Prosecutor Brenda Morris, toward the end of her cross-examination of the senator yesterday, settled in for a long discussion about the chair, which Alaska restaurateur Bob Persons bought for Stevens as a gift seven years ago — but which Stevens never reported on his Senate disclosure forms. "And the chair is still at your house?" Morris asked. "Yes," Stevens conceded. ad_icon "How is that not a gift?" "He bought that chair as a gift, but I refused it as a gift," Stevens explained. "He put it there and said it was my chair. I told him I would not accept it as a gift." "Where is that chair now?" "In our house," Stevens repeated. "We have lots of things in our house that don't belong to us, ma'am."