There's a Void in what you seek.
I scoured not only the SRD but my physical copies of my D&D material. (PHB and PHB II, Completes) and even some Quintessence stuff that I had (Not quite 3.5, but worth a shot). Nada.
Sure, it is possible to have this somewhere in the middle of a Dragon, but I think that this is unlikely.
I found this however, on the SRD:
A divine spellcaster also can research a spell independently, much as an arcane
spellcaster can. Only the creator of such a spell can prepare and cast it, unless he
decides to share it with others.
So... I THINK there are some issues with such a thing like "knowing a domain spell list". I will speculate below. If it don't interest you, feel free to ignore it.
The following is some thought on the game desing. Ignore it if it don't interest you.
Things like "Spell Lists" and "Classes" are meta. We never saw nothing that seemed like "Know which spells are avaliable on which spell list", mostly because this would require you to know the "Class" of someone, and that is a concept that don't really exists in-game.
A "cleric", as a role, have a completly different sense than a "cleric" as a class. He could have cast that spell as a Sorcerer. Or as a Wizard. Or even as a Bard. You can't really tell what is the "class" of someone, because no-one identify themselves as having a "class".
A Cleric 1 / Sorcerer 19 is still a cleric. Heck, even your Favored Soul 1/ Wiz 5, while being really unoptimized, is still a "cleric", not on class but in in-game role. At the same time, seeing someone using Flame Strike don't automatically gives you the rest of the spell list - Rainbow Servant send you a "Hi".
That's why I don't think it will be something like "DC 25 - Know which spells are on the spell list of a given domain".
Alas, Spellcraft let you know what this spell does if you see it being cast. Seing a spell being cast means seing components (verbal, somathic, etc) and all the "mumbo jumbo" that goes with the spell. You don't really knows the name of the spell, but you understand what it can do by seeing that those gestures that the wizard is doing probably have something to do with fire exploding. He may even don't know that the name of the Spell is Fireball. Heck, spellcraft even let you identify spells that are caster-exclusive. If my wizard creates a new spell that was never show to anyone, every foe can still roll a Spellcraft check to identify it. How did they knew that I created "Malachias' Unstoppable Diarrhea"? They don't, but looking at the spell components, they can estimate what it should do. It is like a Mathematician looking at a formula on a chalkboard - he may not know exactly what the formula is called, but he can figure what it is trying to do.