There is no official comprehensive list of skill uses
…And even compiling a list for personal use is made more challenging by the D&D 3.5 design goal of having each book stand on its own, referencing only the absolute minimum beyond the core rules. (This a dramatic overreaction to AD&D2E wherein one product often referenced another product and product glut led to unhappy fans.)
This means that in addition to spreading out the information across many different books, sometimes one book's way of doing something contradicts another book's way of doing something. Further, adventures in particular sometimes contain very specific skill uses, making skill uses all the more tedious to compile, and leading one to wonder if such minutia is even worth compiling. (Did you know that you can notice a spyhole from more than 5 ft. away with a successful Spot check (DC 40) but can notice the same spyhole if within 5 ft. with only a successful Spot check (DC 20)? Go ahead and check page 58 of Anauroch: The Empire of Shade for more!)
In a perfect world, such a master list would've been available on the Wizards of the Coast Web site—complete with page numbers and everything—so as to encourage folks to get all the books so they could see what their characters could do with all those numbers on their sheets. But it was not to be.