Inlet at the low point, outlet at the high point, top entry and exit. Only the lines will drain back, and they will be minimal length. By tapping the cases the lines go more or less straight up to and from the top tube.
If you could find a place to mount it, a remote spin-on oil filter adapter could be used in the same manner as long as the filter were vertical, with the fittings at the top.
At shutdown the return line and crankcase vent would prevent siphoning and the extra oil would remain in the "tank".
The Harley guys used to run remote spin-ons all the time, back in the day. I never understood why they ran them horizontally where they'd just overfill the crankcase on shutoff rather than serving as a reservoir.
If anyone sees a flaw in my logic, please feel free to blast away.