There is a very high C harmonic on the D string (it's the b7), but it isn't easy to play and will sound out of tune to most people.
I'm not sure I understand the question. You learn the note names of the harmonics, then you know what the notes are, and you play them if they fit. For example, if you are playing in the key of C, don't play any harmonics that have sharps or flats next to the note names.
Or are you saying, this is for a student/friend of yours who doesn't know their note names, doesn't care to learn, and only understands TAB?
There definitely are plenty of songs, books, videos, etc. that demonstrate various chords using harmonics. The "rosetta stone" of course is Jaco's "Portrait of Tracy."