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

Dale Bumpers...........Refused to disclose................$36,475

(D-Ark.)...............1990 honoraria

Thad Cochran...........Refused to disclose................$36,600

(R-Miss.)..............1990 honoraria

Alfonse M. D'Amato.....Refused to disclose................$42,000

(R-N.Y.)...............1990 honoraria

John C. Danforth.......None..................... ..........$2,200

(R-Mo.)

Dennis DeConcini.......Does not accept honoraria.............None

(D-Ariz.)

Christopher J. Dodd....Does not accept honoraria..........$15,000

(D-Conn.)

Senator Alan J. Dixon

(D-Ill.).................... .............................$51,400

Serves on Armed Services;

Banking, Housing

and Urban Affairs;

Small Business committees

......................$500 From the Washington Caucus, Jan. 23

......................$2,000 From American Bankers Association,

......................Jan. 30

......................$1,000 from Harris Corp., Feb. 7

......................$2,000 from BellSouth Corp., Feb. 12

......................$1,000 from the Federal Forum, Feb. 28

......................$2,000 from Chicago Board of Trade/Futures

......................Industry Association, March 20

......................$2,000 from U.S. Tobacco Co., March 11

......................$1,000 from National Bankers Association,

......................March 20

......................$2,000 from Washington Discussion

......................Group, March 20

......................$2,000 from Jewish National Fund,

......................March 25

......................$2,000 from Electronic Industries

......................Association, March 28

......................$2,000 from Bank Capital Markets

......................Association, March 31

......................$1,000 from the Capital Forum, April 3

......................$2,000 from White House Legislative

......................Affairs Alumni Group, April 24

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

......................April 25

......................$2,000 from Amusement & Music Operators

......................Association, April 30

......................$1,800 from Continental Cablevision of

......................Illinois, May 14

......................$2,000 from Fluor Corp., May 30

......................$2,000 from Baxter Healthcare Corp.,

......................May 30

......................$2,000 from Whitman Corp., June 4

......................$2,000 from RJR Nabisco Inc., June 7

......................$150 from the New York Times, June 12

......................$1,000 from IMC Fertilizer Group Inc.,

......................July 6

Wendell H. Ford........Refused to disclose.................32,000

(D-Ky.)................1990 honoraria

Wyche Fowler Jr........Refused to disclose................$33,000

(D-Ga.)................1990 honoraria

Senator Albert Gore Jr.

(D-Tenn.)................ ................................$36,250

Armed Services;

Commerce, Science and

Transportation

Joint Printing;

Joint Economic;

Rules and Administration

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

......................Feb. 13

......................$2,000 from National Association of

......................Independent Insurers, March 2

......................$400 from Brookings Institution, March 23

......................$2,000 from Association of Legal

......................Administrators, March 30

......................$1,000 from Cray Research, April 18

......................$500 from Institute for Foreign Policy

......................Analysis, April 30

......................$2,000 from Computers & Business Equipment

......................Manufacturers Association, May 1

......................$150 from the New York Times, May 3

......................$150 from the New York Times, May 12

......................$500 from Scientific American magazine,

......................May 20

......................$2,000 from National Association of College

......................Stores, July 24

......................$2,000 from Orbital Sciences Corp., Aug. 2

......................$250 from the Los Angeles Times, Aug. 13

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

......................University, Aug. 13

......................$2,000 from the Walt Disney Co., Sept. 10

......................$1,000 from American Frozen Food Institute,

......................Sept. 25

Senator James M. Jeffords

(R-Vt.)................... ..............................$41,000

Environment and Public Works;

Labor and Human Resources;

Veterans' Affairs

......................$1,000 from National Council of

......................Agricultural Employers, Feb. 14

......................$2,000 from Labor Policy Association,

......................March 19

......................$2,000 from Monex International, April 2

......................$1,000 from National Association of

......................Manufacturers, April 5

......................$2,000 from Rubber Manufacturers

......................Association, April 18

......................$400 from Brookings Institution, May 16

......................$250 from Council of Scientific Society

......................Presidents, June 1

......................$1,500 from Association of American Railroads,

......................June 1

......................$1,500 from Association of Private Pension &

......................Welfare Plans, June 1

......................$500 from Independent Bakers Association,

......................June 20

......................$1,000 from National Association of

......................Remodeling Industry, July 6

......................$1,000 from Financial Executives Institute,

......................July 18

......................$1,000 from Tufts University, July 23

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. There is Note Na limit on the amount of honoraria that members of Congress are allowed o keep each year. Members of the Senate are allowed to retain up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.

Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. and Lucy Shackelford -- The Washington Post