Listed below are the honoraria of some senators who declined to disclose all of 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.

Senator Dale Bumpers (D-Ark.)

Appropriations;Energy and Natural Resources;Small Business committees

1989 Honoraria

$1,000 from Union of Concerned Scientists, April 4

$1,000 from FDA Council, June 1

$400 from Brookings Institution, June 8

$400 from Brookings Institution, June 19

$$2,000 from American Public Power Association, June 28

$2,000 from BellSouth Inc., July 19

$2,000 from Health Insurance Association of America, July 21

$75 from the New York Times, Aug. 7

$2,000 from SouthernBell, Sept. 6

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, Sept. 20

$1,000 from National Confectioners Association, Oct. 4

$1,000 from Chocolate Manufacturers Association, Oct. 4

$2,000 from National Automobile Dealers Association, Oct. 6

$250 from the Los Angeles Times, Nov. 7

$2,000 from National Pork Producers Council, Nov. 8

$400 from Brookings Institution, Nov. 13

$150 from the New York Times, Nov. 15

$2,000 from Women's Democratic Forum, Nov. 27

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, Dec. 7

Total 1988 Honoraria ... $35,575

Senator Conrad Burns (R-Mont.)

Commerce, Science and Transportation;Energy and Natural Resources;Small Business

1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, Jan. 18

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, Jan. 21

$1,000 from American Railroad Association, Jan. 24

$2,000 from The Fertilizer Institute, Jan. 25

$1,000 from Printing Industries of America, Feb. 15

$2,000 from Calcot Ltd., Feb. 16

$1,000 from Capital Forum, March 1

$1,000 from Tele-Communications Inc., March 14

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

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, May 12

$2,000 from Dun & Bradstreet Corp., May 15

$1,500 from National Restaurant Association, June 1

$1,000 from National Cable Association, June 2

$100 from Montana Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church, June 14

$1,000 from Health Education Resources Foundation, June 20

$2,000 from Washington Discussion Group, June 22

$2,000 from American Association of Advertising Agencies, July 12

$2,000 from United States Tobacco Co., July 30

$500 from National Federation of Independent Business Inc., Sept. 6

$2,000 from South Dakota Rural Electric Association, Sept. 17

$500 from National Water Resources Association, Sept. 28

$1,000 from National Coal Association, Oct. 31

$1,000 from American Gas Association, Nov. 21

$1,000 from Mutual Broadcasting System, Dec. 6

Total 1988 Honoraria ... Elected In 1988

Senator Kent Conrad (D-N.D.)

Agriculture,Nutrition and Forestry;Budget;Energy and Natural Resources;Select on Indian Affairs

1989 Honoraria

$1,000 from National Hydropower Association, April 7

$400 from Brookings Institution, April 14

$1,000 from National Soybean Processors Association, April 27

$2,000 from Autranet, May 1

$1,000 from National Restaurant Association, May 30

$2,000 from Salomon Brothers, June 19

$1,000 from Washington Campus, July 11

$500 from Calcot Ltd., July 11

$1,000 from Sun Diamond Inc., July 12

$2,000 from American Society of Civil Engineers, Oct. 6

$1,000 from Pipeline Dinner Group, Oct. 17

$1,000 from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oct. 30

$400 from Brookings Institution, Nov. 6

$1,000 from American Hospital Association, Nov. 7

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, Nov. 15

$1,000 from General Mills Inc., Nov. 28

$2,000 from Pacific Enterprise, Dec. 11

$1,000 from General Mills Inc., Dec. 14

$1,000 from Land O'Lakes Inc., Dec. 19

$2,000 from Waste Management Inc., Dec. 20

$1,000 from Commonwealth Edison, Dec. 29

Total 1988 Honoraria ... $35,900

Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev.)

Appropriations;Environment and Public Works; Special Aging

1989 Honoraria

$1,000 from Suppliers of Advanced Composite Materials, May 16

$1,000 from Washington Communications Group, May 17

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, June 15

$2,000 from Association of Pakistani Physicians of North America, July 8

$1,500 from Chicago Board of Trade, July 10

$1,500 from Chicago Mercantile Exchange, July 18

$2,000 from Waste Management Inc., July 21

$2,000 from Heron, Burchette, Ruchert & Rothwell, Aug. 7

$2,000 from Haycock Distributing Co. Inc., Aug. 10

$2,000 from Circus Circus Enterprises Inc., Aug. 15

$2,000 from Binion's Horseshoe Hotel, Aug. 17

$2,000 from Motion Picture Association of America, Aug. 18

$2,000 from Rockwell Association, Aug. 23

$2,000 from Galatz, Earl, Catalano & Smith, Sept. 4

$1,000 from Nevada AFL-CIO, Sept. 11

$2,000 from Philip Morris Inc., Sept. 12

$2,000 from Hotel & Restaurant Employees International Union, Sept. 26

Total 1988 Honoraria ... None

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