Karl - when you post here, and, indeed, when you answer here, you have hints at the top of the page, informing you as to what methods you should use to ensure a high probability of your suggestion being accepted.
the mere presence in a text, regardless as to how 'official' that text is, is not grounds enough to support such an entry, especially when the text itself is quoted, without saying what text it is, and where it can be found.
to get back to your suggestion:
reside - you can ignore the 'against' here - has the meaning 'exist':
1. To live in a place permanently or for an extended period. 2. To be inherently present; existhttp://www.bartleby.com/61/48/R0174800.html
now, whether this is a suitable or correct word to be used in the context mentioned by you is questionable, but the fact remains that 'reside' or 'reside against' do *not* inherently contain the same spectrum of meaning suggested by 'anlegen an', and, therefore, do not justify inclusion in a dictionary.