000 from Occidental Chemical Corp., May 23

$2,000 from Independent Insurance Agents of America, Aug. 9

$2,000 from Grocery Manufacturers of America, Aug. 9

$1,500 from New York Telephone, Sept. 4

$2,000 from U.S. Cane Sugar Refiners' Association, Sept. 8

$2,000 from Shipbuilders Council of America, Sept. 18

$2,000 from United Illuminating, Sept. 26

TOTAL 1988 HONORARIA.................$45,925

Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.)Appropriations;

Armed Services; Rules and Administration

$2,000 from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Feb.24

$2,000 from National Coal Association, March 31

$2,000 from American Insurance Association, April 3

$2,000 from VanNess Feldman Sutcliffe & Curtis, April 24

$1,000 from Coalition for Employment Through Exports Inc., April 25

$2,000 from Georgetown University, May 2

$2,000 from National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, May 19

$2,000 from The Tobacco Institute, June 19

$1,000 from Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge, Aug. 9

$1,500 from American University, Oct. 17

$2,000 from International Management & Development Institute, Dec. 7

TOTAL 1988 HONORARIA................ $41,000

Warren B. Rudman (R-N.H.)Appropriations; Budget;

Governmental Affairs; Select on Ethics

$2,000 from American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Jan. 25

$2,000 from CareerCom, Feb. 7

$1,000 from National Association of Small Business

Investment Companies, April 3

$2,000 from American Association of Equipment Lessors, April 19

$2,000 from International Council of Shopping Centers, April 27

$2,000 from Hughes Aircraft Co., May 18

$2,000 from Scientific Manufacturers Association, May 22

$2,000 from National Automobile Dealers Association, Oct. 5

$2,000 from American International Group, Oct. 12

$2,000 from Raytheon Co., Oct. 12

$1,000 from Washington Breakfast Seminar, Oct. 17

$2,000 from Thompson & Co., Oct. 23

$2,000 from College of American Pathologists

$75 from the New York Times, Nov. 15

$2,000 from Wheelabrator Environmental Systems, Nov. 16

$2,000 from Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc., Dec. 14

$2,000 from The Tobacco Institute, Dec. 14

$2,000 from MCA Inc., Dec. 18

$2,000 from American Council for Capital Formation, Dec. 18

TOTAL 1988 HONORARIA..............$40,100

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. There is a limit on the amount of honoraria that members of Congress are allowed to keep each year. Members of the Senate are allowed to retain up to $35,800 a year.

Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. - The Washington Post