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

Quentin N. Burdick (D-N.D.)..None

Total 1989 Honoraria.................$2,000

Robert W. Kasten Jr. (R-Wis.)

Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria ...............$38,300

Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.)

Does not accept honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria...................None

Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.)

Does not accept honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria...................None

Howard M. Metzenbaum(D-Ohio)

Does not accept honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria...................None

Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.)

Serves on Appropriations;Labor and Human Resources; Small Business committees

$1,000 from National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, Feb. 1

$1,000 from Association of Community College Trustees, Feb. 27

$1,500 from Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, April 25

$2,000 from Winburn, Vanscoyoc & Hooper, June 5

$2,000 from American Sugar Alliance, June 27

$1,000 from Shipbuilders Council of America, July 11

$2,000 from American Waterways Operators, Aug. 8

$1,500 from Washington G-2 Reports, Oct. 4

Total 1989 Honoraria................$15,250

Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska)

Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria.................$35,150

Sam Nunn (D-Ga.)

Refused to disclose 1990 honoraria

Total 1989 Honoraria.................$44,125

Bob Packwood (R-Ore.)

Commerce, Science and Transportation; Finance; Joint Taxation

$2,000 from Coleman-Bartlett Washington Focus, Jan. 31 $54,400

$2,000 from Associated Equipment Distributors Political Education Fund, Feb. 13

$2,000 from General Electric Co., Feb. 28

$2,000 from Lyons, Goodman, Iacono, Smith & Berkow, March 12

$1,000 from National Venture Capital Association, March 22

$2,000 from Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, March 30

$2,000 from National Conference on Public Employee Retirement

Systems, April 19

$2,000 from U.S. Telephone Association, April 23

$2,000 from National Beer Wholesalers Association PAC, May 8

$2,000 from National Venture Capital Association, May 9

$1,000 from Arnold & Porter, May 22

$1,000 from Casualty & Property Inc., May 22

$2,000 from Coalition Against Regressive Taxation, May 22

$2,000 from American Supply Association, May 31

$2,000 from the Beer Institute, June 18

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

$2,000 from Safeguard American's Family Enterprise/Andrews

Associates, July 18

$2,000 from American Centurion, July 23

$2,000 from Development Corporation for Israel, Aug. 1

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, Aug. 21

$2,000 from American Health Care Association, Aug. 29

$2,000 from Building and Construction Trades Department/AFL-CIO, Sept. 19

Total 1989 Honoraria........................$54,400

Paul S. Sarbanes (D-Md.)

Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Foreign Relations; Joint Economic

$400 from Brookings Institution, Feb. 4

$400 from Brookings Institution, March 6

$1,000 from Rutgers University, March 6

$400 from Brookings Institution, March 10

$2,000 from National Conference of Editorial Writers, March 25

$400 from Brookings Institution, April 9

$400 from Brookings Institution, April 11

$2,000 from Education Conference of Health, Welfare and

Pension Plans, April 13

$400 from Brookings Institution, May 10

$400 from Brookings Institution, May 17

$400 from Brookings Institution, May 24

$400 from Brookings Institution, June 4

$500 from Brookings Institution, June 6

$400 from Brookings Institution, June 20

$500 from Brookings Institution, June 26

$400 from Brookings Institution, July 10

$400 from Brookings Institution, July 18

$500 from Interfaith Hunger Appeal, July 20

$400 from Brookings Institution, Sept. 24

Total 1989 Honoraria........................$20,450

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 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.

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