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 Dan Coats (R-Ind.)

Armed Services;

Labor and Human Resources committees

1989 Honoraria)

$1,000 from National Restaurant Association, March 10

$2,000 from Proprietary Association, March 15

$2,000 from Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association, May 7

$1,000 from American Fiber Manufactuers Association, May 8

$1,000 from International Sanitary Supply Association, June 12

$1,000 from Gold and Leibengood Inc., June 15

$2,000 from Century 21 Real Estate Corp., July 1

$1,000 from Philip Morris Management Corp., July 5

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, July 10

$2,000 from Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrances Association, Sept. 15

$1,000 from Counselors for Management Inc., Oct. 23

$2,000 from Ford Motor Co., Nov. 27

$2,000 from Bethlehem Steel, Nov. 27

$4,000 from Richard Ford Associates Inc., Dec. 6

$1,000 from Chocolate Manufacturers Association, Dec. 8

$1,000 from National Confectioners Association, Dec. 8

$150 from Westover Consultants Inc., Dec. 26

..............................................Total 1988 Honoraria

.......................................................New Member*

Senator Thad Cochran (R-Miss.)

Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry;

Appropriations;

Select on Indian Affairs;

Labor and Human Resources

$1,000 from National Electric Contractors Association, Jan. 11

$1,000 from Hecht, Spencer and Oglesby Inc., Jan. 19

$1,000 from Capitol Associates, Jan. 25

$1,000 from Grocery Manufacturrs of America, Jan. 29

$1,000 from National Association of Secondary School Principals, Feb. 28

$1,000 from Philip Morris Management Corp., March 7

$1,000 from American Cast Metals Association, March 8

$2,000 from World Perspective Seminars, March 16

$2,000 from Labor Policy Association, March 23

$2,000 from American Society for Personnel Administration, April 5

$1,000 from American Medical Association, April 19

$2,000 from American Hotel and Motel Political Education Fund, April 19

$1,000 from National Council of Farmer Cooperatives, May 12

$2,000 from U.S. Sugar Cane Refiners Association, May 12

$500 from University of Mississippi Medical Center, June 14

$800 from Brookings Institution, June 14

$2,000 from Smokeless Tobacco Council Inc., June 14

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, July 11

$1,500 from National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corp., July 26

$2,000 from The Tobacco Institute, Sept. 7

$400 from Brookings Institution, Oct. 2

$400 from Brookings Institution, Oct. 20

$1,000 from National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Nov. 20

$1,000 from International Ice Cream Association, Dec. 6

$2,000 from BellSouth Corp., Dec. 8

$2,000 from Capital Legislative Services, Dec. 19

..............................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...........................................................$36,200

Senator Alfonse M. D'Amato (R-N.Y.)

Appropriations;

Banking, Housing

and Urban Affairs;

Select on

Intelligence

$2,000 from Financial Services Council, Jan. 4

$2,000 from National Association of Realtors, Jan. 10

$2,000 from National Security Traders Association, Jan. 12

$2,000 from Federal National Mortgage Association, Jan. 13

$2,000 from International Business Machines Corp., Jan. 18

$2,000 from Florida Association of Marine Industries, Jan. 23

$2,000 from Texaco Inc., Feb. 3

$2,000 from U.S. Cane Sugar Refiners Association, Feb. 6

$2,000 from American Council of Life Insurance, Feb. 13

$2,000 from Toy Manufacturrs of America Inc., Feb. 15

$2,000 from National Association of Home Builders, Feb. 16

$2,000 from James J. Butera, March 15

$2,000 from National Council of State Housing Agencies, March 16

$2,000 from American Public Transit Association, April 10

$2,000 from National Federation of Municipal Analysis, May 4

$2,000 from New York State Credit Union League Inc., May 19

$2,000 from Washington Discussion Group, June 9

$2,000 from American Institute of Marine Underwriters, June 13

$1,000 from Gas Distributors Exchange, Sept. 6

$2,000 from New York Medical Political Action Committee, Sept. 25

$2,000 from Cable Television Association of New York, Sept. 27

$1,000 from Harris Corp., Nov. 15

..............................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...........................................................$46,125

Senator Timothy E. Wirth (D-Colo.)

Armed Services;

Banking, Housing and

Urban Affairs;

Budget; Energy and

Natural Resources

$2,000 from Competitive Power Policy Forum, March 13

$100 from the Christian Science Monitor, March 23

$1,000 from Institute for East-West Security Studies, March 27

$200 from the Los Angeles Times, April 25

$100 from the Christian Science Monitor, May 11

$1,000 from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, May 18

$400 from Brookings Institution, May 30

$1,000 from Fusion Power Associates, June 21

$2,000 from The Research Board Inc., Oct. 3

$2,000 from Goldman, Sachs & Co., Oct. 30

$2,000 from Institute of International Bankers, Nov. 14

$2,000 from MCI Executives Forum, Nov. 21

$2,000 from United States Energy Association, Nov. 21

$2,000 from American Stock Exchange, Nov. 28

$2,000 from Viacom Inc., Dec. 4

..............................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...........................................................$42,000

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. *Dan Coats (R-Ind.), appointed Jan. 3, 1989, to the Senate seat vacated by Vice President-elect Dan Quayle, received total honoraria of $29,250 in 1988 while serving in the House of Representatives.

Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post