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 Mark O. Hatfield (R-Ore.)Appropriations;Energy and Natural Resources;Rules and Administration;Joint Library;Joint Printing committees 1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from Pepperdine University, Jan. 27

$2,000 from Orange County Representatives, April 5

$2,000 from Pacific Enterprises, April 21

$500 from Pinecrest School, April 25

$2,000 from National Restaurant Association, April 27

$2,000 from Cancer Research Association, May 26

$2,000 from Columbia, S.C.; Community Leaders, June 6

$1,000 from Kalamazoo College, June 22

$250 from The Washington Post, July 2

$2,000 from Renewable Energy Conference, July 7

$2,000 from Verner Liipfert Bernhard McPherson & Hand, July 14

$2,000 from Delta University, Sept. 12

$2,000 from College of American Pathologists, Oct. 4

$2,000 from Brown & Root Seminar, Nov. 11

$2,000 from Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc., Dec. 13

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

..........................................................$35,800

Senator James A. McClure (R-Idaho)Appropriations;Energy and Natural Resources;Rules and Administration

$1,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, Jan. 24

$2,000 from American Sugarbeet Growers Association, Feb. 2

$2,000 from Chemical Manufacturers Association, Feb. 7

$2,000 from National Independent Energy Producers, Feb. 10

$1,000 from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, March 17

$1,000 from Washington Campus, April 4

$2,000 from California Independent Petroleum Association, May 9

$2,000 from Western Forest Industries Association, May 16

$2,000 from Arthur Andersen & Co., May 16

$2,000 from American Nuclear Power Assembly, May 17

$2,000 from the Soap & Detergent Association, May 22

$2,000 from American Petroleum Institute, June 5

$1,000 from U.S. Global Strategy Council, June 23

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, July 31

$2,000 from American Sugar Alliance, Sept. 11

$2,000 from American Water Foundation, Sept. 13

$2,000 from American Mining Congress, Oct. 6

$1,000 from Information Resources, Oct. 6

$2,000 from Southern Electric International Inc., Oct. 25

$2,000 from Northwest Mining Association, Dec. 27

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

..........................................................$35,800 Senator Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) Energy and Natural Resources;Foreign Relations;Select on Indian Affairs; Select on Intelligence;Veterans Affairs

$1,000 from Public Securities Association Inc., Jan. 11

$2,000 from U.S.-China Economic Council, Jan. 30

$1,000 from Foss Maritime Co., Feb. 9

$2,000 from Crowley Maritime Corp., Feb. 10

$2,000 from Chevron USA Inc., Feb. 10

$2,000 from California Energy Co. Inc., Feb. 17

$100 from Christian Science Publishing Society, March 23

$150 from the New York Times, March 25

$1,000 from Conference of National Park Concessioners, March 31

$500 from Heritage Foundation, June 19

$400 from Brookings Institution, July 12

$2,000 from Heritage Foundation, Oct. 24

$2,000 from Northrop Corp., Nov. 3

$2,000 from Geneva Steel, Nov. 6

$1,000 from Pacific Seafood Processors Association, Nov. 10

$1,000 from St. John's University, Nov. 15

$2,000 from Greens Creek Mining Co., Nov. 24

$2,000 from Crystal Cruises, Nov. 27

$2,000 from Alaska Kai, Dec. 1

$2,000 from U.S. Borax Chemical Corp., Dec. 6

$1,000 from Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Dec. 6

$2,000 from Center for Constitutional Studies, Dec. 18

$2,000 from Fluor Daniel Inc., Dec. 27

$2,000 from Atlantic Richfield Co., Dec. 29

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

..........................................................$30,800

Richard C. Shelby (D-Ala.)Armed Services;Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs;Special on Aging $1,000 from Alabama Bankers Association, May 8

$1,000 from Lamar Corp., July 12

$1,000 from Patrick Media Group Inc., July 12

$1,500 from Chicago Board of Trade, July 17

$1,500 from Chicago Mercantile Exchange, July 17

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, July 18

$1,000 from American Insurance Association Inc., July 31

$2,000 from Marquardt Co., Aug. 8

$2,000 from Rockwell International, Aug. 14

$2,000 from Household International, Sept. 11

$1,000 from Philip Morris Inc., Sept. 11

$2,000 from Chicago Board of Options Exchange, Oct. 10

$2,000 from AT&T Co., Oct. 30

$2,000 from Securities Industry Association, Nov. 1

$2,000 from Cigar Association of America, Nov. 11

$2,000 from the Washington Discussion Group, Nov. 20

$2,000 from American Sugar Cane League of the USA Inc., Nov. 27

$2,000 from Chicago Research & Trading Group Ltd., Nov. 30

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

$1,000 from American Council of Life Insurance, Dec. 12

$2,000 from the Equitable, Dec. 30

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

..........................................................$25,500

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. Senators may retain up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria. Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post