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 Congress. 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.

Total 1989

Senator.............1990 Honoraria..........................Honoraria

Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D-Del.)Serves on $35,548

Foreign Relations, Judiciary committees

.........................$2,000 from Notre Dame University

.........................$2,000 from Northwestern University

.........................$2,000 from Women's Democratic Forum of St. Louis

.........................$2,000 from Amherst College

.........................$2,000 from University of Michigan

.........................$2,000 from University of Pennsylvania

.........................$2,000 from University of South Carolina

.........................$150 from the New York Times

.........................$150 from the Los Angeles Times

.........................$2,000 from Hamilton College

.........................$200 from Thurmond Institute of Clemson University

.........................$2,000 from Mount St. Mary's College

.........................$2,000 from Clemson University

.........................$2,000 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania

David L. Boren $53,650

(D-Okla.)Agriculture,

Nutrition, and Forestry;

Finance;Select on Intelligence;

Small Business

..........................$150 from the New York Times, Jan. 13

..........................$2,000 from Camp, Barsh, Bates & Tate, Jan. 16

..........................$2,000 from National Association of Homebuilders, Jan. 17

..........................$2,000 from Related Capital Corp., Jan. 25

..........................$2,000 from Association of High Medicare Hospitals, Jan. 30

..........................$1,000 from National Association of Postmasters of the U.S., Feb. 21

..........................$1,500 from Equal Employment Advisory Council, Feb. 22

..........................$1,000 from American Paper Institute, Feb. 22

..........................$2,000 from Gold & Liebengood, March 1

..........................$2,000 from R. Duffy Wall & Associates, March 1

..........................$2,000 from Westinghouse Electric Corp., March 5

..........................$2,000 from USX Corp., March 5

..........................$1,000 from the Heritage Foundation, March 7

..........................$1,000 from American Electronics Association, March 7

..........................$2,000 from Carpet & Rug Institute, March 8

..........................$2,000 from A.B. Laffer & Associates, March 19

..........................$2,000 from National Association of Convenience Stores, March 19

..........................$2,000 from National Automobile Dealers Association, March 20

..........................$2,000 from Washington Focus, May 17

..........................$2,000 from American Society of Association Executives, May 23

..........................$1,000 from Washington Breakfast Seminar, June 12

..........................$2,000 from National Grocers Association, June 21

..........................$150 from the New York Times, June 23

..........................$300 from International Business Magazine, Aug. 2

William S. Cohen $20,900

(R-Maine) Armed Services;

Governmental Affairs;

Select on Intelligence;

Special on Aging

..........................$1,000 from Shipbuilders Council of America, Feb. 21

..........................$400 from Brookings Institution, Feb. 27

..........................$400 from Brookings Institution, March 6

.........................$300 from Congressional Quarterly, March 7

.........................$400 from Brookings Institution, April 3

.........................$250 from The Washington Post, April 9

..........................$400 from Brookings Institution, April 24

..........................$1,000 from Institute for Foreign PolicyAnalysis, May 2

...........................$500 from Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, June 6

..........................$400 from Brookings Institution, June 20

..........................$1,000 from Washington Strategy Seminar, June 22

Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) $31,600

.........................Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

J. James Exon (D-Neb.) $5,500

.........................Does not accept honoraria

Jake Garn (R-Utah) $37,000

.........................Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) $6,800

.........................Does not accept honoraria

Howell T. Heflin (D-Ala.) $35,300

.........................Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

John Heinz (R-Pa.) $3,050

Banking, Housing and

Urban Affairs; Finance;

Governmental Affairs;

Special on Aging

..........................$2,000 from Health Management Quarterly

NOTE: Dates were not available for some honoraria. 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 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.