What are the tables PHO and LOC of OIM Schema?

In the schema documentation of OIM tables you have the following description for the tables PHO and LOC:
LOC - Holds information about locations
PHO - Holds all communication addresses for this contact -- e.g., contact telephone numbers,fax numbers, e-mail, etc.
When those have have some records? I haven't seen yet any form ou function where I can put some information like that.
I don't have any problem with them and it is just for curiosity. As I understand the OIM User Model, I thought those tables were part of OIM User Model, where:
Organization (field ACT_Key of USR table)
Location (I guess table LOC but it is always empty in my env). There is a field USR_LOCATION but it is not shown by default.
User Group (all groups a user is member are in the USG table)
User Defined Fields (all fields start with USR_UDF of USR table)
Manager (USR_MANAGER that is alwasys empty and USR_MANAGER_KEY that has the Key of User's Manager)
Organization (ACT_KEY of USR table)
Contact Information (I guess it is the table PHO)

They probably serve no purpose anymore but might have been used at some point during the life cycle of the product.

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