There are no (open-source) licenses that meet your requirements and I am not sure if it is possible to write a license for them at all.
The inclusion of the license in distributing the JS library, even to the browser of end-users, is not an issue. That is actually a requirement of all open-source licenses (even if developers don't always follow that requirement).
The ban on minifying is not present in any open-source license. The best you can get with an off-the-shelf license is a requirement to tell where the source code can be obtained. You could (get a lawyer to) draft a license with such a restriction, but the chances are high that the license and thereby your library would not be accepted by the open source community.