Listed below are partial results of an ongoing survey of members of Congress conducted by The Washington Post. This survey is designed to report the receipt of honoraria by members of the House and Senate. Congressional rules require disclosure only once a year, in May.

The chart notes that some members have a policy of not accepting honoraria. Others refused to respond to questions about recent honoraria. The Federal Page will publish partial results of this survey from time to time, as members respond and space permits.

Senator............. 1990 Honoraria................Total 1989 Honoraria

Brock Adams

(D-Wash.)......As of Jan. 1, no longer accepts honoraria.....$10,250

William L. Armstrong

(R-Colo.)......Does not accept honoraria......................None

Lloyd Bentsen

(D-Tex.)......Does not accept honoraria.......................None

Jeff Bingaman

(D-N.M.)......Does not accept honoraria.......................None

Christopher S. Bond

(R-Mo.).......Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria.............$31,900

Rudy Boschwitz (R-Minn.).....................................$19,190

Agriculture, Nutrition

and Forestry; Budget;

Foreign Relations;

Small Business

committees

$1,000 from Sunkist Growers, Jan.5

$2,000 from Northrop Corp., Jan. 12

..............$2,000 from Carpet & Rug Institute, March 21

..............$250 from Minnesota State Cattleman, March 28

..............$2,000 from Harvest States Cooperative, April 4

..............$500 from National Cheese Institute, April 20

..............$2,000 from National Association of Development Companies, May 16

..............$1,500 from American Bakers Association, June 7

..............$2,000 from Computer Dealers & Lessors, June 8

..............$2,000 from National Home Furnishing Association, June 27

Senator Bill Bradley

(D-N.J.)......Does not accept honoraria........................None

John H. Chafee (R-R.I.)........................................$66,000

Environment and Public Works;

Finance.......$2,000 from Hewlett-Packard Co., Feb. 16

..............$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, Feb. 27

..............$2,000 from General Electric Co., March 1

..............$2,000 from Carpet & Rug Institute, March 18

..............$2,000 from American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, March 22

..............$2,000 from Association of Chemical Distributors, March 26

..............$1,000 from American Academy of Pediatrics, March 27

..............$2,000 from Ogden Martin Systems, April 5

..............$1,000 from Edison Electric Institute, May 10

..............$2,000 from Washington Discussion Group, June 18

..............$2,000 from Greenhouse '90, June 19

..............$1,000 from Chemical Specialities Manufacturers Association, June 27

..............$2,000 from General Electric Co., July 9

..............$2,000 from National Independent Energy Producers, July 24

..............$2,000 from Coca Cola Co., July 30

..............$1,500 from American Society of Landscape Architects, Aug. 4

..............$1,000 from National Marine Manufacturers Association, Sept. 11

Dan Coats (R-Ind.)..........Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria.$26,150

Alan Cranston (D-Calif.)....Does not accept honoraria...........None

John Glenn (D-Ohio).........Does not accept honoraria...........None

Bob Graham (D-Fla.).........Does not accept honoraria...........None

Mark O. Hatfield (R-Ore.)...Refused to dislcose 1990 honoraria..$25,750

Nancy Landon Kassebaum (R-Kan.)..Does not accept honoraria......$6,000

Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.).....Does not accept honoraria......None

Carl Levin (D-Mich.)........Does not accept honoraria...........None

Joseph I. Lieberman (D-Conn.)....Does not accept honoraria......None

Charles S. Robb (D-Va.).....Does not accept honoraria...........None

John D. Rockefeller IV (D-W.Va.).Does not accept honoraria......None

Terry Sanford (D-N.C.)......Does not accept honoraria...........None

John W. Warner (R-Va.)......Does not accept honoraria...........None

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to chatity. 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 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.